The Plan for Pitt: Build Foundational Strength

Michele Cruse Named Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs at Pitt-Bradford

Catherine Koverola, president of Pitt’s Bradford and Titusville campuses, has named Michele Cruse vice president and dean...

Benefits Open Enrollment Continues Through May 29

There’s one open enrollment period—May 11-29—for all eligible University members for the 2020-21 plan year.

OHR Recognized Nationally for COVID-19 Resources for Supervisors

The Office of Human Resources (OHR) has been nationally recognized for its guidance in helping supervisors during the...
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Remote Work: When to Use and When to Not Use PittNet VPN

Pitt Information Technology has guidance to help staff, faculty and students know when connecting to PittNet VPN—widely known as Pulse Secure—is necessary for their work and when it’s more efficient to skip the service.
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LinkedIn Learning Resources for Adjusting to Working from Home

“Remote working” searches on LinkedIn Learning have tripled, as both employees and managers look for advice on how to navigate the challenges of working remotely and managing a remote workforce. Pitt employees have access to free online courses that can help in this transition.
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Teaching Center Expands Instructional Continuity Resources

Moving materials online, conducting live and recorded lectures, facilitating discussion from a distance and academic integrity and cheating are among the topics covered during a comprehensive schedule of remote office hours and virtual workshops that began March 15.
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Record Number of Gifts Made for Pitt Day of Giving

The University community came out in force to join in the Pitt Day of Giving: 7,630 individuals made gifts, more than in any previous year.
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Faculty, Staff Commitments Contribute to Carbon Reductions

The University is aiming for a new goal: becoming carbon neutral by 2037. Here are ways employees can contribute to this initiative while at work and reduce their carbon footprint at home.

Pitt-Bradford Building Earns Campus’ First LEED Status

The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford’s newest residence hall, the 170-bed Livingston Alexander House, has earned silver-level...
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Inside Microsoft Office 365: Audio Conferencing

With the new A5 Microsoft Office 365 license, Pitt faculty and staff have access to a variety of programs that go way beyond Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. The Inside Microsoft Office 365 series from Pitt IT gives you a glance into some of the great productivity tools that are at your fingertips.