ABLE Project brings self-policing element to Pitt law enforcement
Georgetown Law-based program trains in effective peer intervention.
Mothers Leading Science helping researchers focus careers
The first Pitt cohort of the Minnesota-developed program involves 9 female faculty members.
Some first-year Pitt students will be housed at Carlow
Enrollment is down from last year, but still up considerably from pre-pandemic.
Staff Council working on employee retention with HR; praises third personal day
Second spotlight on compensation modernization will address previous questions.
Engineering programs tackling crucial infrastructure issues
PennDOT veteran leading efforts to expand Pitt’s role in this vital area.
Staff, faculty volunteers needed for student move-in week
Welcome Week activities and schedule to be announced soon.
OPINION: Gallagher and Fitzgerald support density and dynamism for Oakland
Leaders cite three “transformative” projects — Oakland Crossings, Bates Street widening and BRT — in Post-Gazette article.
Quality Inn site plan detailed at development meeting
Retail space and parklet part of project in addition to grocery store and apartments.
Cynthia Golden reflects on her time at Teaching Center
Former associate provost credits her team with helping expand services.