University of Pittsburgh Titusville education and training hub awarded $1.2 million grant
Sept. 29, 2020—Representatives from the U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday announced a $1.2 million grant to support educational programming at the Education and Training Hub at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville.
“This grant is an investment into the future growth and development – as well as the future health – of this region,” said Dr. Catherine Koverola, president of Pitt-Titusville. “It will enable us to develop a manufacturing assistance center and a medical assistant program at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville Education and Training Hub. We are excited to see this innovative model develop.” Read the full story at YourErie.com.
Pitt-Titusville Education and Training Hub Starts Fall Term
Aug. 24, 2020—In-person classes began today, Monday, Aug. 24, at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville’s Education and Training Hub, where several precautions have been put in place to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
“We are excited to begin this new chapter in Pitt-Titusville’s history,” said President Catherine Koverola. “Our new Education and Training Hub will serve this region well as it meets the education and workforce training needs of our residents.” Read the full story in Pittwire »
Community Celebrates Launch of Education, Training Hub
Oct. 7, 2019—Representatives from the organizations collaborating to develop the new Education and Training Hub at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville sign a memorandum of understanding Friday to officially launch the hub.
Coming to Pitt-Titusville: Academic, career programs
Aug. 16, 2019—Pitt will team with regional college and innovative Pittsburgh-based training center to transform its Titusville campus.
University of Pittsburgh Welcomes Three Partners in Development of Education Training Campus Hub
Aug. 9, 2019—Three partners have announced their commitment to join with the University of Pittsburgh to develop Titusville’s new Education and Training Hub, which will offer new and enhanced academic and workforce training programs beginning August 2020.
Pitt–Titusville decides not to use two housing facilities in new hub plan
Aug. 8, 2019—Pitt–Titusville has transferred two campus properties — Murdock Townhouses and Joe M. Ball Residence Hall — to the city of Titusville in accordance with a 1965 agreement.
Pitt-Titusville transfers two campus properties to City of Titusville
Aug. 2, 2019—The University of Pittsburgh at Titusville has transferred two campus properties to the City of Titusville in accordance with a 1965 agreement between the two.
University of Pittsburgh at Titusville awarded $1 million grant for upgrades to Haskell Library
Aug. 1, 2019—The Commonwealth is making a seven figure investment in the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville.
State invests $2 million into Pitt-Titusville's 'Hub' model
Aug. 10, 2018—The transformation of the University of Pittsburgh-Titusville campus into an education and training hub took a leap forward Thursday with a commitment from the state to invest $2 million in the project.
State commits $2M to Pitt-Titusville training hub
Aug. 9, 2018—The state will commit $2 million for the development of a training and education hub at the University of Pittsburgh's Titusville campus. Pitt will match those funds for a total of $4 million in investment into the Crawford County campus, according to a news release.
University of Pittsburgh Board of Trustees Endorses Next Steps for Education and Training Campus Hub for Pitt-Titusville
Feb. 23, 2018—University of Pittsburgh trustees today approved a new vision for the Pitt–Titusville campus. At the board’s annual February meeting, members moved to enlist state, county and educational partners to create a vibrant, multi-institution education and training hub that will serve the six-county region.
State, University of Pittsburgh commit $4M to UPT campus
Aug. 9, 2018—Following a rocky year for the University of Pittsburgh’s Titusville (UPT) campus, the state and the University of Pittsburgh will commit $4 million to renovate the existing buildings into classroom spaces where traditional courses and region-specific job training will be provided.