Getting Started: Teaching at Duquesne
This list is intended to help you get started in teaching at Duquesne.
Welcome from Provost Timothy R. Austin
Mission and Identity - Provides a context and guide for all that we do at Duquesne.
Human Resources & Payroll - Please work directly with the administrative assistant in the department or school where you have been hired to set up payroll. This is required prior to many of the steps below.
DU Card - For the library, access to some buildings, and other services.
Multipass Set-up - This is your key to Duquesne's online world: email, calendar, electronic library resources, DORI intranet, and more. For faculty and staff, these accounts will be created automatically once you are made active in the University's sytems.
Computing & Technology Services - For information on email, calendaring, wireless network, etc.
Orientation to Teaching at Duquesne - The Center for Teaching Excellence offers programs to welcome and orient all who are new to the teaching community at Duquesne, as well as colleagues making the transition to a new role (e.g., moving from adjunct to full-time faculty).
Resources for Teaching & Learning
Center for Teaching Excellence - Offers workshops, consultations, and online teaching resources from evidence-based teaching and learning research.
Educational Technology - Provides training and support for Blackboard learning system and other educational software.
Barnes and Noble Bookstore and Cafe (Campus Bookstore) - For ordering textbooks and supplies
Center for Community-Engaged Teaching and Research - Supports community-engaged teaching, learning, and research that promote knowledge creation, civic development, and community transformation
Resources for Your Students
Academic Advisement - Duquesne has professional academic advisors for undergraduates. Contact a student's academic advisor if you suspect they are struggling with any aspect of their academic work. Faculty serve as advisors for graduate students.
Counseling & Wellbeing Center - Offers a variety of wellness groups and free confidential, short-term personal psychotherapy to all currently enrolled Duquesne students.
English as a Second Language - Supports students who are non-native speakers and writers of English.
Learning Skills Center - Provides tutors and a study skills program.
Writing Center - Supports students in writing in any discipline at all levels. Also guides faculty in teaching writing, giving feedback on writing, and designing writing-intensive courses.
Some Policies Related to Teaching
Academic Integrity Policy - University wide policy. Some programs have more specific policies as well.
Core Curriculum - The general education curriculum for undergraduates.
Evaluation of Teaching - See Faculty Handbook
Gender Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct - See TAP 31 - Completion of an on-line training program is required of all new faculty, staff, and graduate teaching assistants. For training information, use your multipass to log into DORI. Click on the Staff tab on top menu. See the DU Training section > Essentials for all DU Employees > Compliance Training.
Students with Disabilities - Special Services supports students and communicates to faculty the accommodations legally required. We are committed to helping all Duquesne students learn.
FERPA Training - According to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), University staff and faculty may not disclose a student's education record to third-parties (including parents) without the student's consent. See information and training on DORI through the STAFF tab.
DORI - Duquesne Online Resources & Information (the university intranet), source of campus news and information.
Campus Safety - In the event of an emergency, call COPS (x2677) on campus phones or 412.396.2677.