Saturday, September 27, 2008
Join us for a 10:00 a.m. shotgun start at Cherry Creek Golf Club. The outing benefits the alumni association, athletics and the President’s Scholarship.

Cost is $115 per golfer or $460 per foursome. You also can show your support for the University and its mission by becoming a sponsor of the event. For information on sponsorships, please contact Emily Hayburn, coordinator of development, at 724-836-7039. To register for the outing, contact Emily or visit Our fabulous prizes include:
  • A Golfer’s Dream Package (special raffle for foursomes with cart from)
    • Allegheny Country Club
    • Latrobe Country Club
    • Greensburg Country Club
    • Hannastown Golf Club
    • Totteridge Golf Club
  • Mazda 3 – Hole-in-one prize courtesy of Smail Mazda
  • 40-inch Bravia LCD Flat-Panel HDTV – longest-drive prize, valued at $1,200, courtesy of Sony Technology Center Pittsburgh
  • Two roundtrip tickets courtesy of Southwest Airlines

If you, or a family member, are planning a wedding, why not consider getting married in the new Campana Chapel & Lecture Center located on the Pitt-Greensburg campus. This beautiful facility was dedicated in November 2007 and is only available to those people who have a direct affiliation with the University. (Immediate family members include parents, grandparents, children, grandchildren, brothers and sisters.) We are now accepting reservations.  If you would like to request more information about reserving the chapel, including a complete set of guidelines, please call Nancy Murphy in Alumni Affairs at
724-836-7496 or



November 12, 2008
Our second annual speed interviewing event will be held Wednesday, Nov. 12. The evening will allow Pitt-Greensburg juniors and seniors to sharpen their skills as they are “interviewed” by alumni and community volunteers. Again this year, reporter Jennifer Miele, Westmoreland Bureau chief for WTAE-TV, will serve as hostess. Please watch upcoming e-newsletters and for more information concerning how you can help prepare our students for successful internships and job searches.

December 5, 2008
The Pitt-Greensburg Alumni Association invites alumni and friends to a wine-tasting event at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5, at Mountain View Inn, just east of Greensburg. Watch for more information in upcoming newsletters and on our Web site.



Dr. Brian Moreland (Class of 1998): Brian is a chiropractor at Fay West Chiropractic in Mount Pleasant. He lives in Hempfield Township with his wife, Rachel, and their dog, Cody. He graduated from Pitt-Greensburg with a bachelor of science in psychology.

Vice President

Dr. Mary Lynn Yothers (Class of 1980): Mary Lynn worked for 16 years as a case manager for Westmoreland County before leaving that position to attend Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic. She graduated in March 2002 and practices with Yothers Chiropractic Center. 


Sandra Wolk Schimizzi attended the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg from 1971-1973 and as a freshman met her husband, David Schimizzi, who was then a sophomore. At Pitt-Greensburg, she was vice president of the Student Government Association and a student member of the Faculty Senate. She received her bachelor of arts in speech and hearing science from Pitt in 1975 and received my master’s degree in rehabilitation in 1976. She works as a rehabilitation counselor for Intracorp. Her husband graduated from Pitt Dental School in 1978. They have a son, Alex.


Brian Root (Class of 2004): Brian is the treasure of the PGAA and is the resident director at Pitt-Greensburg. He graduated with his bachelor’s degree in English writing at Pitt-Greensburg and earned his master’s degree in 2006 from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in student affairs in higher education. Brian is involved with to the Kiwanis Club of Greensburg and the Central Westmoreland Habitat for Humanity. 

For more information on upcoming events:


Phone 724-836-7496

Pitt-Greensburg Alumni Affairs at or 724-836-7496