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Greg Scott, the former senior vice chancellor for business and operations.

Senior Pitt official to step down

By Mary Rose O'Donnell, Contributing Editor July 17, 2020
Greg Scott, the senior vice chancellor for business and operations, is leaving Pitt to pursue other opportunities.
David DeJong, the vice chancellor for human resources, was named the acting senior vice chancellor for business and operations Tuesday.

Senior Pitt official taking personal leave

By Jon Moss, Editor-in-Chief May 7, 2020
A senior Pitt official has taken a leave of absence effective Tuesday, University officials said Thursday.
Chancellor Patrick Gallagher said Friday that the University will offer guidance to the community in early June and again in early July.

Pitt establishes task forces, working groups to plan fall semester

By Jon Moss, Editor-in-Chief May 4, 2020
Formally established over the last several weeks, three task forces and 20 working groups within those task forces will investigate many different aspects of what life at the University could look like.
Provost Ann Cudd and Assistant Provost Nancy Tannery stand next to a board that displayed the words “But is it art?” after having water poured on it.

Art here, there and everywhere: Pitt to catalog, purchase public art

By Ashton Crawley, Staff Writer January 30, 2020
Thousands of Oakland residents pass through “Light Up,” the large yellow sculpture in Posvar Hall Plaza, on their way to classes or meetings everyday, not thinking twice about it. But on Thursday, it was the center of attention.
Pitt administrators to launch new art initiative

Pitt administrators to launch new art initiative

By Jon Moss, News Editor January 9, 2020
The University will announce a major initiative regarding art on campus later this month, according to the University Times.
Pitt is looking to build a hotel and conference center in what is currently a parking lot next to the University Club and Thackeray Hall.

Pitt exploring plans for hotel and conference center next to University Club

By Jon Moss, Assistant News Editor September 15, 2019
Up ahead in the distance on Fifth Avenue, Pitt students may soon look up and see a shimmering light — a University-owed hotel and conference center may soon come to sit across from Litchfield Towers.
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