Computing and Technology Services (CTS) will implement a new standardized login page later this month for Office 365, CTS Cold Fusion web applications, DORI and single sign-on applications such as FAMIS that are accessed via DORI.
Dr. Devika Manickam, assistant professor of pharmaceutics in the School of Pharmacy, recently received a 2017 New Investigator Award from the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP).
A free screening of Salam Neighbor, part of the University’s 10th annual Human Rights Film Series, is set for Monday, Jan. 23, at 7 p.m. in Room 105 of College Hall. This award-winning film documents the experiences of the first filmmakers allowed to reside within Jordan’s Za’atari Syrian refugee camp.
An upcoming performance inspired by literary character Odysseus’ famous exploits has been described as part lecture, part musical performance and part interactive discussion.
The Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law’s next Forensic Friday session will delve into the increasing use of body-worn cameras by law enforcement agencies nationwide.
More than 50 faculty, staff and students from Duquesne have filled a bus going to Washington, D.C., to participate in the Jan. 21 Women’s March on Washington.
An initiative to explore the power harnessed by small changes in teaching and learning has inspired a new series of workshops presented by the Center for Teaching Excellence this spring.
The Center for African Studies is accepting applications for the Rev. Alphons Loogman, C.S.Sp., Faculty Research grant. Two grants of $6,000 each will be awarded this year and may be used to support a portion of a multi-phase research project.
Colleges Against Cancer, Duquesne’s student affiliate for the American Cancer Society, has resumed its popular Daffodil Days campaign. A universal symbol of hope and life, daffodils are sold each spring through Daffodil Days campaigns across the country to raise awareness and funds for the fight against cancer.
Duquesne President Ken Gormley and his wife Laura welcomed students back for the spring semester with coffee and donuts this morning, Jan. 18, in the Towers Multipurpose Room and in the Union.
Numerous Duquesne students, faculty and staff commemorated Martin Luther King Day by attending the Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s Martin Luther King Celebration Luncheon on Jan. 13.
Grants Received [January 18, 2017]
Funds totaling $216,809 were recently received by the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences (BSNES), the School of Pharmacy and the School of Nursing.
Faculty & Staff Spotlight [January 18, 2017]
What have Drs. Aimee Kane and Kathleen Sekula been up to?
DU in the News [January 2017]
News coverage highlighting Duquesne’s experts and initiatives.
- Grants Received [January 18, 2017]
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