University plans to start enforcement measures next week, as return rate for weekly tests lags.
D.C. law firm will present its findings to University leadership.
Students and instructors must seek an official accommodation to remain remote.
New president vows Senate will stay neutral on faculty unionization vote.
Kinloch said equity and justice at the center of planning for the new courses.
Departing faculty leave leadership gap that Dean Kinloch says they’re working to fill.
Anyone who supervises employees at Pitt will be required to take the online program.
Csoman says important themes run across cultures and decades.
National group’s ‘”primary concerns include the protection of academic freedom and faculty governance.”
GSPIA’s Ilia Murtazashvili says, “Administration has done well, without a union, to deliver for us.”
Alcohol will now be sold at Fitzgerald Field House and Petersen Sports Complex.
The gift will help fund significant capital improvements and an endowment.
University of Kentucky president leads the list with $1.77 million in compensation.
Black Lives in Focus initiative debuts with public art exhibit on Cathedral lawn.
After hiring slow down last year, schools added faculty throughout 2020.
Commencement for class of 2020 delayed again as plans evolve due to the pandemic.
Upcoming issues include “Conflict of Outside Activities” policy and tenure standards.
Carnegie and Lawrenceville locations will each accept up to 20 pre-school children.
Pitt Public Health scientists say influenza immunity waning after low numbers last year.
Center for Creativity helping groups make transformations to promote green spaces.