Trustees' committee votes to keep endowment distribution percentage the same
The amount per share being released to the operating budget will rise 12.1 percent, Sastry says.
Doug Browning nominated as next Trustees chair
The 1971 Pitt grad will need to be approved by the full board later this month.
Paid parental leave policy deemed a success after five years
More than 600 moms and dads have used the benefit, which offers up to four weeks off.
Blee to step down in 2023 as Dietrich School dean
She is the fourth Pitt dean since last fall to announce a departure.
TAFC seeks addition of ‘academic freedom’ in Pitt’s mission statement
Committee and guests debate concept’s website visibility and faculty eligibility.
New to Pitt: University holds surprises for returning city native
Leland Clark adapting to large campus and pursuing doctorate while working at SHRS.
Annual reports on faculty and staff salaries released
University Library System employees ranked as lowest paid in all categories.
Longtime employees honored at in-person ceremony
Anniversaries recognized for those hitting milestones from January 2021 to June 2022.
Oakland motorists: Prepare for lane closures on Parkway East, Bates Street
Bridge and lane-lengthening work will start June 10 and is set to conclude June 25.
Activist asks ‘How far have we come?’; ‘Where do we go next?’
CNN analyst Bakari Sellers talks history and moving forward in “Our Voice, Our Vote” talk.
After three-year renovation, Salk Hall ready to shine
The 80-year-old historic landmark had extensive work done both inside and outside.
Staff and faculty picnic draws more than 3,000
It is the first in-person gathering since before the pandemic.