The newly refurbished Crucifix, one of the most recognized religious symbols on campus, will be installed on Thursday, March 6, (weather permitting) at its new location in the grassy area between the Rockwell Hall skywalk and the upper entrance to the School of Health Sciences.
Construction is slated to begin next month on a $4.5 million, 10,500 square-foot black box theater on Seitz Street, next to the School of Music. A groundbreaking ceremony for the campus community is scheduled for Tuesday, April 1.
Duquesne has again been named to the Princeton Review’s Fire Safety Aid Honor Roll. Only 23 institutions were chosen from more than 1,165 included in the Princeton Review’s The Best 378 Colleges and The Complete Book of Colleges.
The high quality of undergraduate research at Duquesne will be showcased at upcoming state and national educational gatherings, marking the first time that the University has sent student-researchers to either event.
Spiritans will share their missionary experiences and recognizing Christ in different cultures during this year’s reflection on the Lenten season, led by the Division of Mission and Identity.
Tickets to Pittsburgh Penguins, Steelers and Pirates games are among the items available for bid in the online segment of the Public Interest Law Association (PILA) Annual Auction. The online auction is available by visiting www.duq.edu/law/pilaauction.
To help bolster the Duquesne University Women’s Guild Endowed Scholarship fund, the guild will sponsor a fundraising party featuring Miche’s collection of customizable handbags with interchangeable shells, accessories and jewelry.
Dr. John A. Pollock, associate professor of biological sciences, will present the March 10 edition of Carnegie Science Center’s Café Scientifique, a monthly event for adults interested in the latest science and technology news.
The School of Leadership and Professional Advancement will kick off its Leadership Breakfast Series for the semester with Look Before You Lead: Leadership Starts Within, on Tuesday, March 11, from 8 to 10 a.m. in the Power Center Ballroom. A continental breakfast will be served at 7:30 a.m.
Faculty Spotlight [March 5, 2014]
What have Drs. Pat Arneson, Jan Janecka, John Pollock, Ralph A. Wheeler and George Yancy been up to?
DU in the News [March 2014]
News coverage highlighting Duquesne’s experts and initiatives.
Grants Received [February 26, 2014]
Funds totaling $43,333 were recently received by the School of Education, the Mylan School of Pharmacy and the Duquesne Tamburitzans.
- Faculty Spotlight [March 5, 2014]
Talking Turkey: Drive Stays in the Background to Help Needy Families
For the eighth consecutive year, the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is helping needy families in Pittsburgh obtain turkeys for their holiday meals.
- Talking Turkey: Drive Stays in the Background to Help Needy Families