Family House space at University Club will be converted to student housing.
This group will represent the union in negotiations with Pitt administration.
COVID-19 office’s Williams says Pitt should be “at a really good place this fall.”
Six fellows will work with community organizations to raise awareness of health inequities.
Office of Engagement working on tools to help employees connect with nonprofits.
Late board chair Richards honored at meeting; new chief investment officer approved with $700,000 salary.
Educational Policies also tackling Lauren’s Promise, transfer credits and anti-Black racism course.
Hundreds participated in international ‘strike’ against war in 1936.
More than 11,000 people donated, including Pitt and L.A Rams star Aaron Donald.
Members also vote to change name of PUP committee to incorporate public safety.
The living website will help keep the University on track and accountable to community.
Nondiscrimination policy still making its way through revision process, co-chair says.
Chancellor Gallagher says his goal is to break into the top 100.
Several funded projects are already supporting priorities in the strategic plan.