The Rev. Sean Hogan, C.S.Sp., will conclude his service as executive vice president for student life on June 30, 2015, and will take on a new role in the fall. The longest-serving member of the University’s cabinet, Hogan has led the division under three presidents since his initial appointment in 1986.
The School of Nursing’s Rita M. McGinley Symposium, slated for tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 23, and Friday, Oct. 24, has been relocated and will now be held in the Union Ballroom instead of the Power Center.
The School of Law achieved a first-time taker pass rate of 91.56 percent on the July 2014 Pennsylvania Bar Examination. This result placed Duquesne third out of 10 Pennsylvania area law schools, behind only the University of Pennsylvania and Villanova University.
Just four weeks into this year’s United Way Campaign the University is nearly halfway to its $105,000 goal.
As a tribute to its unique Spiritan legacy and as a means to strengthen the transformation of students and communities, Duquesne is raising its community engagement to the next level.
The School of Law’s Criminal Justice Program will host a discussion about criminal justice, race and the media in America at a special public event that will feature Mark O’Mara, defense attorney for George Zimmerman.
The School of Education’s third community forum on Oct. 15 continued creating community dialogue around social justice’s role in public education—anchoring new approaches for teachers and defining education in young peoples’ lives, said Dr. Gretchen Givens Generett, associate dean and director of the Canevin Center for Educational Transformation and Social Justice.
Dr. Joseph Sheehan saw a great opportunity when a colleague suggested last spring that he apply for a Rev. Alphons Loogman, C.S.Sp., Faculty Research Grant. Sponsored by the Center for African Studies, the Loogman grants support research that reflects the University’s commitment to and emphasis on Africa.
As America moves toward the food-celebratory holiday season, the Division of Mission and Identity is sponsoring a three-part series looking at how each of us connects to the systemic issues of food security and labor.
The Italian Classic Film Festival hosted on Duquesne’s campus continues with a screening of The Easy Life/Il Sorpasso.
Faculty & Staff Spotlight [October 22, 2014]
What have Dr. Stanley Kabala, Kirsha Weyandt Trychta and Dr. George Yancy been up to?
DU in the News [October 2014]
News coverage highlighting Duquesne’s experts and initiatives.
Grants Received [October 22, 2014]
Funds totaling $100,000 were recently received by the Office of Research.
- Faculty & Staff Spotlight [October 22, 2014]
Mission Matters: The Spiritan Heritage in Greek Life
Heritage Week provides a great opportunity to take the time to see how the Spiritans are involved on campus in ways that we may not even realize.
- Mission Matters: The Spiritan Heritage in Greek Life