New research from the University’s Chronic Pain Consortium might have fewer doctors asking patients to “Tell me where it hurts” and eventually, allow patients to receive a drug in a precise location—creating fewer side effects and enabling a smaller dose of medication to be effective.
For the seventh consecutive year, Duquesne beat its Atlantic 10 conference rivals in green power usage to be named the 2013-2014 Individual Conference Champion by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its College & University Green Power Challenge.
Drs. Fraser Fleming, John F. Stolz and Nancy Trun are the newest inductees into Duquesne’s Research Hall of Fame, an honor that recognizes outstanding research endeavors through sponsored research funding, research impact and/or funding amounts.
To help employees navigate their benefit options for the new plan year, various information sessions explaining specific benefit topics will be held starting on Monday, April 28.
This summer, the University is offering employees the opportunity to work out their brain, creative genius and body. More than 500 academic courses will be offered in summer sessions, plus a writing camp for high schoolers, an online writing workshop for adults and kids’ sports camps.
The Duquesne Women’s Guild will host its annual fashion show and luncheon on Sunday, April 27, at 11:30 a.m. in the Union Ballroom. This year’s theme is Springtime in Paris.
A reading of life stories from the Hill District will be presented by Duquesne and Focus Pittsburgh.
Through the Red Masquers’ One Acts for Charity fundraiser, the Duquesne theater group will be accepting donations to support a local organization.
More than 90 projects compiled by 138 undergraduate students were reviewed by the campus and outside community during the sixth annual Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium.
Members of the campus community withstood spring snow on April 15 to witness the groundbreaking for the construction of The Genesius Project, Duquesne’s new multipurpose theater, which will be built on Seitz Street adjacent to the Mary Pappert School of Music.
Grants Received [April 23, 2014]
Funds totaling $8,500 were recently received by the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences.
Faculty & Staff Spotlight [April 23, 2014]
What have Dr. Antony Davies, Dr. Leesa M. Dibartola and Jane Moriarty been up to?
DU in the News [April 2014]
News coverage highlighting Duquesne’s experts and initiatives.
- Grants Received [April 23, 2014]
Spring Break Trips Engage Students in Other Cultures
Spiritan Campus Minister Kate Lecci, who participated in the migrant farmworker experience in Florida, shares how Duquesne students, faculty and staff share of themselves and learn about others over spring break.
- Spring Break Trips Engage Students in Other Cultures