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Chancellor Issues July 8, 2011, Update, 'Budget Building in the Face of Historic Cuts'

The year just closed was another in an unbroken succession of years characterized by high performance and remarkable progress at Pitt.

Higher Ed Is Unfairly Maligned

Public universities spend wisely and contribute to the regional economy, writes Provost Emeritus James V. Maher.

Pitt Deserves Better Than Deep Budget Cuts

The governor's proposed reductions would put a first-rate education out of reach for many Pennsylvanians, writes Pitt Board of Trustees Chair Stephen R. Tritch.

Chancellor Issues March 8, 2011, Statement Responding to Appropriation Cuts Announced by Gov. Tom Corbett

Today, March 8, 2011, is another date that may long be remembered in the history of higher education in Pennsylvania. However, it will be remembered in a far less positive way…

Universities Create Jobs, Too

Pennsylvania's state-related schools do more than educate, writes Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg and the presidents of Lincoln, Penn State, and Temple.

'A Decade of Distinction and Impact at Pitt'

Chancellor Nordenberg's statement during appearances together with the leadership of Penn State, Temple, and Lincoln at the annual funding hearings of the Pennsylvania House and Senate Appropriations Committees on Feb. 23 and March 3, 2011, respectively.

Pitt: A Powerful Force in Building Brighter Tomorrows

Chancellor Nordenberg's Winter 2011 Report to Pitt's Board of Trustees, delivered on Feb. 25.

Chancellor Issues Jan. 6, 2011, Update, 'Closing a Tough, but Triumphant, Year and Facing Continuing Challenges'

Unfortunately, [the state budget allocation] challenges cannot be viewed simply as “problems of the past.”