Donor-Funded Non-Scholarship Endowments
Non-scholarship endowed funds enhance the quality of a Duquesne education in many ways. These funds range from endowed chairs and programs to resource funds assisting students with educational expenses other than tuition. Click on the listings below for descriptions of these funds.
Dorothy Frayer Endowed Resource Fund
Created by Dorothy Frayer, this fund provides for activities, workshops, awards, materials, etc. within the Center for Teaching Excellence. Administrator: Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence.
Edward V. Fritzky Chair in Biotechnology Leadership
Created by Edward V. Fritzky, this fund is used for the benefit of the holder of the Edward Fritzky Chair in Biotechnology Leadership. Administrator: Provost.
Ronald P. and Lori Ann Gala Endowed Student Book Fund
Created by Ronald and Lori Ann Gala, this fund is awarded to undergraduate students to assist with their purchases in the Duquesne University book store. Administrator: Director of Financial Aid.
Robert Loughney Faculty Development Endowment
Established by the Estate of Robert Loughney, this fund benefits the faculty in developing knowledge and skills required to take advantage of new technology in order to enhance their teaching and research methods. Administrator: Provost.
Dr. John and Liz Murray Endowed Fund for Scholarly Development
Established by the R.K. Mellon Foundation, this fund consists of three awards that are made in accordance with established criteria. Administrator: Chancellor.
Duquesne University Endowed Veteran Student Resource Fund
Created by many generous donors, this fund is intended assists with the ancillary educational expenses of students who are veterans of the United States Military and face unforeseen financial exigencies. Administrator: Program Director of Military Education.