As part of the Undergraduate Research Program, students participate in a variety of organized community service activities including:
Carnegie Science Center
- Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair
Help with the Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair by mentoring students, planning the event and many other projects. The Fair is an open competition of local students' research projects in the fields of science, mathematics and engineering. Duquesne University faculty, staff and students volunteer prior to and during the Science and Engineering Fair. This competition is free to all students in grades 6-12 in public and non-public schools throughout 24 counties within Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The students present their research via a presentation board and interview.
The Pittsburgh International Science and Technology Festival is a celebration of innovation and creativity that brings together academia, industry, community organizations and the public in Western Pennsylvania. Duquesne University is a Silver Sponsor and faculty, staff and students participate in exhibits, presentations and panel discussions.
Create Your Own Project through the Community-Engaged Learning Program
- Create your own project such as working with high school students in the Junior Academy of Science or on a Science Fair Project. If you find something that appeals to you more, organize it, carry it out and document it.
For more information, email Philip Clarke or call 412.396.4172.