Campus News

students walking through the new quad
The new academic year brings the reveal of renovations at Hillman Library, updated computer labs and study areas, and new green spaces for gathering, among dozens of other projects.
Hari Sastry headshot in front of American flag
Hari Sastry, currently director of the U.S. Department of State’s Office of U.S. Foreign Assistance Resources, will be nominated to the post during the full University of Pittsburgh Board of Trustees’ September meeting.
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From an interdisciplinary series about water issues in Central Asia to new minors for less commonly taught languages, there’s lots to explore this year in academics at Pitt.
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For new students, faculty and staff members, getting acclimated to campus life can be challenging. Here’s a guide to help.
The new calendar, developed by the Office of University Communications, hosts information about events across participating Pitt campuses, centers and departments.
Panther Grille food truck details showing its logo
New food options, locations and services bring more choice to the campus community, aiming to make sustainability synonymous with Pitt dining.
Young woman with blonde hair wearing Pitt Arrival Survival T-shirt and sunglasses
Arrival Survival, the annual move-in event for Pitt students starts Monday, Aug. 20, on the Pittsburgh campus and runs through the end of the week. The essential information and helpful links to more details are collected here for students and their families.
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The fourth president of the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg has announced her retirement, effective in 2019, after more than a decade of influential leadership.
Ann E. Cudd, dean of the College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Boston University, was named Pitt’s provost and senior vice chancellor at the Board of Trustees meeting on June 29.
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The University of Pittsburgh Board of Trustees approved the hiring of a chief investment officer and a treasurer for the University during its June 29 meeting. It also elected five new members.