They Heart Art—Levine, That Is
To salute Arthur S. Levine as he moves into his new station in life as dean emeritus of the School of Medicine; senior vice chancellor emeritus, health sciences; and executive director of the Brain Institute, Pitt held a surprise parade on June 16. About 65 carloads of fans made their way past his home in Pittsburgh’s Shadyside neighborhood on a sunny Tuesday afternoon, abiding by social distancing guidelines.
His wife, Linda Melada, managed to get her husband out of the house by telling him that a classic car was coming by soon.
Levine helmed the schools of the health sciences for more than 20 years.