Washington Monthly has again touted Duquesne as being a school where students get the “best bang for the buck.”
David L. Harper has been named director of athletics at Duquesne. His combination of leadership, athletics expertise and fundraising achievements uniquely position him to strategically build Duquesne’s program.
Grants Fund Research Supporting Young Turkish Refugees, Improving Health of African-American Moms and BabiesSeptember 2, 2015
In a new initiative that illustrates the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration and community-engaged research at Duquesne, two projects have been selected to receive initial seed funding through the Office of the Provost, the Center for Community-Engaged Teaching and Research (CETR) and the Office of Research.
Endangered snow leopards seem like models of cold, high-altitude survival, despite so many odds. Yet unlike many animals that live in thin air, snow leopards have not evolved their hemoglobin proteins to carry more oxygen.
Improving communication and cooperation between Christians and Muslims was the focus of a recent trip to Turkey taken by an interdisciplinary team of six University faculty members this summer.
Community Uncorked, the monthly gathering of Duquesne’s community-engaged faculty and community partners, will kick off the new semester with its Wednesday, Sept. 9, gathering.
With three separate bills that propose the legalization of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania currently pending in the state legislature, an interdisciplinary group of experts will present on and discuss the various aspects of the medical marijuana debate at the next Forensic Fridays session at Duquesne.
Renovations have continued in Rockwell Hall, home to the business school.
Faculty & Staff Spotlight [September 2, 2015]
What has Dr. James Weber been up to?
DU in the News [September 2015]
News coverage highlighting Duquesne’s experts and initiatives.
Grants Received [August 26, 2015]
Funds totaling $160,000 were awarded to the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences and the School of Education.
- Faculty & Staff Spotlight [September 2, 2015]
New Crowdfunding, Urban Plunge Initiatives Boost Cross-Cultural Missions
While Spring Break provides an opportunity for students to vacation or stay home for relaxation, 65 Duquesne students and staff will take this time to embark on Cross-Cultural Mission Experiences (CCME) that will impact six different areas in the country.
- New Crowdfunding, Urban Plunge Initiatives Boost Cross-Cultural Missions