Cudd says work also moving ahead on new budget model with final details being ironed out.
For now, the University Senate is remaining neutral on the faculty vote.
Expanding scholar communities and creating a student council among her goals.
Carnegie and Lawrenceville locations will each accept up to 20 pre-school children.
LRDC demolition should be completed by October; Bradford and Greensburg projects underway.
Each has its benefits and challenges; most seem to be leaning toward virtual for now.
Some events are already planned including sessions on funding opportunities.
Smaller campuses and less public foot traffic cited at Greensburg, Bradford and Titusville.
Construction projects are keeping both regional campuses busy.
Why do we have a strategic plan? And now that we have one — what happens?
The Say Her Name memorial gown and Black Built Pitt events also planned this fall.
Luke Swank told his students that they “must take things as they find them.”
Student-run Saxbys coffee stands set to open in early September in Cathedral and Hillman.
Recognition given for engagement, equity efforts, student impact and more.
The key is flexibility as many people return to campus part-time.
Pitt lost a senior vice chancellor and regional president and gained two new deans.