Duquesne University and FLAG Therapeutics Inc. have entered into a licensing agreement for two novel classes of dual-acting, water-soluble drugs designed to target and destroy cancer cells.
In its inaugural rankings of the Best Colleges for Veterans to help veterans pursue a college education under the Post-9/11 GI Bill, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Duquesne No. 24 in the nation.
AffordableCollegesOnline.org (ACO) has recognized Duquesne as one of the top schools in Pennsylvania for the quality and affordability of its online programs.
If you want to recruit students to your program, it makes sense to go to where they are.
In the case of the School of Nursing’s doctoral programs, that place is online.
Dr. Paula Sammarone Turocy, associate professor of athletic training in the Rangos School of Health Sciences, has been named director of he University’s Pre-Health Advisement Programs, effective Jan. 1.
Opportunity to learn about fair trade and to shop fair trade vendors happens this week during the annual Fair Trade Week.
The Red Masquers will present the 37th annual Premieres, one-act plays that are written by students, alumni and faculty and then produced exclusively by student directors, actors and crews. The performances will take place at 8 p.m. on Dec. 4-7 in the Peter Mills Auditorium, Rockwell Hall.
The Student Government Association’s annual Night of Lights event, Silver Bells, is this Thursday, Dec. 5. All faculty, staff, students and their families are invited to come light up campus in celebration of the Christmas season.
As a key part of the University’s core curriculum, service-learning courses provide more than a way for students to learn practical ways of giving back—they provide a means for students to utilize new-found classroom skills while making an impact on others’ lives.
The Center for Catholic Intellectual Tradition will host the second in a series of conversations on Catholic Artistic Imagination from 3:30 to 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 6, in Room 613 of the Union.
President Charles J. Dougherty invites all faculty and staff to celebrate the season at the Holiday Staff Awards Luncheon on Thursday, Dec. 19, at noon in the Union Ballroom.
Gumberg Library and the School of Law recently donated library fixtures and electronics to several local nonprofits in an effort to support sustainable practices and reduce resource consumption.
Books of all types for children and adults will be offered for sale Dec. 6–13 at the Scholastic Holiday Book Fair.
The interdependence of diversity and leadership will be explored at the upcoming installment of the Leadership Breakfast Series on Tuesday, Dec. 10.
Non-scientists might not consider metals in the environment and our bodies as a gripping topic, but might feel differently about discussing the impact of lead paint on children, the cancer risk cadmium holds for humans and the effect of zinc on the common cold.
As a Spiritan institution, mission lies at the heart of all we do at Duquesne.
Grants Received [December 4, 2013]
Funds totaling $42,365 were recently received by the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences.
Faculty Spotlight [December 4, 2013]
What has Dr. Moni McIntyre been up to?
DU in the News [December 2013]
News coverage highlighting Duquesne’s experts and initiatives.
- Grants Received [December 4, 2013]
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