Student Research Spotlight

Emma Costello, an undergraduate student at the School of Nursing, was part of a team of students from the Rangos School of Health Sciences that won recognition at this year’s Undergraduate Research & Scholarship Symposium (URSS).

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Keep up to date with the latest features and articles on Duquesne's faculty, staff, alumni and students.

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Duquesne’s Engineering School Secures Major Gift to Endow Chair

After announcing a plan to create an array of engineering programs and rename its new School of Science and Engineering, Duquesne announces a major gift to name the first endowed chair.

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Education Graduate Empowers Young People with Learning Disabilities

In this segment on KDKA's Talk Pittsburgh afternoon television show, Early Childhood Education Graduate Maggie Burke discusses how her personal journey with dyslexia empowered her to become a reading specialist and help kids who need extra support in the classroom.

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Duquesne Ranks as one of U.S. News' Best Law Schools

Recognized for providing horizon-expanding legal education

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New Dietrich Foundation Gift Creates Endowed Medical Dean Position

Gift provides key support for the Leadership of Duquesne's College of Medicine

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Duquesne University announces admitted class of 2027

After a third year of record applications, the admitted students are eager to pursue bigger goals.

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'Fortune' Ranks Thomas R. Kline one of the biggest donors of 2022 for his gift to Duquesne.

Fortune magazine has named Thomas R. Kline, who committed a $50 million gift to Duquesne's law school, one of 2022’s biggest philanthropists.

Dean Dr. Gretchen Generett smiling with other guests on set for KDKA's Intersections tv program

Dean of Duquesne's School of Education, Dr. Gretchen Generett, appeared on 'Intersections' to discuss women in education.

For Women's History Month, Dr. Gretchen Givens Generett joined local leaders to discuss opportunities in education.

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Duquesne offers support and resources to help student-athletes succeed in the classroom.

Duquesne's academic and student services ensure that student-athletes feel supported by providing everything from academic advising to travel assistance.

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Abby Aiello

“I've always just wanted to be a part of something bigger. I feel like the Army is the biggest you can get to be a part of. A team that's working towards a common goal and that's what I really want to do.”

Abby Aiello Second-Year Student, School of Nursing and ROTC Cadet
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Merecedes Williams

"Speak up. Don't struggle in silence. You are your own voice."

Merecedes Williams Multiplatform Journalism major
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Kayla Harris

“CETR is one of my best takeaways from Duquesne. It has really helped me discover who I am as a Black person, who I am to other people and who I am to America.”

Kayla Harris Psychology and Women's and Gender Studies double major
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Emma Brinton

"It's a tough balance to manage both athletics and academics successfully," the Landenberg, Pennsylvania native said. "But I received a ton of support from everyone at Duquesne. There was a lot of communication and meetings with professors and coaches so I could manage my time effectively."

Emma Brinton Physician Assistant Studies master's degree major
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News Around the University

‘From Pittsburgh to the Big Screen:’ Duquesne Honoring August Wilson House Fellows

Duquesne University will honor Pittsburgh’s producer/actor Carter Redwood, star of the CBS hit FBI: International, and his brother Maurice Redwood, acclaimed Pittsburgh actor and filmmaker, at From Pittsburgh to the Big Screen on Wednesday, Oct. 4, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the Power Center Ballroom.

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COM Early Assurance Program Expands Horizons for Students

Duquesne University students now have another avenue to pursue their bigger goals.

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Duquesne Impressive in a Variety of College Rankings

As a University that prioritizes helping its students discover what they’re good at and why that’s good for the world, Duquesne has long focused on achieving successful and positive student outcomes. This year’s ranking season illustrates that the University’s focus is working and benefitting both students and alumni.

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