Dr. Astle Named October CETR, OCE Collaboratory Winner
The Duquesne University Center for Community-Engaged Teaching and Research (CETR) and the Office of Community Engagement (OCE) award monthly prizes to the individual who publishes the most activities to the University's new engagement database, Collaboratory.
Dr. Janet Astle, assistant dean for student services, was recognized in October for projects including the City of Pittsburgh Recovery Walk, the sixth annual Health and Wellness Fair in Market Square and the annual School of Pharmacy Advocacy Trip to Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
Winners each receive a $25 Visa gift card and monthly awards will be presented until October 2020.
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