Pitt alum David Frederick makes unique gift to benefit Honors College
Revenue from development at Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar, will create endowment here.
Pitt appropriation passes Senate, awaits House action
The current bill keeps funding at the same level it’s been since 2019.
Building access restrictions will end July 1
Swipe stations going away; policy could change if COVID risks increase.
Assad led Pitt Business to its highest rankings ever
The outgoing dean praises faculty and staff teamwork in accomplishing goals.
Wellness fee increases anticipate recreation center completion
Oakland campus students to pay $50 more in ‘22 and another $50 in ’23.
Event celebrates beginning of UPMC hospital construction
Leaders tout lifestyle-friendly features of planned 17-story facility on Fifth Avenue.
Charity started by SHRS professor helps other families adopt
The Wert family wanted to pay forward a gift that helped them bring their son home.
Money approved for enabling work at new arena site
The $15 million will go toward excavating area next to Petersen Events Center.
Pitt in the making: Modern Pitt’s first year, 1927, was full of news
Women’s ‘senior court’ system; scientific achievements and a shot at the movies.
Pitt’s green stormwater projects get a moment to shine
Tour shows off rain gardens and revamped lawns and plazas to design professionals and others.
Development program encourages circular economies
This approach helps keep more materials from ending up as waste.
Pharmacy and therapeutics department chair named as dean
Amy Lynn Seybert succeeds Patricia Kroboth, who is retiring after two decades.
Mask policy allows flexibility as community levels change
Right now, face coverings are optional, but CMRO urges use in large crowds.
Public Safety and Environmental Health resume in-person training
Departments can request the four-hour active killer training program.