As part of the University’s ongoing civil discourse series, officers from the Department of Public Safety and the City of Pittsburgh Bureau of Police will discuss their views on current policing, their efforts in the community and how they are personally connecting with college-aged individuals.
President Kenneth G. Gormley has approved the promotion and tenure of the following faculty members:
More than 200 members of the Duquesne community joined President Ken Gormley this morning for a prayer service and reception with the Most Reverend David A. Zubik, D.D., bishop of the Pittsburgh diocese.
A video submitted by Duquesne’s Strong Women, Strong Girls chapter is one of only 10 entries selected as national finalists in the Zip Car Students with Drive contest, and the University community can help them win.
The Department of Journalism & Multimedia Arts to Launch New Name at its Celebration of Excellence EventMarch 22, 2017
The Department of Journalism & Multimedia Arts (JMA) in the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts will officially be known as the Department of Media beginning Tuesday, March 28, at the department’s annual Celebration of Excellence.
The Office of International Programs has been working hard to make international students feel welcomed and included within the Duquesne community, and a new initiative will bring them into the homes of faculty and staff.
As part of Duquesne’s Spring 2017 Big Read initiative, Gumberg Library will host a campus visit from Julie Otsuka, author of the program’s featured novel, When the Emperor Was Divine.
The Digital Humanities in the 21st Century series continues with a two-day event that features panel presentations from Duquesne and visiting scholars who will focus on digital humanities and academic projects, followed by a workshop on designing projects that incorporate digital humanities into the classroom.
Duquesne Women in Philosophy has built the agenda for their fourth annual conference around conceptual discussions of life itself.
The Final Round of the Campus Superstar vocal competition will feature two Mary Pappert School of Music students this weekend.
What does it mean to build authentic relationships in communities closest to campus?
The Easter Triduum, a three-day period of prayer that begins with the Vigil of Holy Thursday, will be the focus of the next Libermann Lenten Luncheon to be held at noon on Tuesday, March 28, in the Africa Room.
The campus Coffee House Reading Series continues with poetry readings from Ellen McGrath Smith and Elizabeth Robinson at the Genesius Theater on Thursday, March 23, at 7 p.m.
A special plenary session hosted by the Division of Academic Affairs that was originally scheduled for February has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 28.
UCLA professor of anthropology C. Jason Throop will present a roundtable discussion on the moral mood of regret on Friday, March 31, from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in Rockwell Hall’s McGinley Conference Room.
An initiative between Duquesne’s Women in Science (WIS@DU) organization and various community partners will bring more than 100 middle school-aged girls to campus for a workshop that will teach them to stand up for themselves and find their voice.
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