Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl has recognized Dr. Thomas Mattei, associate dean of pharmacy, and Terri Kroh, director of the Center for Pharmacy Services, with the first-ever Youth Spotlight Award. The two were honored for their collaborative efforts to develop and implement service programs on behalf of the pharmacy school and the center, enabling first- and fourth-year student pharmacists from Duquesne to provide health services and educational programs to underserved City of Pittsburgh residents.
The mayor’s Youth Spotlight Award celebrates the efforts of young people in Pittsburgh who work to give back and make a difference in their communities and in the lives of their neighbors.
Grants Received [April 15, 2015]
Funds totaling $252,964 were received by the Mylan School of Pharmacy and the School of Nursing.
Faculty & Staff Spotlight [April 15, 2015]
What has Dr. Marilyn J. Narey been up to?
DU in the News [April 2015]
News coverage highlighting Duquesne’s experts and initiatives.
- Grants Received [April 15, 2015]
New Crowdfunding, Urban Plunge Initiatives Boost Cross-Cultural Missions
While Spring Break provides an opportunity for students to vacation or stay home for relaxation, 65 Duquesne students and staff will take this time to embark on Cross-Cultural Mission Experiences (CCME) that will impact six different areas in the country.
- New Crowdfunding, Urban Plunge Initiatives Boost Cross-Cultural Missions