Position statement affirms shared governance's role in shaping University policy
Senate officers, faculty union leaders set to discuss differences on Dec. 5.
A year in, HR’s Gallaher focused on strategic goals
Compensation modernization, employee retention and getting the basics right are key goals.
New to Pitt: Classics’ Beeler focuses on Greece and archaeology
Next year she’ll take a group of Pitt students to an excavation of ancient Corinth.
Faculty still struggling with how to handle student absences
Committee discusses requests for recorded classes and provost’s memo.
Grant sparks digital treatment of Mirskey silent-movie music collection
Music department’s Jim Cassaro jazzed about renewed interest in rare Finney Library holdings.
Nationality Rooms open again for in-person Holiday Open House
The free Dec. 4 event will feature traditional crafts and cultural demonstrations.
Chancellor job posting stresses ‘respect for shared governance’
Pitt’s history of leaders leans heavily toward academics vs. outsiders.
Greensburg’s Gregerson was finalist in Fla. presidential search
Florida Gulf Coast University restarts process after all three candidates drop out.
Have a benefits question? New column is here to help.
Senate committee ready to tackle even the toughest conundrums.