The biggest misperception is that the multi-year project will mean raises for everyone.
Revenue from development at Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar, will create endowment here.
Michelle Amato joins office; Ellen Moran leaving as VC for communications and marketing.
As Oakland Plan and Walnut Capital project advance, residents split on several issues.
Promoted to sergeant, Jessica Urban enjoys work with Special Olympics events.
Swipe stations have gone away; policy could change if COVID risks increase.
Jill Sarada brings 27 years of experience at Pitt’s K-8 school to role.
Administration “backs off” from Falk School exclusion, says it is negotiating “in good faith.”
Vasudevan happy to come back to city and to a school with ‘a clear vision for social justice.’
Pitt projects approved by committee expected to create more than 2,000 construction jobs.
In Oakland, Forbes and Fifth will have bus-only lanes and updated transit stations.
All-virtual July 25-28 event features speakers, forums free to Pitt community and beyond.
The University’s first Black provost, who served from 1989-93, died in June at 91.
The School of Medicine’s highest honor goes to American biomedical researchers.
He had been serving in the role since last summer and has been at regionals since 1995.
DeJesus and Sarode receive Frisch Staff Professional Development prizes.