UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
See also: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Posters
See also: RG02.4 Ser.: RESOURCE FILE FOR WE MADE NO SMALL PLANS: A MEMOIR
ACTIVITIES FAIR See: RG38 STUDENT INFORMATION FAIR
AMBASSADORS See: RG52 UPG AMBASSADORS [UPG PRESIDENTIAL AMBASSADORS]
AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION (WESTMORELAND COUNTY) [WESTMORELAND AMERICAN HEART ASSOC.]
Contains information on the UPG Heart Association, Heart Walk, and Heart Cup.
AMERICAN RED CROSS OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY
ANNIVERSARIES [UPG ANNIVERSARIES]
See: RG00 History. Anniversaries, 25th, 40th, 45th
See also: RG55 News Clippings [year of anniversary]
ANNUAL AGENDA SEE: CAMPUS ANNUAL AGENDA
See also: RG52 Ser.: ‘PARTNERS IN EXCELLENCE’ ANNUAL INTERNAL CAMPAIGN
ANNUAL FUND [PITT-GREENBURG ANNUAL FUND]
ARC OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY, THE
See also: UPG Archives RG60 Prints Ser.: Faculty & Staff vs. Students Charity Basketball Game
ARTHUR ST. CLAIR LECTURESHIP
ARTHUR ST. CLAIR LECTURESHIP: CELEBRATING WESTMORELAND COUNTY HISTORY
1st., Oct. 19, 2000. Dr. Eric A. Hinderaker
2nd, Oct. 18, 2001. Dr. Colin Gordon Calloway
3rd, Oct. 17, 2002. Dr. John Majewski
4th, Oct. 16, 2003. Dr. Kenneth Warren, Emeritus Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford University.
5th, Oct. 13, 2004. Dr. Matthew C. Ward, Prof. of History, University of Dundee, Scotland. [UPG Archives holds text of lecture in print format only. faz 10/18/11]
6th, Oct. 12, 2005. Dr. Fred Anderson, Prof. of History, University of Colorado at Boulder
7th, Oct. 11, 2006. Dr. Franklin K. Toker. University of Pittsburgh Architectural Historian.
8th, Oct. 10, 2007. Dr. Anne Mosher, Professor of Geography, Syracuse University. [Poster in Map Case] [Note: no text in any format available. faz 10/18/11]
9th, Oct. 8, 2008. Dr. Michael McConnell, Professor of History, Universtity of Alabama at Birmingham. [Poster in Map Case.] [UPG Archives holds text of this lecture in print form only.]
10th, Oct. 24. 2009. Dr. Devra Davis, Professor of Epidemiology, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.
11th, Oct. 6th, 2010. Sir David Cannadine, British scholar, historian, and author of MELLON: AN AMERICAN LIFE. [Poster in Map Case]
12th, Oct. 12, 2011. Dr. David Nasaw, Distinguished Professor of American History, Graduate Center of the City University of New York
13th, Oct. 10, 2012. Dr. Frank A. Cassell, Colonial Historian, Retired President, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. [Poster in Map Case]
For videocassettes of 1st-4th, 6th lectures, SEE: RG60 VC VII.7.a-e.
For DVD of 7th lecture, SEE: RG60 DVD 3A.
For DVD of 8th lecture, SEE: RG60 DVD 3B.
For DVD of 11th lecture, SEE: RG60 DVD 3C.
For DVD of 12th lecture, SEE: RG60 DVD 3D.
For DVD of 13th lecture, SEE: RG60 DVD 3E.
For Posters See: qRG52 Arthur St. Clair Lectureship [Housed in Map Case]
Neujahr [New Year] 1989: A celebration of the unification of Germany in leaded glass, mirror, wood, and steel by Terry Bengel. 18' w X 6' h. Gift of the German Society of the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg in memory of Arthur F. and Whilamine E. Kuschmierz.
Fort Ligonier by artist Anthony Diminno.
A Song from the Blue Field by artist Atsuko Oikawa: Japanese painting donated by Yuko Takahashi and hangs in The Joan Chambers Children's Literature Collection in Millstein Library.
The Fountain of Life [Mary Lou Campana Chapel and Lecture Center], stained glass mural by Terry Bengel.
Greensburg, Pa. 1971 by Robert Qualters.
Gimbel Pennsylvania Art Collection. Exhibition Catalog. An Exhibition Co-Sponsored by: the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg and Westmoreland Museum of Art 18 October - 1986 - November 16. University Art Gallery - University of Pittsburgh 9 January - 1987 - February 15. See also: RG52 Ser.: Gimbel Pennsylvania Art Colleciton.
"Sit on it!" [Chair designed and completed by UPG students, members of the Visual Arts Society, as part of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art exhibit, "The Art of Seating: 200 Years of American Design (Feb. 4-Apr.8, 2012," special event, "Sit on it!", a fun interpretation of chair design.]
Stained Glass Window--UPG Seal. Installed in Chambers Hall, August, 1999. Piece made by Terry Bengel with glass created and donated by Youghiogheny Opalescent Glass Co., Connellsville, Pa. File includes artwork designs for the stained glass window.
Peacemaker, The. [Portrait of Chief White Eyes.] Artist Robert Griffing. [A Paramount Press Canvas Ciclee Reproduction.] Hangs in Millstein Library on wall connecting rooms 166-168.]
Upward to the Light. [Proposed leaded glass artwork (12.5' x 28') for the Millstein Library Tower by Terry L. Bengel. 2003.]
Upward to the Light. Stained glass mural. Installation. Tower, Millstein Library. 7/30-31, 8/1/04. See also: RG60. Prints. Art Works. "Upward to the Light". Installation.
Upward to the Light. The Dr. Paul Albert Chew Memorial Window. Dedication. May 14, 2005.
Upward to the Light. See also: RG60. Prints. Art Works. "Upward to the Light", Views.
See Also: RG55 News Clippings. University Times, 1/19/06 p 10 for article on art works at UPG.
Residence Halls: Benjamin Franklin House; Margaret Mead House; Thurgood Marshall House
See also: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Posters.
BEN FRANKLIN SOCIETY
See; RG38 Ser.: Student Organizations
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
See: RG52 Subject Files. Events (Campus Sponsored).
BLUE & GOLD WEEKEND See: HOMECOMING
BLUE & GOLD 5K RUN/WALK
1st annual, 2011
BOBCAT See also: RG52 MASCOT [UPG MASCOT]
BUILDINGS [FACILITIES] See also: UPG CAMPUS COMMUNITY COMMITTEES. SPACE ALLOCATION COMMITTEE
Cassell Hall [Frank A. Cassell Hall] [Previously referred to as the Sustainable Office and Classroom Building (SOC)] Named "Frank A. Cassell Hall" in a a resolution adopted by the University of Pittsburgh Board of trustees 2/24/12. Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony, September 5, 2012. See RG60 DVD25 for video disc of Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Frank A. Cassell Hall, 9/5/12. File also contains: Program, THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY "EVENING OF EXCELLENCE" [construction awards], Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013, Heinz Field East Club; 2 dinner tickets; copy of MBA 2013-2015 SOURCEBOOK.
Chambers Hall (formerly called Common Facilities and was a.k.a. Student Center)(for VC of renaming dedication ceremony June 20, 1997, see RG 60 VC II.2;
for VC of original dedication of Common Facilities August 16, 1989, see RG 60 VC II.4).
[File also contains: remarks by Dr. George F. Chambers at the dedication of the addition to the Student Activities Center; news release 11/12/87 in re construction of a Student Services Building; documents in re dedication of Student Activities Center (Student Center Proposal from Design Alliance 9/23/98, remarks by president at dedication, guest lists; news clippings). Dedication 8/16/89. Also includes 10th Anniversary (1989-1999) Souvenir Coaster].
Common Facilities Building, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg (a.k.a. Student Center). See Chambers Hall. (for VC of original dedication of Common Facilities August 16, 1989, see RG 60 VC II.4)
Frank A. Cassell Hall See: Cassell Hall
See also: RG61 Audio Cassette C.14 for "Tour of Lynch Hall" by Dr. Albert Smith. Sept. 28, 1986.
Lynch Hall. Gatehouse.
Marsh Psychology Laboratory [Diane T. Marsh Psychology Laboratory] See: RG51 Programs Dedication...] Marsh Psychology Laboratory.
Mary Lou Campana Chapel and Lecture Center
See also: RG52 Ser.: Programs (Dedication)—Mary Lou Campana Chapel and Lecture Center, Dedication Ceremony, Tuesday, November 13, 2007. See also RG60 DVD8 for DVD Dedication Ceremony.
McKenna Hall [McKenna Hall Computing Center]
See also RG 60 VC II.5 for dedication ceremony, May 5, 1995.
See also RG52 Ser.: Programs [Dedication...] MILLSTEIN LIBRARY.
See also RG 60 VC II.4 for dedication ceremony August 22, 1989.
Safety and Security Center (SSC) (formerly, Security and Information Center (SIC)) Security and Information Center (SIC) (renamed Safety and Security Center (SSC) in May, 2001)
Student Center (Official name: Common Facilities Building, now Chambers Hall).
Sustainable Office and Classroom (SOC) Building See: Cassell Hall [Frank A. Cassell Hall]
Westmoreland Hall [Natural Sciences and New Technologies Academic Village Residence Hall]
Behavioral Sciences Academic Village (Benjamin Franklin House; Margaret Mead House; Thurgood Marshall House)
Biology, Chemistry, Physics Laboratories (basement Smith Hall) Renovation
Chauffer's Cottage[later called: Psychology Bldg., Pareto Hall, PohlBldg,; now called Plant Maintenance Bldg.]
Coffeehouse [The Exchange] See: RG52 COFFEEHOUSE [COFFEEHOUSE-OPEN MIC NIGHT; THE EXCHANGE]
Faculty Office Building (FOB)
Fitness Center [UPG Fitness Center] See also: Ronnie Andrews Fitness Center
Hempfield Room [in Chambers Hall]
Humanities Academic Village (Apollo House; Athena House; Selene House)
International Academic Village [in Westmoreland Hall]
Lyceum, The (Natural Sciences and New Technologies Academic Village Hall)
Natural Sci. and New Tech. Academic Village. Dormitory [Student Residence Facility]
Outdoor Adventure and Community Services (OACS) Special Interest Housing [in Westmoreland Hall]
Outdoor Recreational Area SEE: RG52 Ser.: Programs (Dedication)--Outdoor Recreational Area
Pareto Hall [formerly known as Chauffer's Cottage, Psychology Bldg.; later known as Pohl Bldg.; now called Plant Maintenance Bldg.]
Plant Maintenance Bldg. [formerly called Chauffer's Cottage, Psychology Bldg., Pareto Hall, Pohl Bldg.]
Pohl Bldg. [formerly known as Chauffer's Cottage, Psychology Bldg., Pareto Hall; now known as Plant Maintenance Bldg.]
Psychology Building [formerly called Chauffer's Cottage; later called Pareto Hall then Pohl Bldg; now called Plant Maintenance Bldg.]
Quinn House (later named Terra House; now called Rossetti House)
Ronnie Andrews Fitness Center See also: Fitness Center [UPG Fitness Center]
Rossetti International House (formally called Quinn House, Terra House, Rossetti House) [Closed July 2005]
Smith Hall (formerly called Science Building)
Student Activity Center (now McKenna Hall)
Terra House (formerly called Quinn House; now called Rossetti House)
Vincent Finoli Drive
SEE ALSO: RG52 SUBJECT FILES--PROGRAMS (DEDICATION)
SEE ALSO: RG36 UPG CAMPUS COMMUNITY COMMITTEES. SER: TASK FORCE TO PROVIDE ADVICE ON A MAJOR FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (2003).
SEE ALSO: RG60 PRINTS - [NAME OF BUILDING, FACILITY]; CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS 2010
SEE ALSO: RG60 PRINTS - CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS 2010
CALENDAR OF EVENTS [UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT GREENSBURG CALENDAR OF EVENTS]
See: RG27 Ser.: News Releases: RG50 Ser.: Serials. INTERCOM: RG50 Ser. Serials. UPG [ELECTRONIC] CAMPUS CALENDAR [PRINT COPY]
CAMPUS ANNUAL AGENDA [ANNUAL AGENDA; CAMPUS AGENDA] 1997/98 (1st), 1998/99 (2nd), 1999/2000 (3rd), 2000/01 (4th), 2001/02 (5th), 2002/03 (6th), 2003/04, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2005/06 Summary of Results, 2006/07
CAMPUS BEAUTIFICATION CIRCLE See: RG36 UPG CAMPUS COMMUNITY COMMITTEES
CAMPUS CHALLENGE FOOD DRIVE
CAMPUS CLIMATE SURVEY
See also: RG02.5 Ser.: Memoranda. Memorandum dtd 1/14/08
CAMPUS FLOWER FUND (UPG FACULTY AND STAFF), Oct. 28, 1992-Dec., 2003
Includes: Guidelines for Flower Fund; Flower Fund Contributors, Oct., 1997, 1997/98; Check Register, 10/28/92-8/7/03; Dollar Bank Account Statements, 10/28/92-8/12/99, 9/27/01-10/29/01, 8/23/03-11/27/03; Memoranda to faculty, staff and administration in re Flower Fund, 1992-1995, 1999-2003, 2005; letters conveying memorial donations to various organizations, institutions [1988-2003].
CAMPUS RETREAT See: RG02.5 PRESIDENT. SMITH, SHARON P. SER.: Subject Files. Campus Retreat.
Campus Survey ‘99. Preliminary Report: A Survey of Student Experiences at the University of Pittsburgh, Greensburg. June, 1999. Randi Koeske, Ph.D. [Research project conducted as part of Research Methods 1, (in Psychology) class at the University of Pittsburgh, Greensburg.
Campus Survey 2000: Initial Implementation of an Academic Village at UPG. February, 2001. Randi Koeske, Ph.D. [Research project conducted as part of a
Research Methods 1 (in Psychology) class at the University of Pittsburgh, Greensburg.] Includes: 2000 Campus Survey Project Report.
Campus Survey 2001. A Survey of Student Experiences at UPG. Includes: UPG Campus Survey Report, June, 2002.
Campus Survey 2002. "Survey of Student Reactions to the Campus". Includes UPG Campus Survey 2002--Basic Findings.
Campus Survey 2003. [no Campus Survey conducted this year]
Campus Survey 2004. "Student experiences at UPG...how effective the campus is addressing your needs as a student". [UPG Archives lacks Findings/Report]
Campus Survey 2005. "Choosing a Major at UPG; an Exploration of Student Experiences in Fall 2005." Includes: Campus Survey 2005 Report. 7-12-06].
See also: Rg02.4 Ser.: RESOURCE FILE FOR WE MADE NO SMALL PLANS: A MEMOIR
Includes: Pamphlet, READY FOR THEIR CLOSE-UPS: CREATIVE NONFICTION, FICTION AND POETRY from the 2006 CAPSTONE READINGS. 44p.
Includes: Pamphlet, READY FOR THEIR CLOSE-UPS: The Fall English Writing Capstone Readings. December 2 & 4, 2008.
Includes: Pamphlet, OPEN READING: ENGLISH WRITING CAPSTONES '11. April 5, 2011.
CAVE CANEM SUMMER WORKSHOP/RETREAT
June 22-29, 2003. Includes: a poem, "Six Minute Dogfight, Clarence "Lucky" Lester, July 18, 1944" by Marilyn Nelson, Poet laureate of Connecticut and a participant in the 2003 Workshop/Retreat. This typed copy with a holograph note by MN and signed by MN was presented to "Clara [Vana], [librarian with Millstein Library] -- Many thanks for your help with this poem! Best Wishes". [Presented 27 July 2003 to CV.] File also contains information for Cave Canem Summer Workshop/Retreat 2004, 2005, 2008.
CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AT PITT-GREENSBURG (CPG at UPG)
Changed name on March 15, 2010 from INSTITUTE FOR CONTINUTED LEARNING (ICL)
CHANCELLOR'S AWARD FOR STAFF EXCELLENCE IN SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY
2011 Bryan M. Valentine
CHANCELLOR’S DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD FOR STAFF EMPLOYEES
The Chancellor’s Distinguished Service Award for Staff Employees recognizes service excellence in the work place and volunteer service in the community. The award provides a $2500 cash award. Names of the awardees appear in the program of the Honors Convocation (Oakland) and are inscribed on a bronze plaque in the William Pitt Union.
UPG winners of the Chancellor’s Distinguished Service Award for Staff Employees include:
1998: Carol Ann Brosier Calloway
2001/2002: Janet (Dolly) Biskup
2004/2005: Bryan Valentine
n.b.: Now called, "CHANCELLOR'S AWARD FOR STAFF EXCELLENCE IN SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY"
CHANCELLOR’S DISTINGUISHED TEACHING AWARD
The Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award provides a $2,000 cash award and a grant of $3,000 for support of teaching functions. Names of the awardees appear in the program for the Honors Convocation and are inscribed on a bronze plaque in the William Pitt Union.
UPG winners of the Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award include:
1986 Dr. Diane Marsh, Professor of Psychology
1989 Dr. Nancy Estrada, Assistant Prof. of Hispanic Languages and Literature
1990 Dr. Ted Zaleskiewicz, Professor of Physics
1992 Assoc. Prof. Judith Vollmer, Assoc. Professor of English and Writing Program Director
1994 Dr. Mark McColloch, Assoc. Professor of History
1996 Dr. Anthony Boldurian, Assoc. Professor of Anthropology
1997 Dr. Lillian Beeson, Assoc. Professor of Communication
1999 Dr. Richard Blevins, Assoc. Professor of English
2000 Prof. Joanne J. Viano, Asst. Professor of French
2002 Dr. Mary Beth Spore, Asst. Prof. of English
2002 Dr. Walter Orange, Asst. Prof. of Mathematics
2004 Assoc. Prof., Stephen Murabito, Assoc. Prof. of English
2011 Dr. Matthew Luderer, Assoc. Prof. of Chemistry
See: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Programs (Miscellaneous)
CHAPEL See: BUILDINGS. VARIOUS. CHAPEL.
CHEERLEADERS [UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT GREENSBURG CHEERLEADERS]
First team of Cheerleaders, 1969/70:
Linda Adams, Karen Battistoni, Joan Boby, Donna DiMaria, Diane Kosic (News article with newspaper photo in Basketball (Men’s) Scrapbook –Basketball (Men’s), 1969/70.)
See RG60 Visual Images. Ser.: Prints – Cheerleaders.
CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY SEE: HEADSTART CHRISTMAS PARTY
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE CONFERENCE
See: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Events (Campus Sponsored)
For photographs, SEE: RG60 Visual Images. Prints. Children's Literature Conference.
CIRCLE DINNER [PRESIDENT’S FALL RECEPTION FOR FACULTY AND STAFF]
See: RG02.4 Ser.: Memoranda.
See: RG60 Prints – President’s Fall Reception for Faculty and Staff.
CLICK (COMPUTER LITERACY INITIATIVE FOR COMMUNITY KIDS)
CLIMATE SURVEY SEE: CAMPUS CLIMATE SURVEY
COBETTO LECTURE SERIES [DR. BERNARD H. COBETTO LECTURE SERIES; COBETTO LECTURE SERIES ON ETHICS]
1st annual lecture, Feb. 23, 2006, Randy Cohen, “How to Be Good”.
2nd annual lecture, Apr. 4, 2007, Dr. James Childress, “Just Care: Rationing in a Public Health Care Crisis”.
3rd annual lecture, Apr. 11, 2008, Dr. Everette E. Dennis, "Trusting the Media in a Presidential Year: Can We or Not -- A Look at Freedom of the Press in the Digital Age."
4th annual lecture, Mar. 24, 2009, Dr. Barbara M. Porco, "Ethical Leadership: The "Tipping Point in a Financial Crisis." [For DVD, See: RG60 DVD17, Cobetto Lecture Series, 2009 (4th)].
5th annual lecture, Apr. 13, 2010, Paul H. O'Neil, "The Role of a Leader in Creating a Values-Based Institution".
6th annual lecture, Apr. 14, 2011, Dr. Bernard Duberstein, "Leadership Lessons from the Oval Office and the Board Room". [For DVD, See: RG60 DVD17 Cobetto Lecture Series. 2011 (6th).]
7th annual lecture, Apr. 3, 2012. Dr. John E. Abraham, "Madmen, Educats, and Demagogues: Confessions of a Recovering Politician." [For DVD, See: RG60 DVD21 Cobetto Lecture Series, 2012 (7th).]
8th annual lecture, Apr. 10, 2013. Dr. Wendy Lynne Lee, "When the Earth Moves Under Our Feet: The Pennsylvania Marcellus Gas Rush."
COFFEEHOUSE [COFFEEHOUSE-OPEN MIC NIGHT; THE EXCHANGE]
“COLLEGE DAY” [UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT GREENSBURG “COLLEGE DAY”; “KID’S COLLEGE”]
Friday, April 12, 2002. Agenda. Organized by Prof. Vickilyn “Vickie” Barnot.
For pictures see: RG60 Visual Images. Prints. “College Day”.
COMMUNICATION THROUGH ART
CONVOCATION See: RG38 FIRST YEAR STUDENT CONVOCATION
CREATIVE NON-FICTION WEEK AND LITERARY FESTIVAL
CROQUET TOURNAMENT [GREENSBURG CROQUET TOURNAMENT]
For pictures see: RG60 Visual Images. Prints. Croquet Tournament.
CULTURA (LA) DINNER AND RECEPTION 2002. THE LIFE AND TIMES OF LEONARDO DA VINCI
See also: RG60 Visual Images. Ser.: Video Cassette VC III.E
See also: RG60 Visual Images. Ser.: Prints–Cultura (La)
For lecture, See: RG60 Visual Cassettes, VC VIII.15
See also: qRG52 Subject Files–Cultura (La) [housed in Map Case]
See also: RG60 Visual Images, DVD24.B.1.
CULTURE (LA) DINNER AND RECEPTION 2003. A PARIS
See also: RG60 Visual Images Ser.: Prints--Culture (La) 2003
See also: qRG52 Subject Files--Culture (La) 2003 [Poster] [housed in Map Case]
See also: For Dinner and Reception, see RG60 VC III.F and for Lecture Series, see RG60 VC VIII.16.A-C
CULTURA (LA) DINNER AND RECEPTION 2004. NOCHE ESPANOLA. SPAIN: ORIGINS, TREASURES, AND LEGACY OF THE GOLDEN AGE
See also: qRG52 Subject Files--Cultura, La. 2004. Poster. [housed in Map Case]
See also: RG60 Visual Images. Prints. Cultura, La. 2004.
See also: RG 60 Video Cassettes. VC VIII.17.A-C.
CULTURA, LA. DINNER AND RECEPTION 2005. VICTORIAN ENGLAND: EMPIRE, EVOLUTION, AND EXPECTATIONS
See also: qRG52 Subject Files--Cultura, La. 2005. Poster. [Housed in Map Case]
CULTURA, LA. DINNER AND RECEPTION 2006. CLASSICAL GREECE: TRADITION AND CHALLENGE
See also: qRG52 Subject Files--Cultura, La. 2006. Poster. [housed in Map Case]
See also: RG60 Video Cassette. VC VIII.18.A-D
See also: RG60 Visual Images. Negatives. 2006, January-June. General.
CULTURA, LA. DINNER AND RECEPTION 2007. WELCOME TO CHINA
See also: RG60 Visual Images. Prints. Cultura, La. 2007.
See also: qRG52 Subject Files—Cultura, La. 2007. [Poster] [Housed in Map Case]
For lectures, See: DVD.6.A.1, DVD6.A.2
CULTURA, LA. DINNER AND RECEPTION 2008. EGYPT: CROSSROADS OF CIVILIZATION
See also: qRG52 Subject Files--Cultura, La. 2008. [Poster] [housed in Map Case]
For lectures, See: DVD6.B
CULTURA, LA. DINNER AND RECEPTION 2009. [La Cultura...Celebrates 45 Years of Pitt-Greensburg]
CULTURA, LA. DINNER AND RECEPTION 2010. [La Cultura...Winter Gala:Moving Toward a Greener Future]
CULTURA, LA. DINNER AND RECEPTION 2011. [La Cultura...Sparkling Reflections: the 10th Anniversary. January 15, 2011.] [Note: This was the last LA CULTURA DINNER AND RECEPTION event. faz 1/17/12]
CULTURA, La, LECTURE SERIES
Note: This file folder contains information on the La Cultura Lecture Series beginning with the 2011/12 series and continuing onward. For information on the earlier lecture series, SEE: CULTURA, La. DINNER AND RECEPTION file folders. [faz 1/26/12]
Student honorary society launched in academic year 2001/02.
First formal Da Vinci Scholars Induction Ceremony, December 7, 2007.
First inductees as DaVinci Scholars (1/19/02):
For photographic print of first inductees, See: RG60 Visual Images, Ser.: Prints--Cultura (La), 2002
For prints of Dec. 7, 2007 Induction Ceremony, See: RG60 Visual Images. Ser.: Prints – Da Vinci Society
See also: RG52 Ser.: Cultura (La), The Life and Times of Leonardo da Vinci
2002/2003 Da Vinci Scholars: Martina Stasko, Jana Funk, Heather Weirich
2003/2004 Da Vinci Scholars: Kellen Walsh, Kristin Verenna, Carrie Gettings, Sarah Butler, Trent Balius
2004/2005 Da Vinci Scholars: Paul A. Rey, Carrie L. Smith, Sara L. Liberto
2005/2006 Da Vinci Scholars: Adam Hamill, Jodi Horn, Holly Wise, Eileen Witt
2006/2007 Da Vinci Scholars: Jonathan A. Bliss, Ellen E. Hoffman, Emily Nalevanko
2007/2008 [Inducted Dec. 7, 2007] Amy Duli, Troy Eans, Nicole Garcher, Justin Karapindi, Megan Redfoot
2008/2009 Kacie Frost, Amanda Jones [n.b.: Honors Convocation 2009 program lists Kacie Frost and Amanda Jones: Commencement program 2009 lists Kacie Frost, Nicole Garcher, Ellen Hoffman. For explanation of the discrepancy, e-mail from JC Biskup in file.]
2009/2010 Samuel Emmerling; Kathryn Schreffler
2010/2011 Monica Abdelshahid, Joyce Carson, Sean Cercone, Ngoc Lan Thiu Liu, Jennifer Shannon
2011/2012 Sarah Carey
DANCE TEAM [UPG DANCE TEAM; UPG BOBCAT DANCERS]
For pictures, see RG60 Visual Images--Prints.
1980 Winter Term
2009 Fall Term
2010 Fall Term
2012 Spring Term
DIABETES See: WALK TO CURE DIABETES
DIRECTORIES [UPG FACULTY AND STAFF]
See: RG00 HISTORY Ser.: Directories
EARLY COLLEGE EXPERIENCE PROGRAM
ENDOWMENTS See: SCHOLARSHIPS [UPG SCHOLARSHIPS]
ENROLLMENT [PEOPLESOFT REPORT]
7/21/08 Term 2087 By Campus
7/21/08 Summer 2087 University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
8/25/08 Term 2091 By Campus
8/25/08 Fall Term 2091 University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
ETHICS LECTURE SERIES See: COBETTO LECTURE SERIES
EVENTS (Campus Sponsored)
Affiliated Campus Sponsored Events
Ohio Country Conference, 6th Annual, Mar. 24 & 25, 2001
African Spirits in the New World. A Celebration of African Religious Art and its New World Descendents. [Exhibit of the sacred art of Brazil, Haiti and Cuba; also
includes African and Afro-Latino music and dance. Collection of Dr. Frank S. McGlynn, Anthropologist. Reception and preview, Friday, April 9, 1999, Ferguson Theater, University of Pgh. at Greensburg] Andes Manta [Andes Folk Music ensemble]
Black History Month
Children’s Literature Conference
[1st]. May 2, 1997
2nd, May 1, 1998
3rd, May 7, 1999
4th, May 12, 2000
5th, May 4, 2001
6th, May 3, 2002
For 8 illustrations on 10 sheets illustrated and signed by Steven Kellog at the 6th Children’s Lit. Conf., see fRG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Events (Campus Sponsored)
–Children’s Lit. Conf., 6th, May 3, 2002. Illustrations consist of: Hannah/Bouncer/Wooster, Jenny, National Rodent Day, The Butcher’s Cat from THE ISLAND OF THE SKOG. [housed in Map File]
7th, May 2, 2003
8th, May 7, 2004
9th, May 6, 2005
10th, May 5, 2006
11th, May 4, 2007
12th, May 2, 2008
13th, May 1. 2009
14th, May 7, 2010
15th, May 6, 2011
16th, May 4, 2012
17th, May 3, 2013
For photographs, SEE: RG60 Visual Images. Prints. Children's Literature Conference.
German Christmas Festival, 1981
Hispanic Heritage Celebration
“Portraits of the Andes”, an exhibit of watercolor art by award winning artist Victor Beltran, Sept. 18-Oct. 12, 1998 (poster).
Note: first Humanities Day was organized by Dr. Colette Levin in 1982.
(For video cassettes: 1983, 1984, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995,
1996, 1997, 1998. See RG 60 VC III.B.1-12.)
Invisible Made Visible: The Angels from the Vatican, April 10, 1999.
EXCHANGE, THE See: COFFEEHOUSE
1998, Sept. 18-Oct. 12. Portraits of the Andes
1999, Jan. 26-Feb. 26. Thaddeus Mosley Art Exhibit
1999, Apr. 9. African Spirits in the New World. Collection of Frank S. McGlynn.
2000, Sept. 16-Oct. 7. Mexican Artisans in residence.
2000, Sept. 22. Metamorphosis. An Art Exhibition by Constance Sturm.
2001, Jan. 29-Feb. 2. Condemned: Inside the Sing Sing Death House. Curated by Scott Christianson, Ph.D., Director, New York Death Penalty Documentation Project.
2001, Mar. Mary Baker Eddy Exhibit [Women’s History Month 2001]
2002, Nov. The Green Edge of Westmoreland.
2004, Mar. "Spirit of Color". Exhibit of works by Reuben Alfonso Lopez Nieto. [In Millstein Lib.]
2005, April "Dos Mundos". The Photography of David Farmerie.
2010, Sept. 7-Oct. 14 "I Thought I Could Fly", an exhibit of photographs by Charlee Brodsky.
FACULTY/STAFF VS. STUDENTS CHARITY BASKETBALL GAME, ANNUAL
4th, April 2, 2012
5th, March 21, 2013
See: RG39.1 and RG39.2
FIRST YEAR STUDENT CONVOCATION See: RG38 FIRST YEAR STUDENT CONVOCATION
FLAG PAVILION [FLAG PLAZA]
FLAGPOLE See: UPG Staff Association file folder.
FLOWER FUND see: CAMPUS FLOWER FUND (UPG FACULTY AND STAFF)
FORMAL POETRY NIGHT
FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY [40th UPG ANNIVERSARY] 2003
See: RG60 History. Anniveraries. 40th, 2003.
See also: RG55 News Clippings [year of anniversary]
FORTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY [45th UPG ANNIVERSARY] 2008
See: RG60 History. Anniversaries. 45th, 2008.
See also: RG55 News Clippings [year of anniversary]
FRESHMAN CONVOCATION See: RG38 FIRST YEAR STUDENT CONVOCATION
GERALD STERN POETRY PRIZE SEE: STUDENT WRITING AWARDS
See: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Events (Campus Sponsored)
GERONTOLOGY CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
GIMBEL PENNSYLVANIA ART COLLECTION
The exhibition of the Gimbel Pa. Art Collection, that part of which consisted primarily of works dealing with Western Pennsylvania and which was given to the University of Pittsburgh in 1959 by Gimbel Brothers, Inc., was mounted in recognition of the University of Pittsburgh’s Bicentennial in 1987.
In 1946, Gimbel Brothers, Inc., commissioned a group of American artists to create an art collection of 115 works in oil, tempera, watercolor and charcoal. In 1959, 48 paintings which depicted the city of Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania were given to the University of Pittsburgh. After an inaugural exhibition of the paintings in March, 1959 in the Student Union, the paintings were placed, at various times, in buildings, on the Oakland, Johnstown, and Greensburg campuses. The 1986/87 exhibition reassembled the collection from the various campuses for display at the Westmoreland Museum of Art and the University Gallery of the University of Pittsburgh.
File contains: correspondence in re the Gimbel Pa. Art Collection for the period 1958-1964 with some correspondence extending into 1975; correspondence and memoranda in re the Gimbel Pa. Art Collection Exhibition, 1985-1990; appraisals, 1981-1986, includes inventories giving location of items at various times; invitation to reception and preview of the exhibition; program for the reception, preview and dinner at the opening of the exhibition (includes guest list, program, dinner menu); remarks of UPG President George F. Chambers at the dinner opening the exhibition; poster announcing the exhibition; photographs of the exhibition catalog plates (black/white, 44 items; color, 44 items; color negatives, 44 items; slides, 44 items); exhibition catalog, GIMBEL PENNSYLVANIA ART COLLECTION. EXHIBITION CATALOG. AN EXHIBITION CO-SPONSORED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT GREENSBURG AND WESTMORELAND MUSEUM OF ART. 18 OCTOBER--1986--NOVEMBER 16. UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY, UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 9 JANUARY--1987--FEBRUARY 15. (12 copies); exhibition account; news clippings.
GOLF OUTING See: PITT-GREENSBURG GOLF OUTING
GREEN SCHOLAR PROGRAM
"Established in fall 2009 the Green Scholar Program selects the best and brightest students in each of three academic divisions to work collaboratively with faculty doing research. The program allows students to expand their understanding of the majors while earning stipends as research assistants working with faculty members on specific scholarly projects. $10,000 grant from the Buncher Family Foundation supports the program."
2009-2010 [First Green Scholars at UPG]: Deidre Stuffer, Sam Tokich
2010-2011 Green Scholars: Nicholas Marrone, Elliot Sheedy, Deidre Stuffer, Jian Tan.
2011-2012 Green Scholars: Brittany Kulcsar, Joseph Saccamago, Elliot Sheedy, Matthew Walko
2012-2013 Green Scholars: Thomas K. Crowley, Brett Demarco, Donna Dineley, Megan Hughes, Ryan S. Jakubek, Karlee Sypherd
GREENSBURG AMERICAN OPERA
GREENSBURG AREA CULTURAL COUNCIL
UPG is a member of this organization.
GUANAJUATO EXCHANGE PROGRAM [UNIVERSITY OF GUANAJUATO EXCHANGE PROGRAM]
Formal agreement creating an exchange agreement signed July 20, 2000.
Prof. Juan Rene Segura, 1st Visiting Professor, Spring 2000 Term
See: RG51 Biographical File; See: RG60 Prints—Juan Segura -- Reception, 1/25/00
Reuben Alfonso Lopez Nieto, 2nd Visiting Professor, Spring 2004 Term
See: RG51 Biographical File; RG60 Prints – Reuben Alfonso Lopez Nieto – Reception, 4/2/04
Dr. Juan Pascual Gay, 3rd Visiting Professor, Spring 2007 Term
See: RG51 Biographical File
GUY ROSSETTI INTERNATIONAL STUDY ENDOWMENT
See Also: RG51 Biographical File – Rossetti, Dr. Guy
RG52 Ser.: Cultura (La) The Life and Times of Leonardo da Vinci
RG52 Ser.: Da Vinci Scholars
RG52 Ser.: Rossetti House
RG60 Visual Images. Ser.: Prints. Cultura (La)
HELEN CONORS PSYCHOLOGY PRIZE
2010 Lan Liu
2011 Jennifer M. Watson, senior and Psi Chi president
2012 Lauren A. Mannella
HELEN WIRSING COLLECTION
HIGH SCHOOL MEDIA COMPETITION
1st annual, 2010
HISPANIC HERITAGE FESTIVAL
See: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Events (Campus Sponsored)
HOMECOMING [BLUE & GOLD WEEKEND]
1st UPG Homecoming Weekend, Sept. 24-26, 1999. 1999 Homecoming King: Sal Molitierno; Homecoming Queen: Brandy Valentine.
Homecoming 2000. Sept. 22-24, 2000. Homecoming King: Jason Wagoner; Homecoming Queen: Beth Marr
Homecoming 2001. Sept. 29, 2001. Homecoming King: Jamal Woodson; Homecoming Queen: Andrea Doner
Homecoming 2010. Feb. 5-6, 2010. Homecoming King: Joel Gallucci. Homecoming Queen: Hillary Remmick
Homecoming 2011. Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 2011. [First Annual BLUE & GOLD WEEKEND] Homecoming King: John Paul "JP" Hilzendeger; Homecoming Queen: Megan Edge.
See also: RG60 Prints--Homecoming
Homecoming 2012. Oct. 12-13, 2012. Homecoming King: Josh Myers. Homecoming Queen: Heather Metro.
1999, March 3 (1st)
2000, March 1 (2nd)
2001, March 21 (3rd)
2002, April 5 (4th)
2003, March 28 (5th)
2004, March 26 (6th)
2005, March 18 (7th)
2006, March 31 (8th)
2007, March 23 (9th)
2008, March 28 (10th)
2009, March 27 (11th)
2010, April 9, (12th)
2011, April 8 (13th)
2012, April 13 (14th)
HONORS CONVOCATION [PITTSBURGH OAKLAND CAMPUS]
2000, Feb. 28
2002, Feb. 28
2005, Feb. 28
2006, Feb. 24
2008, Feb. 29
2009, Feb. 27
2013, Feb. 22
HUMANITIES ACADEMIC VILLAGE
See also: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Posters.
See: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Events (Campus Sponsored)
IDA B WELLS [PRIZE] SEE: STUDENT WRITING AWARDS
Initiated in Fall, 1998 with first sessions taking place on Oct. 24, 31, 1998; suspended in Jan., 2001 although a final program was held in conjunction with the Elderhostel Institute Network in Mar. 2001.
Institute resumed activities with May 5, 2009 program "The Effects of Mass Media and New Technology on Society".
See plan file cabinet for oversize poster: fRG52 Subject Files--Institute for Continued Learning.
n.b.: Changed name March 15, 2010 to CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AT PITT-GREENSBURG (CPG at UPG)
INSTITUTIONAL BENCHMARK REPORT [NATIONAL SURVEY OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT]
2001 University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus
2002 University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus
2003 University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus
INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC VILLAGE [FORMERLY: ROSSETTI INTERNATIONAL HOUSE]
Located in Westmoreland Hall.
INTERNSHIP FAIR SEE: RG09.1.1 DIRECTOR OF CAREER SERVICES
"INTO THE STREETS"
IPEDS [THE INTEGRATED POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION DATA SYSTEM]
IPEDS Data Feedback Report, 2007. University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
IPEDS Data Feedback Report, 2009. University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
JESSICA A. DRAYER CHEMISTRY AWARD
2011 Kayley Fishel
JOAN C. ZALESKIEWICZ MUSIC SERVICE AWARD
[n.b.: listing only; no File Folder]
2003 Brandon Von Bon
2005 Kyle Metzger
2006 Nicholas P. Rogers
2007 Meghan Kyle
2008 Courtney E. Hill
2009 Meghan Kyle
2010 Angela Moody
2011 Melissa Raichel
2012 Alicia DiPaolo
JOAN C. ZALESKIEWICZ CHORALE SCHOLARSHIP
[n.b.: listing only: no File Folder]
2012 Bethany Thomas
JOAN CHAMBERS CONCERT SERIES
Inaugural Performance, March 1, 2008
JOAN DIDION CREATIVE WRITING NONFICTION PRIZE SEE: STUDENT WRITING AWARDS
JUNIOR ENGLISH LITERATURE PRIZE SEE: LITERATURE AWARD [JUNIOR ENGLISH LITERATURE PRIZE]
JUVENILE DIABETES RESEARCH FOUNDATION See: WALK TO CURE DIABETES
KATZ IMMERSION MBA PROGRAM
KENNETH E. BELL NATURE TRAIL
See also: RG35 UPG Senate Ser.: Subject Files. Kenneth E. Bell Memorial Fund (1974-1976); RG52 Subject Files. Programs [Dedication; Groundbreaking] Kenneth E. Bell Memorial Trail
KING, JR., DR. MARTIN LUTHER, A BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION FOR
1st, Jan. 15, 2008
See also: RG52 Ser.: PROGRAMS (MISCELLANEOUS)
LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE See: UPG LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
LEADERSHIP STUDENT RECOGNITION AWARDS CEREMONY [Formerly STUDENT LEADERSHIP RECOGNITION AWARDS CEREMONY; LEADERSHIP RECOGNITION AWARDS BANQUET]
For photographs See Also RG 60 Visual Images--Prints--Leadership Recognition Awards; See also RG60
LITERATURE AWARD [JUNIOR ENGLISH LITERATURE PRIZE; JUNIOR ESSAY IN LITERATURE PRIZE]
2003 Laura Dziuban
2006 Alexandra Gray
2007 James Matthews
2008 Michelle Sarver
2009 Matthew Reilly
2010 [No award listed in Honors Convocation Program for 2010. faz]
2011 Alexander Miskalls
First chapbook published: Jenna Szypulski, FULLY LOADED, AUTOMATIC (2012) [See also: Special Collections: GREE PS3569 Z96F84 2012]
See: RG38 SER.: STUDENT INFORMATION FAIR
MBA PROGRAM See: KATZ IMMERSION MBA PROGRAM
MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
New Campus Site University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg [ca. 1964]
University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg [ca. 1982]
Campus Plan University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg (11-17-86)
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg [1989?]
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 1997-98 (10-10-97)
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 1998-99
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 1999-2000 (5-18-99)
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 1999-2000r
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 2000-2001
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 2001-2002(R1)
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 2001-2002(R2)
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 2002-2003
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 2003-2004
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 2004-2005
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 2005-2006
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 2006-2007
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map 2007-2008
University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus Map Rev. 10-10
See also: RG53 MAPS [filed in Map Case]
MARCH OF DIMES COLLEGE WALK [MARCH OF DIMES WALK-AMERICA]
MASCOT [UPG MASCOT] See: RG60 PRINTS--MASCOT [UPG MASCOT] See also: RG52 BOBCAT
MEN AGAINST SEXUAL VIOLENCE [MASV]
MILLSTEIN CULTURAL SERIES
SEE RG25 Library. Series: UPG Cultural Series.
MR. AND MISS UPG See: PAGEANT [MR. AND MISS UPG PAGEANT]
MRS. PENNSYLVANIA UNITED STATES PAGEANT
MUSIC SERVICE AWARD See: JOAN C. ZALESKIEWICZ MUSIC SERVICE AWARD
NATIONAL CENTER FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS SEE: IPEDS [THE INTEGRATED POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION DATA SYSTEM]
NATIONAL SURVEY OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT SEE: INSTITUTIONAL BENCHMARK REPORT
Formally launched Sept. 2000; Dr. Kerry Holzworth, first director. Dr. Jay Apt, former astronaut and crew member of the NASA shuttles Atlantis and Endeavour,
lectured and presented a slide show titled, “This View of Earth”.
See also: RG50 Ser.: Serials. THE LYCEUM TIMES.
See also: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Posters
NEWS RELEASES [UPG NEWS RELEASES]
See: RG27 Public relations. Ser.: News Releases.
See: RG52 Subject files. Ser.: World Trade Center, Terrorist Attack On.
NORMAN McWHINNEY SCHOLARSHIP FOR EXCELLENCE IN WRITTEN COMMUNICATION AWARD
See also: RG57 Faculty Papers. McWhinney, Dr. Norman N.]
2006 Jamie Mathews; Amy Duli
2008 Jamie Mathews; Michelle Sarver
2009 Kalley Burtnett; Deidre Stuffer
ONE BOOK, ONE COMMUNITY [FRIENDS OF THE MILLSTEIN LIBRARY] See: RG25 Library Ser.: SUBJECT FILES One Book, One Community
PAGEANT [MISS UPG PAGEANT: UPG PAGEANT; MR. AND MISS UPG PAGEANT]
‘PARTNERS IN EXCELLENCE’ ANNUAL INTERNAL CAMPAIGN
See also: RG52: Ser.: ANNUAL FUND; RG00 Ser.: CAPITAL FUND CAMPAIGN. 2000, 2004
Investing in Excellence
PEER GROUP ADVISORS [UPG PEER GROUP ADVISORS; UPG PEER LEADER]
See also: RG60 Ser.: Prints – Portraits –UPG Peer Group Advisors
PITT DAY IN HARRISBURG
PITT-GREENSBURG CHORALE See: UPG CHORALE
PITT-GREENSBURG CULTURAL SERIES
The Vira I. Heinz and the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. 1997-1998: Salsamba of the Pittsburgh Jazz Society. Oct. 6, 1997. Kuntu Repertory Theatre. Feb. 10, 1998.
PITT-GREENSBURG GOLF OUTING
Earlier UPG BOBCAT GOLF OUTING in RG21 Ser.: UPG BOBCAT GOLF OUTING
PITT-GREENSBURG THEATRE COMPANY SEE: UPG THEATER DEPT. PRODUCTIONS. [UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT GREENSBURG THEATRE COMPANY]
“PITT PAT” AWARD PROGRAM
“Pitt Pat” Award Program replaced by “YOU Make The Difference” Recognition Program for Univ. of Pgh. at Greensburg Staff in Oct., 2000.
Announcements of campus events and activities sponsored by the Rossetti International House, Humanities Academic Village, Behavioral Science Academic Village, Natural Sciences and New Technologies Academic Village and other campus organizations, clubs, and groups.
See also RG52 Subject Files--Behavioral Sciences Academic Village; Humanities Academic Village; Natural Sciences and New Technologies Academic Village;
Academic Villages; Rossetti International House. [Pre Aug. 2000 material may be found in these files.]
Holdings: 3 File Folders
2003 (1 item)
See also: qRG52 Subject Files--Posters. The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. [early 1990's]
See also: qRG52 Subject Files--Posters. One Book, One Community Program. 2006.
PRESIDENTIAL AMBASSADORS SEE: UPG AMBASSADORS [UPG PRESIDENTIAL AMBASSADORS]
PRESIDENTIAL CITATION FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
2002 Bryan M. Valentine
2003 Joseph A. Olcak
2004 Thomas D. Horan
PRESIDENT'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON DIVERSITY AFFAIRS
PRESIDENT’S AWARD FOR STAFF EXCELLENCE
[NOTE: In 2007 succeeded by President’s Distinguished Service Award for Staff]
Memorandum dtd Aug. 28, 1998 from Dr. Frank A. Cassell, Pres., in re the creation of the award; includes “Guideline”; memorandum dtd 20 Feb. 2000 in re current year’s award program with enclosures of a nomination form as well as modified guidelines.
In 1998, the President's Award for Excellence (for significant contribution to the campus demonstrated by a record of exemplary achievement during the past year) awarded to 24 faculty and staff. Faculty awardees: Vickilyn Barnot, Richard Blevins, Anthony Boldurian, Alicia Covarrubias, Nancy Estrada, Sayre Greenfield, Michael Lucci, Diane Marsh, Mark McColloch, Stephen Murabito, Mary Beth Spore, Judith Vollmer. Staff awardees: Karen Antoniak, Joyce Bucchi, Charlene Cerutti, Nancy Evans, Virginia Kemerer, Patricia LaMantia, William Martin, Richard Naccarato, Josesph Olczak, John R. Sparks, Allen Tedrow, and Charles Westbrooks. Sept. 29, 1998.
1999, Karen Antoniak
2000, Helen Connors
2001, Janet (Dolly) Biskup
2002, Joyce Bucchi
2003, Joseph A. Olczak
2004, Parris Carter
2005, Patty LaMantia
2006, Elizabeth Tiedemann
PRESIDENT’S DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD FOR STAFF
[NOTE: Established under this title by Pres. Sharon P. Smith and succeeds the former President's Award for Staff Excellence. See RG02.5, President. Dr. Sharon P. Smith. Ser.: Memoranda. Memorandum, 15 Nov. 2007.]
2007 Awardee R. Leigh Hoffman, Assistant Dean of Student Services and Director of Orientation
2008 Awardee Michele Shuey, Academic Advisor, Office of Academic Affairs
2009 Awardee Troy Ross, Coordinator of Housing and Residence Life
2010 Awardee Cynthia Genard, Administrative Secretary, Academic Affairs
2011 Awardee Sheila Confer, Academic Village Coordinator, Part Time Instructor, Theatre Arts
2012 Awardee Lori Moore, Administrative Secretary, Human Resources
PRESIDENT'S HIGHER EDUCATION COMMUNITY HONOR ROLL
["...the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement.]
PRESIDENT’S MEDAL FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Inaugurated by Dr. Frank A. Cassell. First awarded in 1998.
1998 John A. Robertshaw, Jr.
1999 No Medal Awarded
2000 Norman W. Scanlon
2000 Robert B. Van Atta
2001 Rev. Dr. Kenneth P. Rutter
2002 Millstein, Jack H., Jr.
2003 David S. Dahlman
2004 Poke, Dr. Carl A.
2004 Roach, William A.
2005 Hon. Judge John J. Driscoll
2006 Davis, Robert H.
2007 Boxx, Linda McKenna
2007 Magnuson, Ronald A.
2008 Assard, David G.
2009 Zaleskiewicz, Dr. Thad
2010 Barnot, Vicklyn, PhD
2010 Marks, Melissa J, EdD
2011 Marsh, Diane, PhD
2012 Beeson, Lillian L., PhD
PRESIDENT'S REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY [Report of President]
2000-2001, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2005, 2006
PROGRAMS [Dedication; Groundbreaking; Ribbon Cutting Ceremony]
Campus Clock Dedication, October 13, 1995. See RG 60 VC II. 3 for video cassette and RG 61 C 1 for audio cassette.
Cassell Hall [Frank A. Cassell Hall]. Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony. September 5, 2012. See RG60 DVD25 for video disc of ceremony.
Chambers Hall (See: Subject Files: Buildings -- Chambers Hall. For video cassette of ceremony renaming the Common Facilities Building, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, a.k.a. Student Center, see RG 60 VC 53 II.2). Renamed Chambers Hall from Common Facilities Building at renaming dedication ceremony 6/20/97.
Ferguson Carillon (The Edith Ferguson Chambers Carillon), September 8, 1995. See also RG 60 VC II. 1 for video cassette.
Ferguson Theater. Friday, November 13, 1998.
Humanities Academic Village [Humanities Village], October 13, 1999
Joan Chambers Children’s Collection, September 8, 1995. See also RG60 VC II. 2 for video cassette.
Kenneth E. Bell Memorial Nature Trail, October 26, 1975
Marsh Psychology Laboratory, April 17, 2012
Mary Lou Campana Chapel and Lecture Center. [Ground Breaking] Dec. 6, 2006.
Mary Lou Campana Chapel and Lecture Center, Dedication Ceremony, Tuesday, November 13, 2007. See also: RG52 Buildings—Mary Lou Campana Chapel and Lecture Center; See also RG60 DVD8 for DVD of dedication ceremony.
Millstein Library (Fanny K. Millstein Library), May 5, 1995 (See: Subject Files: Buildings -- Millstein Library). See also RG 60 VC II.5 for video cassette and RG 61 C8 for audio cassette.
Millstein Library, Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony "Opening New Doors" Thursday, September 30, 2010. [See also: RG60 Prints -- Construction Projects, 2010.]
Outdoor Recreational Area (Grand Opening), August 31, 1998.
Rossetti House [Rossetti International House; Rossetti House for International Studies]
Science Building [now called Smith Hall] Groundbreaking, June 5, 1974; Dedication, May 17, 1977. Commemorative Paperweight. See: UPG Archives RG69 Artifacts.
Student Residence Hall Project. November 16, 1998. (Ground Breaking) (Phase I) [later designated Humanities Academic Village]
Tosatto Plaza and Tosatto Drive, June 27, 1997. See also RG60 II. 6 for video cassette.
Westmoreland Hall [Natural Sciences and New Technologies Academic Village Residence Hall] Sept. 9, 2005
AACA [Antique Automobile Club of America] Eastern Division. National Spring Meet. May 26, 27, 28, 2005. [Saturday, May 28, Show Field at University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Campus.]
Andes Manta, A Concert of Andean Music, Sept. 19, 2002, Ferguson Theater. (For video cassette see, UPG Archives RG60 Visual Images--Video Cassette VC VII.8a)
"The Apocalypse" Art Show & Lecture. W.B. Yeats A SECOND COMING. UPG Village Hall, UPG. Feb. 22, 2006.
The Art of Business Theater. Presented by Thomas Tierney. Mary Lou Campana Chapel and Lecture Center, Sept. 24, 2008.
Broadway Battles Breast Cancer. A Benefit Concert for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Friday, October 28, . 7:30 p.m., UPG Campana Chapel. University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. Sponsored by Performing Arts Society. (See also: UPG Archives RG60 DVD19).
Broadway Battles Breast Cancer Benefit Concert [The Performing Arts Society Presents...] October 20th, 2012, Campana Chapel.
Chandalika, a Dance Drama in the Kuchipidi Style. Choreographed and conducted by Padmabhushan Dr. Vempati Chinna Satyam. UPG, Ferguson theater, Oct. 7, 1998.
East-Central American Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies. 34th Annual Meeting. Oct. 2, 3, 4, 2003, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. Theme: Nature and Artistry. [Organizer: Dr. Sayre N. Greenfield, Assistant Prof. of English, Univ. of Pittsburgh at Greensburg.]
An Eclectic Evening of Radical One Act Plays! The World Premier of THE CAT WHO CAME BACK and other international classics including:
THE DUMB WAITER, TALIBAN PIZZA, AND THE STILL ALARM!! [UPG Student Plays] Nov. 21, 22, 2003, UPG Ferguson Theater. See: RG52 Ser.: STUDENT PLAYS
Egypt: Intersection of East and West. Saturday, April 21, 2007. University of Pgh. at Greensburg. A Curriculum workshop in Greensburg, PA for secondary and tertiary educators interested in world cultures, religions, and languages; Western civilization or the Middle East, Africa, and African American history.
Fantasticks, The. [n.b. UPG News Release dtd 10/28/85 in re a performance of THE FANTASTICKS (book and lyrics by Tom Jones and songs by Harvey Schmidt), Nov. 15-16, Smith Hall, UPG Campus. Gives: cast members, director, stage manager, costume/make-up/props technician, pianist and instrumental accompanist/sound effects manager.]
GREASE. The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Performing Arts Society Presents GREASE: Book, Music and Lyrics by Jim Jacobs & Warren Casey. UPG Ferguson Theatre, April 6, 7, 8, 9 . See also: RG38 Ser.: Student Organizations--Performing Arts Society.
H-Bomb: Fission, Fusion, Fission. The drama of the Teller-Ulam dispute, by Helene Smith and Charles Haldane. A stage reading presented by the UPG Theatre Company, Sept. 28, 2006.
Heinz Chapel Choir 2012 Spring Concert. Ferguson Theater, Pitt-Greensburg Campus. April 21, 2012. [Sponsored by Pitt-Greensburg].
Immaculate Misconceptions. A Monologue Performance by Stephen A. Schrum, Special Musical Guest Jeremy dePrisco. June 16 and 18, 2006, 8 p.m. Ferguson Theater, UPG Campus. [See: RG60 DVD 2 for a DVD of the performance of IMMACULATE MISCONCEPTIONS (V11.DVD.2); See: RG61 for Cd "Immaculate Misconceptions music by Jeremy dePrisco from the play by Stephen Schrum." Blue Buddha Records BLBU5 c2006 Jeremy dePrisco. See also: RG51 Biographical File--Schrum, Dr. Stephen and dePrisco, Jeremy.]
Indian Classical Dancing in the Odissi Style by Sharon Lowen. UPG, Smith Hall, Nov. 4, 1991. (For UPG News Release, See: RG27, News Release, Oct. 22, 1992; for videocassette of performance, See: RG60 VC VII.1.)
Indian Classical Dancing in the Kuchipudi Style by Kamala Reddy. UPG, Smith Hall Auditorium, Nov. 8, 1991. Sponsored by the Performing Arts Society of UPG.
Indian Classical Music Concert. UPG, Smith Hall, Mar. 20, 1991. Performed by Vishwa Mohan Bhatt on the Guitar and Sukhvindar Singh on the Tabla. Presented by Music Club of UPG.
Indian Classical Music Concert. UPG, Wagner Dining Hall. Oct. 19, 1994. Artists: Rajeeb Chakraborry (sarod), and Reena Schrivastava (sitar) with tabla accompaniment by Kousic Sen.
Indian Classical Music Concert. Wednesday, March 31, 1999 [memo in re concert]
Indian Classical Music Concert, Ferguson Theatre, Thursday, Mar. 29, 2001, 7:30 p.m. The Artistes: Tejendra Majumdar (sarod); Subhankar Banerjee (tabla). [For photos, see RG60 Visual Images--Prints--Indian Classical Music Concert. For video cassette, see RG60 Visual Images--Video Cassettes VC VII.12]
Indian Classical Music Concert, Ferguson Theater, Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2002, 7:30 p.m. The Artistes: Purbayan (sitar), Abhijit Banerjee (tabla). [For videocassette, see RG60 Visual Images--Videocassette VC VII.7; for program, see RG52 Subject Files--Programs (Miscellaneous); for sound recording, see RG61 Cassette C.12]
Indian Classical Music Concert, Ferguson theater, Oct. 21, 2003, 7:30 p.m. Artists: Ken Zuckerman, an American who directs the Ali Akbar College in Basel Switzerland; Aninda Chatterjee, an eminent tabla player from India. [Announcement by Manhar Vyas, 11/9/03] [For videocassette, see RG60 Visual Images--Videocassettes VC VII.20]
The International Club of University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Presents An Evening
of Arias and Songs. Soprano, Priya Palekar Accompanied by Sean Kelly on the Piano. Ferguson Theater, Apr. 10, 2002.
Kuntu Repertory Theatre presents REFLECTIONS: Rob Penny's Forum in Flight arranged and directed by Vernell A. Lillie. [program presented in UPG Smith Hall auditorium, Feb. 18, 1990, 7:00 p.m.]
Kuntu Repertory Theatre presents THE BUFFALO SOLDIERS PLUS ONE. [program presented in UPG Ferguson Theater, Feb. 17, 2004]
Kuntu Repertory Theatre presents BUBBLING BROWN SUGAR. [program presented at UPG Ferguson Theater, Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2005]
Kuntu Repertory Theatre presents MAHALIA JACKSON: STANDING ON HOLY GROUND. [program presented at UPG Ferguson Theater, Feb. 15, 2006.]
Kuntu Repertory Theatre presents SARAFINA! [program presented at UPG Ferguson Theater, Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2007.]
Kuntu Repertory Theatre presents THE HOUSE THAT CAROL BUILT [program presented at UPG Ferguson Theater, Sunday, April 1, 2012]
PAS Slovak Folk Dance Ensemble. University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Ferguson Theater. Thursday, February 28, 2002, 7:30 p.m.
Senior Citizens Expo 2006 [Senator Bob Regola's Senior Citizens Expo 2006] Guide to Exhibitors. UPG Chambers Hall, May 11, 2006, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Senior Recognition Ceremony. University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. May 9, 1987. See: RG39.1 Ser.: Subject Files--Miscellaneous Subjects.
Sigma Tau Delta Presents "Evermore..." "An Evening with Poe". [Lectures: "Poe: The Myth and the Man" by Dr. Donald Reilly; "The Unity of Poe's Chaotic Universe" by Dr. Richard Blevins; Reading of Poe's Poetry by Prof. Gary Lutz] October 26, 1990.
[Sigma Tau Delta Presents] READINGS FROM THE MIST...AN EVENING WITH CELTIC AUTHORS. Presentations: Greta Regitz, "The Significance of the Written Word"; Bonnie Chambers, "The Influence of Ancient Religions on W.B. Yeats"; Dr. Richard Blevins, "A Presentation of Helen Adam".] March 1, 1991.
Sigma Tau Delta presents THE BONE FIRE. [1992? 1993?]
Sigma Tau Delta. Spring Initiation and Poetry Reading. April 11, 1994.
Sol y Canto: Celebrating the Roots of Latin American Music. University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. 8:00 p.m. Friday, October 5, 2007.
SURE THING by David Ive and AN ACTOR’S NIGHTMARE by Christopher Durang. Brought to you by affiliates and students of UPG at Ferguson Theatre,
Thursday, November 30, Friday, December 1 , 8:00 p.m. See: RG52 Ser.: STUDENT PLAYS (For video cassette, see RG60 Visual Images--Video Cassettes VC VII.13)
Tuna, La. [performance at UPG April 3, 2002]
Tuna, La. [performance at UPG April 14, 2003] [For videocassette, see RG60 Visual Images--Videocassette VC VII.18]
[UPG] Performing Arts Society presents GODSPELL. Mar. 25-26, 2005.
Vagina Monologues, The. [UPG] Gender Issues Group & Sigma Tau Delta Present… Feb. 15-17, 2007, UPG Ferguson Theatre.
Voices of the Desert: Victims of Saddam Hussein Finally Speak. Monday, January 9, 2006, Ferguson Theater, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. [In 2005, a team of experts--including Robert Bytheway, Dr. Joan Bytheway, and Dr. Victor Weedn--traveled to Baghdad to exhume, examine, and preserve human remains from two mass graves in Iraq. Program included presentations by two Iraqi Americans: Anthony Carmeni and Reem Carmeni.]
For additional programs, See also: RG52 Student Plays; UPG Performance Collective; UPG Players; UPG Theater Dept. Productions.
QUEST...FINDING YOUR FUTURE
First quilt, "UPG Beginnings", completed in 2001. Covers the tenure of the first President of UPG, Dr. Albert B. Smith, 1962-1980. Quilters: Dolly Biskup, Beth (Mrs. Frank) Cassell, Pat Duck, Jennifer Fetter, Karen Gavula, Mary Louise Hill, Joyce (Mrs. Carl) Rossman, Clara Vana, Nancy Young.
Second quilt, "Building UPG", completed in 2003. Covers the tenure of the second President of UPG, Dr. George F. Chambers, 1980-1997. Quilters: Dolly Biskup, Joyce Bucchi, Sandy Buehner, Beth (Mrs. Frank) Cassell, Marion Chambers, Pat Duck, Jennifer Fetter, Mary Louise Hill, Hollie Ramaley (student), Joyce (Mrs. Carl) Rossman.
Third quilt, "40th Anniversary", completed in 2004. "The quilters, a volunteer group of faculty, staff and students created this quilt in honor of UPG's 40th Anniversary. Quilt consists of autographed signature patches of the various constituencies of the campus community."
For photos of the 1st and 2nd quilts, See RG60 Visual Images -- Prints -- Quilts. See also Oversize Prints.
Quilts are physically stored in RG69 Artifacts [Textile & Fabric Storage Box]
See also: RG38 Ser.: Student Organizations. Radio Station Club.
“READ FOR LIFELONG LEARNING” PROGRAM
1998/1999 pilot year. Sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Chapter of the SPEA (Student Pennsylvania State Education Association).
For photographs, see RG60 Visual Images -- PR (prints).
RESIDENT ASSISTANTS [RA'S; UPG RA'S]
List of RA's at UPG 1996-97-2010-11
ROSE TROPHY Inaugurated in 2004. The Rose Trophy is an all-sports trophy that will travel between the two campuses of UPG and UPBradford. The "host" of the trophy will be determined by the winner of the overall sports competition between the two Universities. The trophy is named for Dr. M. Richard Rose who, as an assistant to the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh, had the responsibility for the academic and physical creation of three of the University's regional campuses, including Pitt-Greensburg, Pitt-Bradford and Pitt-Titusville.
ROSSETTI HOUSE [ROSSETTI INTERNATIONAL HOUSE; ROSSETTI HOUSE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES] [now called: International Academic Village]
Includes: dedication program, program schedules, news releases, news clippings, publicity posters for events.
See also: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Posters.
ROTC [PITT-GREENSBURG ARMY ROTC]
SCHOLARS IN SERVICE PROGRAM [AMERICORP SCHOLARS IN SERVICE PROGRAM]
Includes: Program of the "Inaugural Donor Scholarship Luncheon and Program", Thursday Mar. 30, 2006, Hempfield Room, Chambers Hall; Invitation and Program, Second Annual Donor Scholarship Luncheon, Thursday, March 29, 2007. 2007 Program gives 2006-2007 Named Scholarship Recipients. [Gives a list of Scholarships available at Pitt-Greensburg, when they were established, criteria for obtaining them, and an explanation of why they were established. Also, includes list of Endowments and upcoming scholarships.] Program, Third Annual Donor Scholarship Luncheon, Thursday, April 3, 2008. 2008 Program gives 2007-2008 Named Scholarship recipients. [Gives a list of scholarships available at UPG, when they were established, criteria for obtaining them, and an explanation of why they were established.]
See: RG52 Subject Files. Ser. Events (Campus Sponsored)
SCOTT TUROW FICTION PRIZE SEE: STUDENT WRITING AWARDS
SENIOR OF THE YEAR [UPG SENIOR OF THE YEAR]
Award presented at the Honors Convocation.
1998 Roslyn Ciacco
1999 Gina Giallonardo
2000 Romy Shinn
2001 Jana Giallonardo
2002 Erin O'Donovan
2003 Mitchell Paterline
2004 Brian Root
2005 Kristen Verenna
2006 Jihan Allay
2007 Jason Downey
2008 Melissa Wojtaszek
2009 Diane Williams
2010 Jennifer Komenda
2011 Kate Sadler
2012 John Paul ("JP") Hilzendeger
1st Annual, 2009
SMART GROWTH PARTNERSHIP OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY (SGPWC)
See also: RG02.4 Ser.: RESOURCE FILE FOR WE MADE NO SMALL PLANS: A MEMOIR
ST. CLAIR LECTURESHIP: CELEBRATING WESTMORELAND CO. HISTORY
SEE: ARTHUR ST.CLAIR LECTURESHIP: CELEBRATING WESTMORELAND
For photographs See Also RG60 Visual Images--Prints--Snowflake Ball RG60 Visual Images--Negatives
SOPA [Special Olympics Pennsylvania] Hoops Saturday
For photographs See Also RG60 Visual Images--Prints--Spring Carnival Visual Images--Negatives
For photographs See Also RG60 Visual Images--Prints--Spring Fling Visual Images--Negatives
STATE OF THE CAMPUS, CONVOCATION ON THE
First such convocation at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, Sept. 14, 2001.
2001, Sept. 14. [Includes Program; President’s Report to the Community, 2000-2001;University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Campus Agenda, 2001-2002]
2002, Sept. 6 [Includes University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Campus Agenda 2002-2003]
2003 Convocation cancelled. File contains: the text of the address which would have been given by Dr. Cassell at the State of the Campus Convocation. File also includes a copy of the 7th, [University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg] Annual Agenda 2003-2004 and a copy of the President's Report to the Community 2002-2003.
STATE OF THE CAMPUS
Sept. 13, 2010. See: RG02.5 President. Smith, Dr. Sharon P. Ser.: Documents.
Sept. 12, 2011. See: RG02.5 President. Smith, Dr. Sharon P. Ser.: Documents.
STUDENT ACTIVITIES FAIR See: RG 38 STUDENT INFORMATION FAIR
STUDENT INFORMATION FAIR See: RG 38 STUDENT INFORMATION FAIR
STUDENT LEADERSHIP RECOGNITION AWARDS CEREMONY SEE: LEADERSHIP RECOGNITION AWARDS; LEADERSHIP RECOGNITION AWARDS CEREMONY
STUDENT PLAYS [STUDENT ONE ACT PLAYS; UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT GREENSBURG THEATRE WORKSHOP]
2000, Nov. 30-Dec. 1. SURE THING by David Ives; AN ACTOR'S NIGHTMARE by Christopher Durang. Brought to you by affiliates and students of UPG.
2001, Nov. 28-30. Student One Acts [Student Directed One Acts]. See: RG60 Visual Images. VIDEOCASSETTES. VC.VII.24a-c. 3 Videocassettes.
2002, Apr. 4-5. UPG Student Directed One-Act Plays: MOBY DICK 2002; HELLO OUT THERE; GHOST STORY; MARY MacGREGOR.
2002, Nov. 21-22. An Eclectic Evening of Radical One Acts: Paul Wolanski's Original Script and World Premier of THE CAT CAME BACK; THE DUMB WAITER by Harold Pinter; From Harry Shearer's LE SHOW, THE TALIBAN PIZZA; THE STILL ALARM by George S. Kaufman
2003, Apr. 2-3. Student One Acts Presented by the Students of THR0070 Theatre Workshop: THE AMERICAN WAY by Lavonne Mueller; SURE THING by David Ives; DOG EAT DOG by Tim Kelly.
2004 Mar. 17-18. Performing Arts Society presents: A JOURNEY THROUGH BROADWAY.
2004 Apr. 14-15. UPG Presents Student-Produced One-Act Plays: JUMPING by William Borden; DALMATION by Conrad Bishop; LOST by Mary Louise Wilson; LOCKER ROOM by Tracy Sarpolis; SALLY THROWS SHOT PUT by Jack Colavincenzo; INTERVIEW by Matthew Calhoun; KOALA TALK by Jack Colavincenzo; INTERVIEW by Matthew Calhoun; CHECKERS by Dale Doerman; PROPERTY OF THE DALLAS COWBOYS by Sam Smiley.
2004, Dec. 2-3. University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Theatre Workshop Presents: Student One Act Plays: DONATIONS, PT 1; TRANSITIONS by Logan McGarrity; DONATIONS PT 2 by Mike Hardill; ABSOLUTION by William Reynolds; DONATIONS PT 3 by Logan McGarrity and David Meglorino; TO THE AIRPORT by Julianne Bernstein; DONATIONS PT 4 by Mike Greco; LEDGE by William Borden; DONATIONS PT 5 by Jackie Schaefers, Jeff Schussler; THE SOCIETY by J. Omar Hansen; DONATIONS PT 6 by Jack Gibson; A scene from PULP FICTION by Quentin Taratino; I WANNA BE A COWBOY by John Tuttle; DONATIONS PT 7 by Jackie Schaeffers. [DONATIONS skits were written and acted by Theatre Workshop Students and were a result of in-class improvisations. All plays were directed by Theatre Workshop Students. TRANSITIONS was written byLogan McGarrity, a Theatre Workshop Student.]
[2005, Apr. 7-8. The UPG One Acts: THE NEWLYWED GAME by John Gallo and Missy Wess; "UPS" AND DOWNS by Jackie Schaefers and Logan McGarrity; GOSSIP GIRL by Lacy Betters and Casy Schall; EVERY CLOUD HAS A SILVER LINING by Lacy Betters and Josh Troy; 50's SEXUAL EDUCATION VIDEO by Michael Hardill and Traci Pullman; VERIZON GUY VS. LIL' JOHN by Dave McMeekin; JEHOVAH COMES KNOCKING by Meg Thompson and Andy Mischick; CEREAL LOVE by Michael Hardill; TAROT CARD READING by Rebecca Brunner and Matt Schimizzi; DR. PHIL AND JOHN MADDEN HOUR by Mark Hardill; AIRPLANE SAFETY by Jackie Schaefers; LACY BETTERS: ANTI-CHRIST by Casey Schall and Lacy Betters; I DIDN'T AUDITION TO BE A STRIPPER by Andy Mischick and Meg Thompson; MEDICAL MALPRACTICE by Lacy Betters and Casey Schall; COMEDIAN by Zach Kocian; ALBINO MIDGETS IN BIKINIS by Tony Karanikas and Michael Hardill. Written solely by the Theatre Workshop class.
2005, Dec. 1-2. The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Theater Workshop Class is proud to present ONE ACTS, written, directed and performed by the students of UPG's Theater Workshop Class: LOVE KEPT IN THE CLOSET by Jamie Pope; SHUTTER SPEED by Elaine Galinskie; LUCKY TICKET, by Lauryn Carnes; DAY DREAM by Daniel Waajid: FIND YOUR LOVER by Adam Zeleznick; THANKS A LATTE by Rebecca Depretis; PLUMBING FOR GHOSTS by Alisha Dick; THE IMPACT by Kathryn Clymer; LOST by Josh Troy and Anthony Karanikas; WHAT A GOOD GIRL IS THINKING by Kelly Mallon; MOBILE SCHOOL by Daniel Waajid; WONDER by Josh Troy and Anthony Karanikas.
2006, April 11, 12. The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Theatre Workshop class is proud to present ONE ACT PLAYS partially written, completely directed, and performed by the Students of UPG's Theatre Workshop Class. PLAYS AND CHARACTERS: PRICELESS; THE DMW ONE by Nick Zagone; DS 1 by Daniel Waajid and Steve Sargent; DOWNTOWN by Jeffrey Hatcher; A GUY WALKS IN TO A BAR by Rob Hack; DS 2 by Daniel Waajid and Steve Sargent; QUEENIE by David Kaye; ZERO WIRELESS; DUMB BLOND ANCHORS by Daniel Waajid; SUPER DUPER COMPUTER STORE; DS 3 by Daniel Waajid and Steve Sargent; PUNK'D by Chad Smith, Justin Innocent and William Johnson; EXCERPT FROM CLERKS by Kevin Smith; EYE TO EYE by Christopher Graybill; DS 4 by Danile Waajid and Steven Sargent; MINT JULEPS by Nick Zagone; SURE THING by David Ives; GREENSBURG IDOL by Becky Depretis.
[200?] THE UGLY DUCKLING by A.A. Milne performed by Student Players of UPG. Directed by Jeremy Tennent.
See: RG02.4 Ser.: RESOURCE FILE FOR WE MADE NO SMALL PLANS: A MEMOIR by Dr. Frank A. Cassell (2007); RG29 Student Life, Office of; RG38 Student Affairs.
STUDENT WRITING AWARDS [UPG STUDENT WRITING AWARDS]
Sponsored by the English Writing department at UPG.
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize
[“Named for Gerald Stern, Pittsburgh born poet who has authored a number of volumes of poetry and who won the 59th Fellowship of the Academy of American Poets for distinguished poetic achievement, the Stern Prize provides for a $100 cash award.” See: UPG News Release 5/6/88. For additional information on Stern, See: UPG News Release, 5/7/97. 1st awarded in 1994.]
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize
Carrie Jo Fox, 1st Honorable Mention
Adam MacGregor, 2nd Honorable Mention
Jennifer F. Boch, 3rd Honorable Mention
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize
Andrew Cooper, Honorable Mention
Brett Warman, Honorable Mention
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize
Matt Falo, Second Place
Melissa Barkley, Honorable Mention
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize
Ida B. Wells Journalism Prize, Romy Shinn
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. David Brobec
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. Karen Scott
Scott Turow Fiction Prize. Gregory J. Harold
Ida B. Wells Journalism Prize. Brian Root
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. Gregory Harold
Scott Turow Fiction Prize. Janet Stanley
Ida B. Wells Journalism Prize.Michael Allshouse
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. Joseph Reed
Scott Turow Fiction Prize. Donna Weaver
Ida B. Wells Journalism Prize. Jared Bajkowski
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. Danielle Danna
Scott Turow Fiction Prize. Mark Steinman
Ida B. Wells Prize for Creative Non-Fiction. Julie Stefanko
Ida B. Wells Prize for News Feature Reportage. Adam Matcho
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. Dawn Sherwood
Scott Turow Fiction Prize. Edwin Kunkle
Joan Didion Creative Nonfiction Prize. Laura Poko
Ida B. Wells Prize for Journalism. Adam Matcho
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. Timothy Gebadlo
Scott Turow Fiction Prize. Brandon Cleary
Ida B. Wells Journalism Prize. Christopher Carrolli
Joan Didion Creative Nonfiction Prize. Adam Matcho
Literature Award. Alexandra Gray
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. Timothy Gebadlo; Heather Gustine
Scott Turow Fiction Prize. Jason Downey
Joan Didion Creative Nonfiction Prize. Dylan Nice
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. Kelly Scarff
Scott Turow Fiction Prize. Dylan Nice
Joan Didion Creative Nonfiction Prize. Lorenzo Lista
Ida B. Wells. David Streett
Junior English Literature Prize. Michelle Sarver
Norman McWhinney Scholarship for Excellence in Written Communication Award. Jamie Mathews, Michelle Sarver
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. Alyssa Sauter
Scott Turow Fiction Prize. Michael Zindren
Joan Didion Creative Nonfiction Prize. Joel Gazal
Ida B. Wells. Ashley Macik
Junior English Literature Prize. Matthew Reilly
Norman McWhinney Scholarship for Excellence in Written Communication Award. Kalley Burtnett; Deidre Stuffer
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. Elizabeth Russell
Scott Turow Fiction Prize. Matthew Reilly
Joan Didion Creative Nonfiction Prize. Joy Pinkney
Ida B. Wells. Kirstin Kennedy
Norman McWhinney Scholarship for Excellence in Written Communication Award. Deidre Stuffer; Corey Florindi
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. Kimberly Wolff
Scott Turow Fiction Prize. Megan Hughes
Joan Didion Creative Nonfiction Prize. Janelle Sheetz
Ida B. Wells. Rachel Kuskie
Norman McWhinney Scholarship for Excellence in Written Communication Award. Joseph Saccamago Jr., Corey Florindi
Gerald Stern Poetry Prize. Khalil Zeigler.
Scott Turow Fiction Prize. Elliot Sheedy.
Joan Didion Creative Nonfiction Prize. Kayla Strutt.
Joan Didion Creative Nonfiction Prize. Runner-up: Shannon Sankey
Ida B.Wells Journalism Prize. Kaylie Harper.
Ida B.Wells Journalism Prize. Runner-Up: Manda Morrison
Pitt-Greensburg's Award for Excellence in Digital Media Writing [Awarded 1st time in 2012]. Michelle Boring. Honorable mention: Justin McKeel.
SUMMER SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS EXPERIENCE (SSME)
SURVEY [UPG CAMPUS SURVEY] See: CAMPUS SURVEY
TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS
See: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: World Trade Center Terrorist Attack On
TWENTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY [25th UPG ANNIVERSARY]
See: RG60 History. Anniversaries. 25th, 1988.
See also: RG55 News Clippings [year of anniversary]
See also: RG60 Prints. Anniversary (UPG) 25th 1988 and 25th 1988 Dinner.
UNITED WAY OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY
UPG ARTS AMBASSADORS
UPG AMBASSADORS [UPG PRESIDENTIAL AMBASSADORS]
Presidential Ambassadors Induction Ceremony. 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012
See also: RG60. Ser.: Prints. UPG Ambassadors.
See also: RG60. Ser.: Flash Drive (FD2) UPG Ambassadors Induction Ceremony 2011
UPG CHORALE [UPG COLLEGIATE CHORALE; PITT-GREENSBURG CHORALE; UPG CHORALE & CHAMBER SINGERS]]
Organized Fall, 2001.
Chamber Singers debuted in the Spring 2009 Concert.
UPG COMMUNITY COOKBOOK
UPG COMMUNITY COOKBOOK [published by the UPG Staff Association, Spring, 2000] 88 p. [contains recipes from members of the UPG community and sold at $10 per copy to raise money to support the Frank A. Tosatto Scholarship Fund
UPG CONCERT BAND [BOBCAT CONCERT BAND; UPG Band]
UPG DISTINGUISHED TEACHING, PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, AND SERVICE AWARDS
Initiated in 1992 by the UPG Administration. Awards given for Distinguished Teaching, Professional Development, and Service. First awards given in 1993.
Year Teaching Development Service
1993 Mark McColloch Judith Zimmerman Mary Grace O’Donnell
1994 Richard Blevins Diane Marsh Ruth Kuschmierz
1995 Lillian Beeson Alicia Covarrubias Mary Beth Spore
1996 Anthony Boldurian Rakesh Bhatnagar No Award
1997 Joanne Viano No Award Kerry Holzworth
1998 Sayre Greenfield Frank McGlynn Patricia Duck
1999 Donald Reilly No Award Colette Levin
2000 Walter Orange Stephen Murabito Lillian Beeson
2001 Larry J. Whatule Nancy Florez-Estrada Guy M. Nicoletti
2002 Timothy Savisky Mary Beth Spore Tom Wolf
2003 Martha Koehler No Award Barbara Barnhart
2004 Randi Koeske Sayre Greenfield No Award
2005 Diane Cheek No Award Kerry Holzworth
2006 Shujiang Lu Jeffrey Sposato Christine McCreary
2007 No Award No Award Mark Stauffer
2008 Kelli Maloy Ryad Ghanam Randi Koeske
2009 Elisa Beshero-Bondar Edward Krisner Lou Ann Sears
2010 Matt Luderer William Pamerleau Nancy Estrada
2011 Paul S. Adams Richard L. Blevins Amber McAllister
UPG EMERGING LEADERS DEVELOPMENT SERIES [UPG ELDS]
See also: RG60 Prints. UPG EMERGING LEADERS DEVELOPMENT SERIES--GRADUATION
UPG FAMILIES ASSOCIATION
UPG LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE [STUDENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE]
UPG MANAGEMENT SCIENCES LECTURE SERIES
UPG PERFORMANCE COLLECTIVE
The UPG Performance Collective is a student performance group at UPG. Their first performance as the UPG Performance Collective was THE VISIT by
Friedrich Durrematt, Mar. 23-26, 2000. The group’s first production was THE MEMORANDUM by Vaclav Havel, Nov. 12-14, 1999, and presented under the
name of the UPG PLAYERS. Dr. Kimberley May Jew is the director of the UPG Performance Collective.
See also: RG60 Visual Images--Prints--UPG Peformance Collective.
For posters: See: qRG52 Subject Files. Ser.: UPG Performance Collective.
[filed in Map Case]
UPG PERFORMANCE COLLECTIVE PRODUCTIONS
1999, Nov. 12-14. THE MEMORANDUM by Vaclav Havel.
2000, Mar. 25-26. THE VISIT by Friedrich Durrematt.
2000, Nov. 10-12. BEYOND THERAPY by Christopher Durang.
2001, Mar. 15-18. THE ADDING MACHINE by Elmer Rice.
2001, Apr. 4, 5, 7. SORRY WRONG NUMBER by Lucille Fletcher; ZOO STORY by Edward Albee
2001, Sept. 13-15. UPG Performance Collective Presents THE UPG REGIONAL ONE-ACT FESTIVAL:
THE LITTLE RED GATE By Maureen Jenkins, Directed by Sue Danks;
NOT LIGHTLY CHOSEN by Robert C.Wittig, Directed by Christopher Scott.
2001, Nov. 7-10. THE LION IN WINTER by James Goldman.
2002, Mar. 21-23 SUBURBIA by Eric Bogosian. [UPG lacks program]
2002, Nov. 6-9 SUCH FOOLISH AFFECTED LADIES by Moliere
2003, Mar. 21-22 TALKING WITH by Jane Martin
2003, Nov. 20-22 R.U.R. (ROSSUM'S UNIVERSAL ROBOTS)
2004, April 1-3 FOOL FOR LOVE by Sam Shepard
UPG PLAYERS [VARIANT NAMES: PITT-GREENSBURG DRAMA CLUB; PITT- GREENSBURG LITTLE THEATER; PITT AT GREENSBURG LITTLE THEATER; LITTLE PITT-GREENSBURG THEATER]
See: qRG52 Ser.: UPG Players for oversize materials.
See also: RG60 Visual Images--Prints--UPG Players
RG60 Visual Images--Video Cassettes--VII. Performing Arts--UPG Players
UPG PLAYERS PRODUCTIONS*
As [PITT-GREENSBURG LITTLE THEATER]:
1967, Dec. 1-2. THE SANDBOX by Edward Albee; HELLO OUT THERE by William Saroyan.
1968, Mar. 6-8. HARVEY by Mary Chase.
1968, Dec. HOCUS-POCUS by Jack Poppelwell.
1969, Aug. 31-Sept. 2. THE ACTING LESSON by William Simms; MRS. DOLLY HAS A LOVER by William Hanley.
[1969, Nov. 19-22]. THE LADY’S NOT FOR BURNING by Christopher Fry.
1969, Mar. 13-15. ANTIGONE by Jean Anouilh.
As PITT-Greensburg DRAMA CLUB:
1979, April 6-8 INHERIT THE WIND by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee
1980, Mar. 28-30. THE TRAGEDY OF RAGWEED COWBOY JOE by I. E. Clark
1981, Apr. 10, 11, 12 THE THREEPENNY OPERA by Bertold Brecht.
1982, Jan. 30 FERRY BOAT: THE ZOO STORY by Edward Albee.
1984, Mar. 22, 23 SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY by Edgar Lee Masters.
1985, Mar. 22, 23 UNIVERSITY by Jon Jorry
1986, Mar. 21, 22 24 HOURS-AM PLUS [15 mini-play written by various artists]
1987, Apr. 3-4. THE MOUSE THAT ROARED by Ryan T. Shaffer.
1988, Apr. 14, 15, 16 DARK OF THE MOON by Howard Richardson and William Berney.
1989, Apr. 6, 7, 8 A THURBER CARNIVAL AND OTHER FABLES by James Thurber.
1990, Apr. 5, 6, 7 ANIMAL FARM by George Orwell; LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE by Stephen Vincent Benet.
1991, Apr. 4, 5, 6 THE INSECT PLAY by Karel Capek
As UPG PLAYERS:
1997, Nov. 20, 21. Two One Act Comedies by Anton Chekhov: THE PROPOSAL and THE BEAR.
2000, Mar. 30, 31. OVERRULED by Georges Bernard Shaw; DOUBLES by Georges Feydeau.
2001, Mar. 22, 23. FIT TO BE TRIED by Georges Feydeau; ‘DENTITY CRISIS by Chrisopher Durang.
* This list of Productions may be incomplete; this list includes only those which have been indentified. [faz 3/27/01]
UPG PRESIDENT'S SCHOLARSHIP FUND
UPG SAFETY COMMITTEE
UPG SPORTS PEP BAND
UPG STAFF ASSOCIATION
UPG STAFF RECOGNITION PROGRAM [ANNUAL HOLIDAY LUNCHEON AND STAFF RECOGNITION PROGRAM]
For photographs See Also RG60 Visual Images--Prints--Staff Awards Luncheon
UPG THEATER DEPT. PRODUCTIONS [UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT GREENSBURG THEATRE COMPANY; PITT-THEATRE COMPANY; PITT GREENSBURG THEATRE COMPANY]
2004 Nov. 18-20. PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE by Steve Martin. [First production directed by Tavia La Follette.] See also: qRG52 Subject Files--UPG Theater Dept. Productions. Poster. [housed in Map Case]
2005 Apr. 14-16. FAUST: A MASKED TELLING. Tavia La Follette, director, artist, mask designer; David Kwiatkoski [Dave Kaye], scenic designer and technical director; Dan Fisher, stage manager and sound designer; Sheila Confer, lighting director.
2005, Nov. 17-19. THE COMPLEAT WORKS OF SHAKESPEARE (ABRIDGED) written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield. Directed by Stephen A. Schrum.
2006, Mar. 23-25. MEDEA by Euripides. Translation by Ian Johnston, Malaspina University-College, Nanaimo, BC, Canada. Choral ode texts by Steven Schrum. Original music composed by Jade Shames except choral odes music by Amie Millward.
For DVD, See: RG60 DVD 1 MEDEA
2006, Sept. 28. The UPG Theatre Company presents a staged reading of “H-BOMB: FISSION, FUSION, FISSION”, the drams of the Teller-Ulam dispute, by Helene Smith and Charles Haldane.
2006, Oct. 5. IMMACULATE MISCONCEPTIONS. A monologue performance by Stephen A. Schrum. Special Musical Guest Jeremy dePrisco. [For first performance, June 16, 18, 2006, See: RG52 Ser.: Programs (Miscellaneous).]
2007, Jan. 25. PITT-GREENSBURG’S RED-EYE PROJECT
2007, Feb. 2-4. GREENSBURG AMERICAN OPERA CO.
THE TELEPHONE by Gian Carlo Menotti; THE IMPRESSARIO by W. A. Mozart.
For DVD, See: RG60 DVD 4 THE TELEPHONE & THE IMPRESSARIO.
2007, Mar. 29-31. MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN by Bertolt Brecht.
featuring original music composed for the show by Pitt @ Greensburg students Ashley Peer, Chad Smith and Eric Durant.
For DVD, See: RG60 DVD 5A, B MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN
2007, November 15-17. HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES by John Guare. Music and Lyrics by John Guare. Directed by Stephen A. Schrum. For DVD, See: RG60 DVD 9A, B. THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES.
2008, April 3-5. THE MISER by Moliere. For DVD, See; RG60 DVD 10A, B. THE MISER.
See also: RG52 Subject Files. Ser.: Greensburg American Opera.
2008, November 20-22, Four one-act plays: HARD CANDY by Jonathan Rand; LIFELINE by Douglas Craven; 4:48 PSYCHOSIS by Sarah Kane; ACTOR'S NIGHTMARE by Christopher Durang. For DVD, see RG60 DVD 11A, B. "AN EVENING OF ONE ACTS".
2009, April 2, 3, 4. WONDER OF THE WORLD by David Lindsay-Abaire.
For DVD, see RG60 DVD 12A, B. WONDER OF THE WORLD
2009, November 19-21. THE DUCHESS OF MALFI by John Webster.
For DVD, See: RG60 DVD13, THE DUCHESS OF MALFI
2010, March 24-27. URINETOWN, THE MUSICAL. Music by Mark Hollman, Lyrics by Mark Hollman & Greg Kotis, Book by Greg Kotis.
For DVD, See: RG60 DVD 14A,B. URINETOWN
Touring Production, THE TELLTALE POE [UPG News Release 9/20/10]
PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM. Entered in KCACTF (Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival [UPG News Release 9/29/10]
Pitt-Greensburg Theatre Company to Present "You Can't Take It With You" [News Release 3/23/11]
2010, November 18-20. PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM by Woody Allen.
For DVD, See: RG60 DVD 15 A, B. PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM
2011, March 31, April 1-2. YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU by Moss Hart & George Kaufman.
For DVD, See: RG60 DVD 16, YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU.
2011/12 Season ["Origin and Invention"]
News Release: 10/27/11 Pitt-Greensburg Theatre Company to perform Greek tragedy.
News Release: 4/10/12 MEDIA ALERT: The Red Eye Project
2011, Nov. 17, 18, 19, 20. HIPPOLYTUS by Euripides.
For DVD, See: RG60 DVD20, HIPPOLYTUS.
2011, Dec. 1-2 PROMOTHEUS BOUND by Aeschylus. [A blended reality event performed in the online 3D world
of Second Life. UPG Ferguson Theater, Dec. 1-2, 2011. For DVD, See: RG60 DVD 22 PROMETHUS BOUND
2012, Mar. 22-25. DOG ASSASSIN created by Stephen Schrum with collaborator Jeremy dePrisco.
For DVD, See: RG60 DVD 21A,B DOG ASSASSIN
2012, Apr. 14-15. RED EYE PROJECT [creates drama in 24 hours].
2012, Nov. 15-18. ARSENIC AND OLD LACE by Joseph Kesserling.
2013, Feb. 16-17. RED EYE PROJECT (2nd Annual)
2013, Apr. 4-5. ELEANOR: AN AMERICAN LOVE STORY. Music by Thomas Tierney, Lyrics by John Forster, Book by Jonathan Bolt.
VIRA I. HEINZ SCHOLARSHIP
2010 Glera Jupiter; Christina Mizer; Chelsea Walker
2011 Allison Brichacek, Kelsey Salerno, Nicole Williams
2012 Angel Rohal, Sarah Adams
VOICE MASTERCLASS RECITAL [The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Interdisciplinary Arts Program]
2011, April 4
WESTMORELAND WALKS: TAKING STEPS AGAINST CANCER
1st Annual, Sept. 23-28, 2002.
WIRSING COLLECTION See: HELEN WIRSING COLLECTION
WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH
WORLD TRADE CENTER, TERRORIST ATTACK ON. SEPT. 11, 2001
Includes: Comments, via e-mail, to the University of Pittsburgh University Community from Chancellor Mark A. Nordenberg; remarks by UPG President Frank A. Cassell at the Sept. 17, 2001 memorial service for the victims of the Sept. 11 attack; copies of various campus e-mail in re the event; newspaper clippings; program for the Memorial Services held Sept. 17, 2001 at noon. Includes : flyer, "UPG Remembers 9.11, a noon-rembrance ceremony 9/11 2002"; file contains a DVD copy of the "World Trade Center Tribute 9/11/2001".
WRITERS FESTIVAL [UPG'S WRITERS FESTIVAL]
8th, 2009 March 16-21
9th, 2010 March 22-26
10th, 2011 March 14-18
11th, 2012 April 9-12
WRITING AWARDS See: STUDENT WRITING AWARDS [UPG STUDENT WRITING AWARDS]
WRITTEN/SPOKEN READING SERIES
Replaced the “Pitt Pat” Award Program in Oct., 2000.