Bayer School Dean Dr. Philip Reeder travels to Rhodes, Greece. Read about his 2016 research here.
Feral Cats: Computational Study Looks at How Best to Fix the Nuisance
Biology Major Receives National Undergraduate Research Fellowship
National Funding Continues to Support Doctoral Biology Student
Water on Mars helps confirm Duquesne University research
New 3-D Software Promises to Engage Kids with Atoms
Triple Play: Duquesne Professor, Alumna Earn Three Emmy Awards
11th Annual Metals in Biology Mini-Symposium
Papers and Posters Selected for Climate Change Conference Breakout Sessions
Pollock to Present on Health and Health Literacy at Serious Play Conference
PA Secretary of Education Visits Project SEED at Duquesne
Undergraduate Lands DU's First Environmental Protection Agency Fellowship
Summer Undergraduate Research Program Hits Historic High
Duquesne Undergrad Edward Hilton IV Recognized with Prestigious Science Award
One-of-a-Kind Foucault Pendulum Dedicated in Libermann Hall
Duquesne Garners Its First NIH Graduate Fellowship for Research Service
Dr. Reeder's Travel Blog. From January 4th to 23rd, Bayer School Dean Dr. Philip Reeder traveled to Nazareth, Israel, and Rhodes, Greece. He conducted research and made connections to facilitate future faculty and student exchanges, in addition to research, teaching, and scholarship opportunities. Read Dr. Reeder's Travel Blog here. Read Dr. Reeder's Travel Blog here.
Darwin Day 2015: Darwin, Wallace, and Domestication
Watch the Video Presentation
Darwin Day 2015 to Explore Plant Domestication and Evolution (Article)
Duquesne Campus Again to Host Regional Science Competition
Professor Volunteers Her Skills and "Cattitude," One Feral Colony at a Time
Dr. Jeffry Madura Earns Duquesne Recognition from American Chemical Society
Dr. Jeffry Madura: 2014 PIttsburgh Award Winner
Faculty Honored with President's Awards for Excellence
Forensic Science and Law to Host National Training on DNA Technology
Wecht Institute Joins Bayer School
Forensic Fridays to Explore Fracking, Social Media and More
Bayer School Hosting Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium
University Listed As a STEM Friendly School
Where Does It Hurt? Chronic Pain Consortium Could Provide the Answer
Fleming, Stolz and Trun Named Research Hall of Fame Inductees
How Is Scientific Sampling Done? Duquesne to Host a Science Day at Wingfield Pines
Duquesne to Host Forensic Science Exchange
Research Faculty, Students Join Showcases at State and National Levels
Students Join Together for Mission Trip to Honduras
University Hosts Region's Brightest STEM Students at PJAS Competition
Widespread Water Monitoring Effort Receives Continued Support from Colcom
Bayer Works to Fill Gap with Initiatives to Attract STEM Graduates
Symposium to Focus on Measuring Environmental Human Health and Exposures
Inaugural and New Endowed Chair Holders, Other Faculty Recognized
Renovated Chemistry Labs Unveiled
U.S. News: Duquesne a Top Tier School, Plus a Best Value for Students
High School Students to Present at National Chemistry Conference through Duquesne's Project SEED
New ‘Scientastic!' Production Highlights Importance of Sleep
Evanseck Leads Group That Funds NSF Undergrad Chemistry Research Sites
Hazelwood Program Puts Science into Summer for Record Number of Students
New $617,000 NSF Grant to Fund Scholarships in Chemistry
Darwin Day 2014: Time Travel in Experimental Evolution
Wednesday, Feb. 26 at 7:00 p.m.
Science Preview Day 2014
February 22, 2014
Download PBM 2014 Schedule
Every year, the Department of Biological Sciences hosts a one-day meeting to bring together the bacteriology community in the Pittsburgh and tri-state area. While Principal Investigators attend the conference, the focus is on student presentations. Post docs and graduate students present their research in short talks and posters.
PBM 2014 is organized and hosted by Dr. Joseph McCormick. Funding has been provided generously by the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences and Fisher Scientific. Send inquiries to email@example.com.
Don't Miss the Special Screening of Chasing Ice
Friday, April 4: 8:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Power Center Ballroom
Chasing Ice is a documentary that follows the work of adventurer and photographer James Balog and his Extreme Ice Survey -- the most wide-ranging, ground-based, photographic study of glaciers ever conducted. Balog will be in attendance to provide commentary after the film and answer audience questions. Presented by the Duquesne University Beard Institute.
Cost: $45 per person, $25 for students, and includes breakfast buffet.
For more information, call 412.396.5259, visit www.duq.edu/chasing-ice or email firstname.lastname@example.org.