Faculty union, administration reach agreement on COVID safety measures
Senate president and others say they wish shared governance also had been involved in talks.
Christine Kasper named dean of Pitt nursing school
New Mexico College of Nursing dean to replace Jacqueline Dunbar-Jacob in January
Cudd optimistic on dean transitions, campus well-being, new budget model
Provost seeks data science specialist and expansion of graduate studies office.
Staff Council president stepping down, taking job on Greensburg campus
Coldren says the time was right for her to move closer to home.
Blum, Shekhar named to lead search committee for new chancellor
Faculty to elect five members in September to serve on search team.
Reimagined Pitt vaccine center poised to address multiple health issues
CDC adjusts quarantine and testing guidelines; masking linked to community levels.
University working with health department to protect against monkeypox threat
Testing, vaccines and isolation housing available for those infected.
Campus rec center just one of several construction projects this fall
Groundbreaking for state-of-the-art O’Hara Street facility will be marked with a celebration on Sept. 29.
Staff Council still virtual; Senate and Faculty Assembly will be hybrid
Kear is hoping more people come in person; committees will each choose their format.
David Brown brings D.C. experience to government relations role
New government relations leader wants to raise the visibility of his office on and off campus.
Center for Creativity adds the Understory to its repertoire
The room in the Cathedral basement has performance space, podcast and practice rooms, project tables and more.
Pitt Eats features new menu items, payment and sustainability options
Pierogi, Melt Lab, Pitt CA$H and customized hydration among latest developments.
Pitt Mobility welcomes fall with bike events, new racks, POGOH stations
Festival on Sept. 12 launches Bike to Campus Week; classes offered on city cycling.
In-state students will split extra $7.57 million from the state
The money from the American Rescue Plan Act came after the Pa. budget was passed.
Library system gets $1 million to support August Wilson archive
The Hillman Foundation grant will go toward opening the playwright’s work to the public.
ICYMI: News from over the summer at Pitt
Budget battles; Honors College naming; new Trustees chair; and pay raises.