Assistant Physical Therapy Professor Dr. Regina Harbourne is leading the first national randomized controlled study of an intervention targeting the development of infants’ early motor skills to advance problem solving.
Some of the country’s leading presidential historians will gather at Duquesne University on Monday, Nov. 7, to discuss the power of the presidency and its role in the United States’ constitutional system.
Gumberg Library, in conjunction with its Beyond All Repair exhibit, is hosting a Combat Paper Workshop during which participants learn how to make “combat paper” from old, shredded military uniforms.
An initiative to better understand global health concerns across campus has brought together faculty and staff from the health disciplines. The Global Health Matters initiative grew from a University-wide survey distributed in April to assess global health teaching, research and service activities at Duquesne.
As the number of faculty, graduate students and administrators reflecting on the idea of a Spiritan pedagogy continues to grow, the Center for the Catholic Intellectual Tradition (CCIT) continues to offer a venue in which the conversation can take place.
The Rev. Robert Dowd, C.S.C., associate professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame, and Elaine Linn, executive director of the Consortium for Educational Resources on Islamic Studies (CERIS), will share their thoughts on Islam today and their experience of inter-religious relations at an upcoming campus lecture.
The Center for Pharmacy Care will host the second of three campus flu shot clinics on Thursday, Nov. 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the second floor of the Union.
School of Nursing Professor Dr. Patricia Watts Kelley was among 165 nurse leaders inducted as a fellow to the prestigious American Academy of Nursing (AAN) during the AAN’s annual Transforming Health, Driving Policy Conference, on Oct. 22, in Washington, D.C.
Members of the Department of History recently collaborated to revitalize and improve its annual forum, an event that has been held for nearly 50 years.
Dr. Josie Badger addressed nearly 200 members of the campus community at the Oct. 24 United Way luncheon.
DU in the News [October 2016]
News coverage highlighting Duquesne’s experts and initiatives.
Grants Received [October 19, 2016]
Funds totaling $18,962 were recently received by the Small Business Development Center.
Grants Received [October 12, 2016]
Funds totaling $117,439 were recently received by the Rangos School of Health Sciences, the A.J. Palumbo School of Business Administration, the School of Nursing and the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences.
- DU in the News [October 2016]
Spring Clean-Up: More Than Picking Up Litter and Planting
The 27th annual Spring Clean-Up is a one-day, large-scale litter pick-up and greening event that takes place throughout the South Side and Greater Hill District neighborhoods; however, it is much more than that.
- Spring Clean-Up: More Than Picking Up Litter and Planting