Office of the Provost

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Internal Funding Fuels Faculty, Staff to Forge New Paths

Sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor for Research, the inaugural Fueling Our Future showcase spotlighted faculty and staff projects that received internal funding over the past year.

Provost Office Hour on March 4

Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann E. Cudd invites faculty, staff and students to share suggestions and feedback at her office hour on March 4.
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New Conflicts Disclosure System Streamlines, Integrates Required Disclosures

Recent changes to Pitt’s conflicts disclosure policy are now incorporated into an online reporting system, to be launched in March on a pilot basis. MyDisclosures offers important benefits, making compliance more convenient and integrated. University officials anticipate that some faculty and staff who have not previously completed disclosures may need to do so.
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Connection, Collaboration and Discovery Fuel the Future of Research and Innovation

The inaugural internal funding showcase will provide an opportunity for researchers and innovators at Pitt to connect with colleagues whose internally funded projects are driving change at all levels across the University.

One More Week for Open Education Resource Grant Proposals

The Office of the Provost is funding faculty ideas for adapting, adopting and creating open education resources for existing courses. There is one more week to submit proposals.
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Vice Provost Laurie Kirsch Announces Plans to Step Down

Laurie J. Kirsch has announced plans to step down from her role as vice provost for faculty affairs, development and diversity effective June 30. She's led efforts promoting diverse and inclusive development and recognition among Pitt faculty.
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Public Art Makes Campus More Vibrant

A new Art on Campus initiative will serve to enrich information about current artworks on the Pittsburgh campus, as well as recommend locations for installations of new acquisitions and donations.

Provost's Office Hour on Feb. 11

Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann E. Cudd invites faculty, staff and students to share suggestions and feedback at her office hour on Feb. 11.

Initiative Advances Public Art on Campus

Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor Ann E. Cudd and Senior Vice Chancellor for Business and Operations Greg Scott have...
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Public Art on Campus Gets A Closer Look

A new steering committee is being formed to take a closer look at public art on the Pittsburgh campus and to discuss what pieces might be added in the future.