Gabel will be paid $950,000 annually, significantly higher than Gallagher
Board says executive salaries, as well as faculty and staff pay, have fallen behind AAU peers.
Excitement greets introduction of Pitt’s new leader
Gallagher, who met Gabel through AAU, says “Joan is even better than advertised.”
Harrisburg hearings focus on college costs, retaining grads and more
Gallagher, other university leaders make annual appearances before House, Senate committees.
Linguistics chair ‘pleasantly surprised’ with one-year reprieve for ELI program
Kiesling hopeful cost restructuring, enrollment spike could restore Intensive English Program full-time.
Campus speaker events spark protest rallies, spirited debate
Swimmer Riley Gaines shares experiences competing against transgender woman Lia Thomas.
Chancellor, Senate president share concerns about controversial speakers
Kear gives update on new committee to facilitate Senate-union communication.
Dietrich dean finalists come from Pitt, Connecticut, Syracuse and VCU
The four candidates presented their visions in forums with faculty, staff and students.
Afghanistan Project scholars ‘great asset to the University’
A year into program, expatriates like Khalid Ramizy continue to work on issues at home.
Active shooter hoaxes in Oakland put Pitt community on edge
ENS alerts and loudspeakers in the Cathedral announced a short campus lockdown.
Survey of unit-level planning committees gets more responses
Comments still indicate many felt they didn’t have any impact on the budget process.
Pharmacology professor advises women in academia on finding balance
When starting out, saving money sometimes less important than finding best way to survive.
Staff Council president confirms Pitt Day at Kennywood is back
Rodzwicz uses Senate Council time to thank Cudd and support LGBTQIA-plus community.
Policy change will enhance IT security for private network needs
Revised language on special configurations will go back to Faculty Assembly.
Research committee addresses need to evaluate, update Pitt policies
Implementing security for federally funded investigators a “complicated” process.
Pitt retirement funds seeing little impact from bank turmoil, advisers say
CAPTRUST officials say diversity in these funds protects investors over the long haul.
Property Watch: City plans to challenge tax-exempt status of OC Lot
Council moves ahead to get funding for full Charles Anderson Bridge rehabilitation.
Grant would fund open online short course development
Senate's Kear said she's asked Educational Policies committee to look into this new proposal.
Pitt in the making: Eugenics professor made a name for himself in early 1900s
The dangerous philosophy was behind Nazi sterilization laws and early U.S. immigration restrictions.