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Dr. Christine O'Neil 'Faculty Spotlight'

Duquesne University Times

What have Drs. Laura Engel and Christine O'Neil been up to?

Dr. Laura Engel, associate professor of English, discussed the work, life and times of novelist Jane Austen in her presentation, Lunch with Jane. The talk was delivered at the 2013 Upper St. Clair Township Library author luncheon on April 14.

Dr. Christine O'Neil, professor of pharmacy practice, presented Medical Management for Seniors, a discussion on how medications affect seniors' personal health and wellness, on April 17 at the St. Barnabas Nursing Home in Gibsonia, Pa. The seminar was part of a series that educates residents and the public about health topics.

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