Cudd leaving Pitt this summer for Portland State presidency
Search for new provost could be complicated by transition in chancellor’s office.
Free access to Bellefield, Trees rec spaces will continue
Concerns were raised because faculty and staff will likely face fees at new wellness center.
Bylaws committee votes against part-time faculty as Senate officers
Panel still considering possible other scenarios that would give part-timers access to these jobs.
Health Connection Hub expands options for vaccines, screenings
Shingles, tetanus shots and pre-travel health consultations among new services.
Counseling Center offers Mental Health Champion training for faculty, staff
Three-part virtual seminar shares approaches, resources to benefit student well-being.
Chancellor touts Pitt’s accomplishments at trustees’ meeting
Applications for fall set another new record; athletics in a “new golden era.”
Heartfelt stories captured on video form core of CUPID inclusivity course
Health Sciences team creates interactive, online, community-fostering experience.
Senate president shares updates on union communications, policy changes
Chancellor recognizes earthquake victims, encourages support of Pitt in budget season.
New to Pitt: GSPIA professor helps connect students to policy process
Brooke Shannon has long been active in local economic, health and race concerns.
Property watch: City Council approves Oakland Plan zoning changes
Walnut Capital delays work at Quality Inn site because of rising costs, labor shortage.
Share your Heinz Chapel love story to mark its 85th anniversary
A group vow renewal and other activities will mark the dedication date in December.
University shines in several research funding rankings
The biggest growth in Pitt’s NIH numbers were in larger, team-oriented projects.
Board committee OKs Heinz Chapel spire restoration for $11.5M
New 7-T MRI suite at UPMC Presbyterian and lease for SHRS at SouthSide Works also approved.
Changing some policies to guidelines raises concerns
Senate committee also hears about possible future ruling on race-based admissions.
Pitt Day of Giving raised just over $2.4 million
The donations came from 9,450 Pitt supporters and nearly 1,000 gave to regionals.
Longtime Environmental Health leader Jay Frerotte retires
He led the department since 2002 and helped write the University’s pandemic plan.
New Katz professor left Michigan State under controversy
Pitt says Office of Compliance is “reviewing this hiring process.”