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.
Ransil Collection Maintenance Fund
Established by the Estate of Bernard J. Ransil, this fund is used for the maintenance expenses of the Ransil Collection. Administrator: University Librarian.
Alan D. Reynolds Memorial Fund
Created by many generous donors, this fund is intended to benefit all activities within the Duquesne University Volunteers Office. Administrator: Vice President of Student Life
Msgr. Charles Owen Rice Endowed Lectureship in Catholic Social Thought
Created by John R. McGinley, Jr., this fund provides financial support for the annual Rice Lecture Series. Administrator: Dean of the McAnulty College of Liberal Arts.
Judge Joseph H. & Ann I. Ridge Endowed Student Resource Fund
Created by Ann I. Ridge, this fund is awarded to students pursuing degrees in Sociology with a concentration in Human Services and who meet the need requirements. Administrator: Dean of the McAnulty College of Liberal Arts.
Anna Rangos Rizakus Endowed Chair in the Health Sciences and Ethics
Created by John G. Rangos, Sr., this fund supports the leadership of the University's teaching, scholarship, and service in health sciences and ethics. Administrator: Dean of the John G. Rangos Sr. School of Health Sciences.
Severino A. Russo Endowed Faculty Development Award
Created by Severin and David Russo in memory of their father, this fund is used for creating development awards for the faculty members in the McAnulty College of Liberal Arts. Administrator: Dean of the McAnulty College of Liberal Arts.
Ryan Endowed Chair for Newman Studies
Created by Catharine M. Ryan and John T. Ryan, III, this fund supports the activities of the Ryan Chairholder. Administrator: Dean of the McAnulty College of Liberal Arts.