Sept. 30
With new literacy standards, Pa. teachers' colleges change how they look at reading instruction
Dr. Carla Meyer, associate education professor and director of the University’s Reading Clinic, was interviewed for this WESA-FM story on how educator preparation programs in Pennsylvania are changing how they teach reading to meet new Pennsylvania curriculum standards.

Ray Goss, Legendary Voice of Duquesne Basketball, Inducted into Pennsylvania Radio Hall of Fame
BVM Sports highlights Ray Goss, the voice of the Duquesne basketball team for 56 seasons, in this article about his being inducted into the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Radio Hall of Fame.

Sept. 25
Artists enhance maker space in former Westinghouse facility in Homewood
NextPittsburgh included this article about a local metalworker who creates works of art for both home and commercial areas, including a commercial installation at St. Martin’s Hall at Duquesne.

Sept. 24
A uniquely Pittsburgh dental, hearing and vision clinic seeks 1,200 volunteers
The Post-Gazette included this article about Mission of Mercy, an upcoming free health care clinic for dental, hearing and vision patients, that is looking for volunteers to help staff the event. The article also mentions that the clinic was last held in Pittsburgh in 2016 to give free dental carre at what is now the UPMC Cooper Fieldhouse.

Sept. 23
‘Incredible’ Gift
The Post-Journal included this article about the generosity of Chautauqua County native and Duquesne University Law Professor Wilson R. Huhn and his family who recently donated two parcels of land totaling 50 acres to the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy in New York. The article also appeared in The Observer Online (Dunkirk, NY) and The Post-Journal Online (Buffalo, NY)

Sept. 22
A new Renaissance? Art historian issues a bold challenge to today's Christian artists
Detroit Catholic included this feature article on Communication Revolution: Christians and Art, a presentation by Dr. Elizabeth Lev, an art history professor at Duquesne’s Rome campus.

Komprise Storage Insights to Unify Data and Storage Management
Duquesne Storage Systems Administrator Matt Madill is quoted in this Storage Newsletter article about how storage costs are continuing to grow unchecked. The story also appeared in MarTech Series, GlobeNewswire Online, Morningstar and Canadian Insider, among others.

Sept. 21
Susan Kelly: America needs more nurses teachihng nurses, but the system has to change to get them
Dr. Susan Kelly, clinical associate professor and director of adjunct faculty and clinical affairs in the School of Nursing, wrote this Op-Ed for the Post-Gazette about solutions for both the nursing faculty and nursing shortage. 

Breaking Down The Most Famous Bass Break In Popular Music: Bakithi Kumalo’s Work on “You Can Call Me Al”
Adjunct Jazz Bass Professor Paul Thompson discusses the bass break from Paul Simon’s You can call me Al song from his Graceland album in this No Treble blog post.

Sept. 20 
Where Pittsburgh-area colleges stand in U.S. News’ best colleges ranking
This Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article on the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges ranking that is using new methodology to analyze schools also addresses how Duquesne University and other local colleges ranked. 

Sept. 19
The battle for in-state tuition, explained
Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz was interviewed by The Pitt News for this article about a bill that recently failed to pass that would have provided select universities, including the University of Pittsburgh, hundreds of millions of dollars in funding that—at Pitt—would have given in-state students at the university a significant tuition discount.

Bruce Ledewitz: Why so many university students don’t really believe in free speech
Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz authored this Post-Gazette op-ed in response to the paper’s Sept. 9 article about a recent national survey from the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression that ranked Duquesne poorly for free speech.

Black Water: How Industry Fights Controls of Little-Known Drinking Water Contaminant
Dr. John Stolz, professor of environmental microbiology, is quoted in this article from The Good Men Project about how the town of Industry, Pa., is dealing with the danger of high levels of manganese in its drinking water. The article also appeared in Grist.

Hundreds of people who identify as dogs gather in city center: ‘Call animal control’
Associate Psychology Professor and Chair Dr. Elizabeth Fein is quoted in this New York Post article about a recent gathering in Berlin, Germany, of individuals who prefer to be recognized as dogs, not humans.

Sept. 18
With ‘affirmative action’ out, Pittsburgh college applicants ask: Does race have a place?
Gabe Welsch, vice president of marketing and communications, is quoted in this PublicSource article about how universities in Pittsburgh are attempting to recruit diversely since the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that colleges can no longer consider an applicant’s race in admissions.

Top Online PMHNP Programs ranked Duquesne University No. 7 among its best 10 psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner online programs

Sept. 17
Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated at Duquesne University
WTAE-TVincluded this story about an event hosted by the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in STEM club at Duquesne University to kick off National Hispanic Heritage Month.

Miss Little Italy winner from Fox Chapel inspired by participation, plans to compete in other pageants
The Tribune-Review included this story about Duquesne student Kara DiNatale, who recently was named Miss Little Italy 2023 in Pittsburgh’s Bloomfield neighborhood.

Sept. 14
Harrison Street, Radnor to Build Employee Housing at NC University
This Multi-Housing News article announcing that firms Harrison Street and Radnor Property Group are building employee housing at Appalachian State University mentions that the two organizations announced last December that they were collaborating on a third on-campus housing project with Duquesne University.
Sept. 13
Duquesne University College of Osteopathic Medicine receives $1.5M for disability education 
The Pittsburgh Business Times included this article about the College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) receiving $1.5M from the Edith L. Trees Charitable Trust for disability education. President Ken Gormley and Dr. John Kauffman, dean of the COM, are quoted.

Sept. 12
Control of the Pa. House at stake as Allegheny County candidates get out the vote
Dr. Kristen Coopie, a faculty member in the College and director of pre-law, was interviewed for this Pennsylvania Capital-Star article about the special Sept. 19 election in Allegheny County to fill a vacancy in the Pennsylvania State House.

Sept. 9
J.F.K. Assassination Witness Breaks His Silence and Raises New Questions
Ken Gormley was interviewed for this New York Times article about a forthcoming memoir by former Secret Service Agent Paul Landis, in which he will give his perspective of what happened when was just feet away from President John F. Kennedy when he was assassinated in November 1963. The article and similar ones also were published in The Seattle Times, Yahoo! Canada News, US Today News, Armwood Editorial and Opinion, USA Times, The Irish Times, Planet Circulate and more.

Sept. 8

Endowments Per Full-Time Student
Duquesne University is included among the universities listed in this Inside Higher Ed article about findings of the 2022 NACUBO-TIAA Study of Endowments (NTSE) which provides data on understanding university wealth.

Sep. 7
Schuylkill County Coroner Updates Section on Virtual Autopsies in Noted Pathologist’s Book
Yahoo! News included this Republican & Herald article about a Schuylkill County coroner asked by Duquesne Adjunct Law Professor Dr. Cyril Wecht to rework “The Evidence Provided by Forensic Radiology” chapter in Wecht’s book Forensic Sciences. 

New $1.1M endowment to support club sports at Duquesne University
President Ken Gormley and Dr. Doug Frizzell, senior vice president for student life, are quoted in this Pittsburgh Business Times article announcing a new a $1.1 million endowment to create ongoing support for club sports at Duquesne University.

Sept. 6
Most Western Pa. colleges are seeing boosts in application numbers. What’s causing the surge?
This Post-Gazette article spotlights how Duquesne, along with other Western PA universities, has seen freshman application numbers skyrocket over the last few years.

Elements of the Universe: Verdine White’s Bass Line That Started a Dynasty
This No Treble article includes a video tutorial of Adjunct Jazz Professor Paul Thompson breaking down different stylistic elements used by ‘Earth, Wind & Fire’s’ bassist Verdine White. 

Sept. 5
US Rep. and Catholic leaders in Pittsburgh say solutions to pollution intersect with other justice issues
This National Catholic Reporter article includes quotes from Associate Theology Professor Dr. Dan Schied at a recent panel event that Duquesne hosted with U.S. House Rep. Summer Lee to address how environmental issues intersect with social justice issues. 

Aug. 30
Will Pennsylvania courts follow Montana on climate change? They might go further | Opinion
In this op-ed for PennLive, Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz poses the question of whether or not Pennsylvania state courts will take a similar lead as Montana’s court on climate change litigation. 

Aug. 29 
Black water: How industry is fighting stricter controls for a little-known drinking water contaminant
This Public Health Watch article includes an interview with Environmental Microbiology Professor Dr. John Stolz about why high levels of the metal known as manganese in drinking water could become toxic and cause neurological harm. This article was also shared by Grist

Forensic scientist explains difficulties in investigating Hawaii deaths
This NewsNation on-air interview includes a discussion with Forensic Science Program Director Dr. Pamela Marshall about the challenges of investigating deaths from the Maui wildfires.  

Aug. 25
New research proposes individualizing psychological assessment using the Five Factor Model of personality
Garri Hovhannisyan, a doctoral student in the McAnulty Graduate School, was interviewed for this PsyPost article about a paper that he co-authored with Dr. Jessie Goicoechea, director of training for the University’s doctoral program in clinical psychology, that was published in The Humanistic Psychologist journal. The article and the paper are about the clinical utility of individualizing psychological assessment by making use of the Enactivist Big-5 Theory of Personality.

Aug. 24
Duquesne University grad’s gift endows engineering chair
President Ken Gormley is quoted in this Pittsburgh Business Times article about a recent gift to the University that will establish the Costello Family Endowed Chair in Engineering for an associate dean and faculty leader in the engineering programs. A similar story appeared in World News Network.

What My Friend’s Death Taught Me About Life
Psychology Today published this blog by Associate Nursing Professor Dr. Mai-Ly Spears what she has learned from the death of her close friend to a rare autoimmune disease.

Pittsburgh’s BRT is years away, but service changes are here—and some riders aren’t pleased
The executive director of Pittsburghers for Public Transit mentions in this WESA-Radio story that Duquesne University is among important amenities and job centers that riders will lose direct connection to due to the loss of four East End bus routes scheduled for October in conjunction with the first phase of construction for the Pittsburgh Regional Transit’s rapid transit line between Oakland, Uptown and Downtown.

Corporate Startup Lab’s Jim Jen on how Pittsburgh tech has changed over 20 years
In this Q&A with Jim Jen how technology has changed in the last two decades, distinguished professor of entrepreneurship at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Jen says that he and CMU think Duquesne and all of the universities in Pittsburgh have done “a great job bulking up their entrepreneurship programs and connecting to the ecosystem.”

Aug. 23
David Hungate: TOTO’s Secret Weapon
In this No Treble blog by Adjunct Jazz Bass Professor Paul Thompson talks about who he calls “the great (and unsung) David Hungate,” who was TOTO’s first bassist.

Aug. 22
Bottom Line: Former Pennsylvania Congressman adds to Pittsburgh lobbying portfolio
This brief from The Hill mentions that K&L Gates registered to lobby on issues related to education funding and Department of Education grants on behalf of Duquesne University.

VCU Engineering’s James Ferri named to leadership role at national institute for pharmaceutical manufacturing and education
In this Virginia Commonwealth University article, James Ferri, chair-elect of the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology & Education (NIPTE), thanks Associate Pharmacy Professor Dr. Peter Wildfong and others with whom he collaborated in NIPTE.

Aug. 21
Slashing Its Budget, West Virginia University Asks, What Is Essential?
This New York Times article about West Virginia University proposing to eliminate its world languages department to help close its $45 million budget deficit mentions that Duquesne is among other universities that have eliminated language requirements for graduation.

Human collie Toco greets fans, rolls over for belly rubs in the street
This New York Post article about a man who spent a lot of money to “become” a canine touring in Tokyo, Japan, quotes Associate Psychology Professor Dr. Elizabeth Fein.

Aug. 20
Pennsylvania’s judicial elections matter. Here’s why.
Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz was interviewed for this Pennsylvania Capital-Star article about the importance and the impact of judicial elections. A similar article appeared in Levittown Now, Beastwatchnews and News Break.

‘Orphan well’ mishap stirs suspicion and frustration in tiny Pennsylvania town
This NBC/MSN story about the aftereffects in New Freeport, Pa., when an abandoned well began to leak gas and fluid because of nearby drilling quotes Environmental Microbiology Professor Dr. John Stolz, director of Duquesne’s Center for Environmental Research and Education.

Aug. 18
‘U.S. Veterans Magazine’ Announces its 2023 Best of the Best Early Results Lists
U.S. Veterans Magazine included Duquesne University among its Top Veteran-Friendly Schools in this article about the magazine’s annual review of the nation’s employers, initiatives, government agencies and educational institutions.

Yellow Ribbon Schools List for 2023
In this article, U.S. Veterans Magazine includes Duquesne University among its 2023 Yellow Ribbon Schools list, which recognizes have joined with the VA to help offset any tuition expenses not covered by the GI Bill.

Aug. 17
‘Inconceivable’: WVU’s plan to shut down language department could have detrimental impact on faculty and students, professors say
This Post-Gazette article about West Virginia University’s plans to eliminate language studies requirements and close the department mentions that Duquesne no longer has the requirement.

Aug. 16
Quaker Valley School District officials ready to welcome students this coming school year
This Sewickley Herald article about the launch of a new Quaker Valley school year mentions that their high school has a dual enrollment partnership with Duquesne that enables students to take college credits.

Aug. 15
They’re back: College students arrive on Western Pa. campuses
This Tribune-Review article on area university move-ins includes photos and interviews from Duquesne’s annual move-in day.

‘Human collie’ part of a larger pack of ‘therians,’ psychologists say
Associate Psychology Professor Dr. Elizabeth Fein was interviewed by the New York Post for this article about a man who dresses as a collie dog possibly identifying as a “nonhuman animal species.” A similar article appeared in London’s Daily Star. 

Aug. 14
How We Know The Future of Higher Education Is Already Here
Director of the Carl G. Grefenstette Center Dr. John Slattery was interviewed by Pittsburgh Magazine for this story about how area colleges are dealing with AI (artificial intelligence) tools that impact work in the classroom.

JOE METZGER: Zoom town boom town
This Mahoning Matters op-ed about the potential for economic and cultural progress quotes a 2022 Duquesne University study about the shortage of health care workers and the increased demographic of people over the age of 65 by 2032. 

Many Western Pa. colleges still looking to enroll students for fall in late push
Duquesne University is mentioned in this Tribune-Review article about area colleges who have openings and are continuing to recruit students for this fall.

Pa. Representatives discuss bill legalizing prescribing psychologists
Clinical Associate Professor Dr. Denise Lucas was interviewed for this WVIA-Radio story about potential outcomes if laws enabling psychologists to prescribe medication are passed. 

What you see first in this optical illusion if you’re stuck in past and the grave indication if you see nothing
This article from The U.S. Sun about the Rorschach inkblot test includes quotes and a link to a Duquesne graduate student’s TikTok video about the variety of ways this test is used.

Aug. 13
How Lancaster County quietly removed a controversial fee on warrants in Jun.
Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz was interviewed by Lancaster Online about a new fee structure in Lancaster County in which defendants are notified they are being charged a processing fee. 

Aug. 11
WVU announces preliminary recommendations, Academic Transformation next steps
This WVU Today article about about WVU making multiple recommendations to adjust its economic offerings—such as discontinuing some majors and the language requirement—to better serve students, mentions that other schools like Duquesne University also have eliminated the language requirement . This was reposted by Forbes Online, Tribune-Review, and others.

LeBron James' Youngest Son Bryce Joining Notre Dame High School Team With Rapper Master P. Miller’s Son: ‘Let’s Get It
This Yahoo! Sports story about Bryce James joining the Notre Dame High School basketball team mentioned that James’ first Division I basketball scholarship offer came from Duquesne and that his family has close ties with the University men’s head basketball coach.

 Aug. 10

Out with the old: LED lightbulbs are here to stay
Associate Economics Professor Dr. Antony Davies was interviewed for this Post-Gazette article about the impact of U.S. Department of Energy’s Aug. 1 ban—supported by law—on the sale of most incandescent lightbulbs in the United States.

Can Trump Go to Jail If Convicted? And Other Indictment Questions
Associate Law Professor Eugene Mazo is quoted in this VOA (Voice of America) News Online article about questions regarding the indictments of former President Donald Trump. This article appeared in numerous outlets, including the Phoenix Herald, iAfrica, North Carolina Daily, New York Telegraph, Los Angeles Herald and the Calgary Monitor, among others.

‘It’s not easy...but they are saving time and money’
This Cranberry Eagle article about Slippery Rock University’s (SRU) 3+3 agreements that enable college undergraduates to earn final credits for their senior year at the same time they are in their first year of law school mentions that the SRU recently signed a 3+3 agreement with Duquesne University. The article also was published in the Butler Eagle.

Aug. 9

Teilhard de Chardin, racism and eugenics : An exhange
In response to an essay previously published by America: The Jesuit Review celebrating the centennial Teilhard de Chardin, S.J.’s Mass on the World, John Slattery, director of Duquesne’s Carl G. Grefenstette Center for Ethics in Science, Technology and Law, gives his opinon in this essay for America: The Jesuit Review.

Aug. 8
Scholer Qualifies for Olympic Trials
BVM Sports announced that Duquesne junior Haley Scholer has qualified for the USA Swimming Olympic Trials for the 200-meter backstroke.

Aug. 7

Schnader, once one of Pittsburgh’s biggest law offices, is closing
WPXI-TV published this Pittsburgh Business Times article mentions that President Ken Gormley, who is quoted, formerly served “as counsel” at Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP, a law firm that recently announced its closing.

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius Partner Dana Baiocco Joins International Association of Defense Counsel
CityBiz announced that Dana Baiocco, an advisory board member for the Thomas R. Kline School of Law, has joined the International Association of Defense Counsel, an invitation-only global legal organization for attorneys who represent corporate and insurance interests.

Aug. 4
‘They’re a store manager at a f*cking Walgreens’: Socialist responds to recruiter, says ‘unskilled’ laborers should be paid a living wage
Associate Economics Professor Dr. Antony Davies is quoted in this Daily Dot article about a self-proclaimed Tik Tok socialist who outlines in a now-viral video why “unskilled” laborers should be paid a living wage.

Sombreros, baseball caps and new friendships: Vignettes from World Youth Day

This National Catholic Reporter article about the World Youth Day welcome ceremony with Pope Francis in Lisbon, Portugal, included interviews with Duquesne students Hannah Valenty, Emma Polen, Kate Spadavecchia and Gwendolyn Sobkowiak.

Aug. 3

Private loans can be risky. At some Pittsburgh universities, students are borrowing more than others nationwide.
Senior Vice President for Enrollment Management Joel Bauman is quoted in this PublicSource article about more students from area universities taking on larger amounts of private debt compared to others nationwide. The article also was published by the New Pittsburgh Courier and Open Campus.

NEKOTECH - Rutgers University partner for $25m USA STEM/AI programs
This Ghana Web story about Malawi President Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera addressing the Sept. Africa-US Presidential Forum on STEM/AI in America describes a collaborative program between SOS Global Investments and the Nekotech Center’s African STEM & Sports Institute of Excellence Prep School and Readiness College. The article mentions that many who complete the program attend “top schools” like Duquesne University.

Aug. 2

Trump Is Being Prosecuted, but Justice Department Is on Trial, Too
President Ken Gormley was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal for this article about the most recent indictment of former President Donald Trump and the challenges, risks and judgement the Department of Justice will face in building a case. Similar articles also appeared in the Business Journal, Mint Online and Vietnam newspaper Dan Tri News.

Dan Drawbaugh – CEO of The Steadman Clinic and Steadman Philippon Research Institute – Named Colorado ORBIE Leadership Award Winner
Yahoo!Finance included this article about Duquesne University Board of Directors member Dan Drawbaugh, who received the 2023 Colorado ORBIE Leadership Award, which has recognized tech executives for leadership, innovation and excellence. Similar articles also appeared in the Pharma & Healthcare Monitor Worldwide, Denver Business Journal, Our Community Now, Our Daily News Online, World News Report, Colorado Health Reporter and the Tech Journal of Colorado among others.

Celebrating the harvest with an ancient king & a modern princess
This article from The Irish Echo about a Lughnasadh Festival designed to honor the law Princess Grace Kelly mentions that Kelly, who didn’t graduate college, received an honorary degree from Duquesne in 1978.

Pittsburgh student-athletes can make money from their sport with new partnership
WESA-Radio included this story about a Campus Ink Sports NIL (Name, Image and Likeness) stores that have opened at Duquesne and Pitt that enable student-athletes to make money through the sale of licensed player merchandise.

Aug. 1
GOP lawmakers want the Pa. Supreme Court to reconsider the case for impeaching Philly DA Larry Krasner
In The Philidelphia Inquirer, Endowed Chair in Scholarly Excellence and Professor of Law Bruce Ledewitz comments on the limited scope and unusual procedural history of the Krasner case.

Jul. 31 
Bill Neal: Remembering Hosea Champine…the life and times of a legend
The New Pittsburgh Courier reflects on former Duquesne basketball player, Hosea Champine.

“Old Pete” – A Confederate Apostle or Apostate?
Evan Portman, current master’s degree student in history at Duquesne University is a frequent author of Emerging Civil War and wrote this analysis of General James Longstreet.

Jul. 30 
I have buried so many young people as a priest
Rev. Dr. Aug.ine Ebido describes the history of the Dominican University, mentioning its previous title the Dominican Institute and its affiliation with Duquesne University in The Nation Online.

Jul. 28
Accredited Providers By Name
In this article by the Accreditation Council For Pharmacy Education, Duquesne University is included as an accredited provider of continuing pharmacy education. 

A Pitt grad's new eye fatigue drops boast a unique ingredient: caffeine
This article from the Post-Gazette spotlights a Duquesne University entrepreneurship student, Jonathan Kansel, who discovers a local business that created a product to help students who possess eye fatigue caused by blue light.

Jul. 27  
GOP lawmakers want the Pa. Supreme Court to reconsider the case for impeaching Philly DA Larry Krasner
This article from The Philadelphia Inquirer includes quotes from Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz how about how certain Pennsylvania legislators have asked the state Supreme Court to overturn a prior court decision that had put the impeachment drive against Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner on hold.  

The First Amendment right you didn’t know big government stole
This Philanthropy Daily article includes quotes from Political Science Professor Dr. Luke Sheahan's recent webinar about his research on freedom of assembly and its relationship with today’s politics.  

LeBron James' Younger Son Bryce Posts Photo of Him with Bronny After His Brother's Cardiac Arrest
Bryce James, son of Labron James, mentions he received a Division I scholarship offer to play basketball at Duquesne University in People.

Jul. 26
Amy Wetherby: Impatient for progress
In this article by Spectrum News, Assistant Professor of Speech-Language Pathology and Program Director Dr. Abigail Delehanty is quoted about her experience as a former doctoral student under Amy Wetherby, Director of the Autism Institute at Florida State University. 

Jul. 25The Citizen Science Lab Celebrates STEM with DreamFest–a 3 Day Celebration Featuring Slick Rick
Newswires spotlights that an exclusive premiere of Pittsburgh-based youth group The Citizen Science Lab's documentary "For Da’ Culture” will be held at Duquesne University for a 3-day STEM celebration called 'DreamFest'. This article was reposted by the Journal of Cyber Policy. 

Title IX Training - Preparing for the New Title IX Regulations
Duquesne University, as a part of the Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE), will be hosting a regional Title IX Training in the university's Power Center Ballroom, according to this article from HappeningNext. 

Jul. 24
Advocates say $291 million transit plan could bring drawbacks along with faster commuter times
Bus Rapid Transit, a new transit plan being implemented in Pittsburgh, may create a faster commute to Duquesne, according to Pittsburgh City Paper.

This article by First Things mentioned how Duquesne University held the Institute for Catholic Liberal Education’s annual conference.

A new day is dawning for New Granada Theater
In New Pittsburgh Courier Bill Generett Jr., Senior Vice President of Civic Engagement and External Relations for Duquesne University, compliments Marimba Milliones on her intelligence, resilience, and leadership.

Jul. 23
'Absolutely amazing': 32 AAABA ambassadors an essential part of tournament
In this article from The Tribune-Democrat, Duquesne sophomore student Riley Hunter will represent as an ambassador during the 78th annual All-American Amateur Baseball Association tournament in Johnstown.

Jul. 22

Study finds radioactive materials in Pa. waterways near treatment plans linked with fracking waste
Duquesne University Director of the Center for Environmental Research and Education Dr. John Stoltz was interviewed by WESA-Radio on the toxicity of certain waste and how it impacts the community and environment.

Jul. 21
Bioethics scholar to discuss palliative care at PennWest Edinboro
Dr. Joris Gielen, Director in the Center for Gobal Health Ethics at Duquesne University, will host an upcoming presentation “Religion and Spirituality in End-of-Life Care” at Memorial Hall on the PennWest Edinboro campus, according to this article from PennWest University.

Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated : Holiday Inn Express & Suites sells in Pittsburgh's historic South Side 
This MarketScreener article mentions Duquesne's proximity to a new Holiday Inn Express & Suites development in Pittsburgh’s historic South Side.

In this Allegheny Front article, Environmental Biology Professor Dr. John Stolz comments on the challenges associated with waste accrual. 

Runners ready for season
Duquesne University track runner Mara Whalen shared her love for the sport and Pittsburgh as guest speaker at the RMU Island Sports Center in The Almanac.

Kuntz riding high into Steelers training camp
Christian Kuntz, who won three conference championships with the Duquesne football team, is currently playing for the Steelers and is a leader of their football summer camp in The Almanac.

Jul. 19
Franciscan University makes Money Magazine’s 2023 ‘Best Colleges’ list
Duquesne University, among other colleges, was ranked as one of the top colleges nationwide in this article by the Herald-Star.

Jul. 18
ELFA Survey Reports 6.3% Increase in New Business Volume in Equipment Finance in 2022
In this MonitorDaily article, Adjunct Finance Professor Kevin Prykull was noted for his involvement with the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association.

The Pittsburgh Quantum Institute appointed Michael Hatridge as its new director
The Pittsburgh Quantum Institute (PQI), a collaborative interdisciplinary organization between Duquesne University, University of Pittsburgh, and Carnegie Mellon University, appointed a new director according to this article from Pittwire.

Jul. 17 
2023 Rising Graduate Scholars Breaking Barriers
A new professor at Duquesne University Sergio A. Gonzalez reflects on his dissertation covering critical race theory, activism, and personal journey, among others in this article by Diverse Magazine.

We want to initiate a gradual change of lifestyle in a healthy direction – Rev. Ebido
Duquesne University was mentioned when Rev. Aug.ine Ebido was asked to discuss the history of Dominican University in Business Day.

What's Happening – Week of Jul. 23
According to The Almanac, the Dan Burt Youth Basketball Camp will be held on campus at Duquesne University in the UPMC Cooper Fieldhouse Jul. 29th - Aug. 1st.

Jul. 16
Shhh: Allegheny County and Carnegie system take over running the law library
The Post-Gazette interviewed Duquesne Media Relations Manager Ken Walters on the conclusion of the university's management over the Allegheny County Law Library.

Jul. 12
Clifford Bob: Brazil's Trump, America's Trump, and the dangers to democracy
This Post-Gazette op-ed written by Duquesne Professor and Chair of Political Science Clifford Bob discusses how electoral bans raise questions about democracy, free speech, and the concept of disinformation.  

Jul. 11 
St. Leo educators to attend annual conference thanks to Palumbo grant
The annual conference for The Institute for Catholic Liberal Education will be held at Duquesne University this summer, according to St. Mary’s Daily Press.

National wiffle ball tournament coming to area
Student and Assistant Director of Media Relations Jacob Davey works in Duquesne University’s sports department and comments on the rules that will be enforced during the national tournament in Observer- Reporter.

Jul. 10
Lee Grossman, "The Psychoanalytic Encounter and the Misuse of Theory" (Routledge, 2022)
Incoming Duquesne University Ph.D. student in clinical psychology Jacob Goldberg takes part in a podcast exploring analytic theorizing more representative of the clinical experience on PlayerFM.

Jul. 7
Election Law Academics Update
Incoming Associate Professor of Law and Political Science Gene Mazo will be joining the faculty of the Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Duquesne University Aug. 1st, according to Election Law Blog.

Breaking Down Ramsey Lewis’ “Summer Breeze” (and Cleveland Eaton’s Bass Work)
In No Treble, Adjunct Professor of Jazz Bass at Duquesne University Paul Thompson analyzes one of the most viewed Jazz performance video’s and its significance.

Jul. 6
Pittsburgh reacts to Supreme Court’s overturning of Affirmative Action
This New Pittsburgh Courier article about the Supreme Court's overturning of affirmative action includes an official statement from President Ken Gormley about the university's unwavering commitment to a diverse and inclusive student body.

Sentiments collide over Tree of Life synagogue shooter’s sentencing
Duquesne University Adrian Van Kaam Endowed Chair in Scholarly Excellence and Professor of Law Bruce Ledewitz elaborates on the importance of religion within conviction of the synagogue shooter’s sentencing in The Globe and Mail.

Jul. 5
Public-private partnerships could address gaps in childcare for struggling families
In this interview by WESA-Radio's "The Confluence" Duquesne Associate Professor Dr. Christopher Meidl discusses how the collaboration of employee public-private partnerships will support childcare.

'Devastating for students': Supreme Court rejection of Biden's student loan program will affect 1.8 million in Pa. 
In this Pittsburgh Post Gazette article, economics Professor Antony Davies was quoted about the Supreme Court's ruling on student loan forgiveness. 

Duquesne football: How scheduling is putting a pre-World War II powerhouse back on the map 
This Post-Gazette article spotlights the history of Duquesne's football program and includes quotes from President Ken Gormley, Head Coach Jerry Schmitt, and Athletic Director Dave Harper about the university's plan to expand and improve its football program.

Jul. 3
Furries take over Pittsburgh’s Cultural District
In this Post-Gazette article about Pittsburgh's annual Anthrocon event, Duquesne Psychology Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department Dr. Elizabeth Fein discusses her research about how certain members of the furry fandom who identify on the autism spectrum find acceptance within the furry community.

In this article by CarnegieLibrary, Duquesne University is mentioned in relation to the ended management of Allegheny County Law Library.

Reading List: David Tonghou Ngong
AfricasACountry author David Ngong mentions Duquesne Professor Elochukwu Uzukwu as a guide for for finding works relating to African political theology.

Jun. 29
Pitt, Duquesne respond after Supreme Court rejects affirmative action at colleges 
This KDKA-TV article includes quotes from President Gormley’s official university statement about the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down affirmative action and how it will impact the college admissions process. 

'It's unfortunate, and it's sad': Western Pa. college leaders, education advocates react to Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action 
This article from the Post-Gazette includes President Ken Gormley’s statement about how the Supreme Court’s decision to strike affirmative action will not affect the university’s longstanding commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. 

Supreme Court strikes down race-conscious admissions practices, impacting Pitt, CMU, Duquesne 
In this article discussing the Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action, PublicSource included President Ken Gormley’s public statement about how the university remains dedicated to identifying students of all backgrounds who will succeed at Duquesne and become the next generation of leaders.  
Jun. 28
Duquesne Creating a Hopeful Future with New Pharmaceutical Drug 
KDKA Radio's Rick Dayton spoke with Pharmacy Professor Dr. Aleem Gangjee regarding a pharmaceutical distinction earned by Duquesne University and the hopeful fate produced by the new drug.

Jun. 26

Legal analysts: Sharp differences between Nixon, Trump belie campaign talk of a pardon
In this article by The Palm Beach Post, Duquesne University President Ken Gormley comments on the implications of presidential pardons.

Jun. 21 
As approaches to reading instruction change, how is Pa. adopting “structured literacy”? 
In this WESA-Radio “The Confluence” interview, Reading Clinic Director and Associate Professor of Literacy Education Dr. Carla Meyer spotlights how Duquesne prepares teachers to become strong reading instructors.   

Jun. 20
Top 10+ Most Prestigious Schools for Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical Sciences In the US Today
In this article by Know Insiders Duquesne University School of Pharmacy impressively ranks 4th in the nation as the most prestigious Pharmaceutical School. 

Jun. 19 
Extracellular Vesicles Conference 2023: Technologies, Biomarker Cargo & Diagnostics (Orlando, Florida, United States - Jul. 26-27, 2023) 
Associate Professor at Duquesne University Devika Manickam will be spotlighted at the Extracellular Vesicles Conference 2023 discussing the delivery of mitochondria.  This article was posted by Kasi Broadcasting, South Jordan Journal, Meditech Today, and One News Page, among others. 

Jun. 16
Susquehanna partners with Duquesne, Temple for pharmacy program
This article by Susquehanna University highlights the university's partnership with Duquesne's School of Pharmacy in helping students achieve their Doctorate degrees.

Jun. 15
Dr. Aleem Gangjee, Distinguished Professor at Duquesne University of Pharmacy
This podcast by KDKA-Radio interviews Pharmacy Professor Dr. Aleem Gangjee after a drug used to aid brain tumors found in children received a Rare Pediatric Disease designation from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Six lessons from the debt deal. What did we learn? | Bruce Ledewitz
In this op-ed for the Pennsylvania Capital-Star, Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz discusses the recent US debt-ceiling deal and takeaways from the negotiations.

Democrats Celebrate and Fear the Indictment of a ‘Chaos Machine’
In this New York Times article, Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz comments on former President Trump’s indictment.

Jun. 14 

CBS News interviews Crystal McCormick Ware, Inaugural Chief Diversity Officer, and Senior Advisor to the President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, about how Duquesne is observing the 2023 Jun.teenth holiday and how Duquesne promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

Jun. 13 
Heidegger and Nazism: The Philosophy of Being and the Politics of National Socialism 
In this article by Merion West, Duquesne University Professor of Philosophy Tom Rockmore is interviewed on his view of the moral and political implications of Heidegger philosophy.

Best Home Improvement Loans 
Joseph Alfe, Duquesne University Adjunct Professor from the Thomas R Kline School of Law, provided guidance on improvement loans in this article by Wallet Hub.

Jun. 12

Report: Billionaire investor, philanthropist George Soros ceded control of empire to a younger son
This article by McDowell News spotlights Thomas Kline, who committed $50 million to Duquesne University's Thomas R. Kline School of Law, and his recognition as one of America’s top 50 donors of 2022.

Jun. 11
On A Positive Note: Duquesne University helping 'opportunity knock'
An event by Duquesne’s Small Business Development Center encouraging all inventors and innovators to share ideas and receive consulting from industry experts was featured by KDKA-TV and Yahoo!News.

Jun. 10
Trump’s Case Puts the Justice System on Trial, in a Test of Public Credibility
Duquesne University President Ken Gormley comments on the current state of the justice system in this article by the New York Times. The article was also shared by Press Democrat.

Jun. 7 
Garry Nelson Cause of Death: How did the Duquesne ball star die? 
This article by Sportskeeda highlights Duquesne University President Ken Gormley as he remembers legendary Duquesne basketball player Garry Nelson. 

University of Pittsburgh, Duquesne University Win Prestigious Participant Education Awards 
This article by PR Newswire highlights Duquesne’s recognition by TIAA RetirePlus for its excellent communications plan related to benefit changes. 

Jun. 6 
Garry Nelson Obituary: At 73, Duquesne Basketball’s Renowned Nelson Twin Dies 
In this article by Lake County Florida News, Duquesne President Ken Gormley and Vice President of Athletics Dave Harper are interviewed about the passing of dedicated alum Garry Nelson and his athletic achievements on Duquesne's basketball team. 

Pittsburgh College Basketball Legend Dies 
In this article by Patch, Duquesne President Ken Gormley and Vice President of Athletics Dave Harper are interviewed about the passing of Duquesne basketball legend Garry Nelson. 

Jun. 5  
Garry Nelson, former Duquesne basketball star, dies at 73
This KDKA-TV article includes interviews with Duquesne President Ken Gormley and Vice President of Athletics Dave Harper as they reflect on the passing of Garry Nelson and his legendary history with Duquesne's basketball team. 

Duquesne Basketball Star Garry Nelson Dies at 73 
This article by Pittsburgh Sports Now spotlights Vice President of Athletics Dave Harper reflecting on Duquesne basketball icon Garry Nelson. 

Garry Nelson, one of Duquesne basketball's legendary Nelson Twins, dies at age 73 
This article by Tribune-Review interviews Duquesne President Ken Gormley and Vice President of Athletics Dave Harper emphasizing the Nelson twins’ impact on the basketball court and in the legal field. 

Garry Nelson, Duquesne icon on the court and in the courtroom, dies at 73 
This article by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette spotlights Duquesne President Ken Gormley and Vice President of Athletics Dave Harper remembering Garry Nelson as a devoted alum and team player. 

Duquesne grad student studies intersection of 'craft, church and a life of faith' in Appalachia 
This article by Tribune-Review highlights Ph.D. student Gwendolen Jackson and her dissertation research on the convergence of faith, craft, and Appalachia lifestyle. 

Jun. 2
Inside look at Duquesne University's "Opportunity Knocks" event
In this Talk Pittsburgh segment on KDKA-TV, Director of Duquesne’s Small Business Development Center Richard Longo discussed an upcoming entrepreneurship event to be held at Duquesne.  

Jun. 1

Dietrich Foundation to endow dean position at Duquesne University osteopathic medical school
This article from Pittsburgh Business Times highlights William S. Dietrich II and Dietrich Foundation's gift of $10 million to endow the Dean of the Duquesne University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

May 31
Are Snow Leopards Endangered?
This story in Discover Magazine includes an interview with Associate Biological Sciences Professor Dr. Jan Janecka about conservation efforts to help protect snow leopards from becoming endangered. 

May 27
Duquesne, FIU, Kansas, Oklahoma, And Texas A&M Are Among The Biggest U.S. News Law School Rankings Winners
This article from TaxProf Blog mentions that the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University advanced 40 spots in U.S. News' annual law school rankings.

May 25  
Shell Cracker Plant in Beaver County to resume operations after $10 million fine  
This article from WPXI-TV includes an interview with Chemistry Professor Dr. Clifford Lau about repairs that a Shell Cracker Plant in Beaver County has made following a shutdown in Mar.. 

Western Pa. set to “level up” its quantum capabilities with an $11.6 million investment from Pitt  
This article from Pittwire discusses a recent investment into Pittsburgh Quantum Institute, a collaborative research facility between Pittsburgh universities, including Duquesne. 

May 24
Long musical road comes to an end for O’Hara’s Craig Cannon
This article from the Tribune-Review highlights retired adjunct Professor of Music Education at Duquesne University Craig Cannon and a timeline of his musical career.

May 23
Sister Candace Introcaso, La Roche University president, dies
This article from KDKA TV includes a statement from Duquesne University President and Professor of Law Ken Gormley reflecting on a friend who had an impact on the Pittsburgh Catholic community.

May 22

This article from Erie Reader highlights that Duquesne President Ken Gormley will lead a constitutional program at the Jefferson Educational Society, illuminating one of the most compelling subjects in American democracy. 

May 21
PATENT DROP: Dude, where’s my data?
This weekly newsletter from The Daily Upside includes an interview with Professor of Computer Science and Coordinator of Cybersecurity Studies Dr. Patrick Juola about why tech patents can help a company gain a competitive edge.

May 18

PATENT DROP: Snap can show you the world
Professor of Computer Science and Cybersecurity Studies Coordinator Dr. Patrick Juola was interviewed for this newsletter by The Daily Upside about how Microsoft is seeking to patent a method of verifying network communications using “proof of presence” technology. 

May 16
Music of the Heart: Event at Duquesne University showcases talent, behavioral health progress
This Post-Gazette article shares the story of how Duquesne Mary Pappert School of Music Alum Katie Harrill is hosting the 13th annual Music of the Heart Recital at Duquesne where performers can display their talents and demonstrate how participating in Harrill’s organization, the Wesley Family Services Creative Arts Program, has helped them overcome social, communicative and cognitive limitations. 

May 14
The future of youth detention hangs in balance of Pittsburgh election
This Pennsylvania Capital-Star article includes an interview with School Psychologist Dr. Tammy Hughes about racial and ethnic disparities in the juvenile justice system. This article was also posted by BLOX Digital.

250 colleges still have openings for current high school seniors | College Connection
This article from My Central Jersey mentions that Duquesne University, among other Pennsylvania colleges, is still accepting applications for the 2023 Fall semester. This article was also posted by News Break. 

May 13
Tricycle Driver’s Son Defies Odds: Filipino Student Julian Martir Accepted to 30 US & UK Universities with 2M Dollars in Scholarships – Find Out How He Did It!
This article from The Good News Pilipinas highlights how an ambitious student from the Philippines has been accepted into 30 prestigious universities in the U.S., including Duquessne. This article was also published by The Philstar Life and MSN Philippines.  

May 11 
Revamped US News law school rankings yield major shifts
This Reuters article mentions how the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University saw the single largest increase on the U.S. News & World Report’s list of top law schools in the nation, moving up 40 spots. 

US News rankings remain unchanged despite boycott from elite law schools
This Washington Examiner article mentions that the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University’s 40-spot increase on the U.S. News & World Report’s list of top law schools is the most significant jump in this year’s rankings.  

Big shifts in U.S. News & World Report law school rankings. Here's why.
This Reuters article discusses how the U.S. News & World Report law school rankings included Duquesne as one of the top schools in the country. The article mentions that Apr. Barton, dean of the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University, attributed the school’s 40-spot increase in rankings to its bar passage and employment rates.

 Here's what to know about the U.S. Supreme Court's upcoming ruling on affirmative action
This Post-Gazette article discusses how the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on two cases about racial considerations in college administrations. The article includes a quote from a Duquesne enrollment official about how the college takes several attributes into account when admitting students, including academics, extracurriculars and leadership potential. 

7 Law Schools Make Top 100 in US News Rankings After Methodology Changes
This JD Journal article mentions that Duquesne’s notable increase in rankings on U.S. News & World Report’s top law schools is one of the most significant changes in this year’s list.   

State spending millions plugging abandoned oil and gas wells

This article from WTAE-TV includes an interview with Duquesne Professor and Environmental Scientist Dr. John Stolz about why abandoned oil and gas wells across PAA pose a health and safety threat. 

U.S. News Ranks the Best Law and Medical Schools for 2023-2024
This article from U.S. News includes the publication’s official list of top law schools in the country, including a significant climb for the Thomas. R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University. 

May 10 
Duquesne now allowed to recruit students to planned osteopathic medical school
This Tribune-Review article spotlights how Duquesne will now begin a significant step of recruiting students for its planned College of Osteopathic Medicine. The article includes quotes from Duquesne President Ken Gormley and Dean of Duquesne’s College of Osteopathic Medicine Dr. John Kauffman. 

Duquesne College of Osteopathic Medicine wins preaccreditation status
This Pittsburgh Business Times article spotlights Duquesne’s College of Osteopathic Medicine achieving “pre-accreditation status” and how this important step means that the University can now begin recruiting students to the medical college.  

May 9 
Terminal turbulence: Evicted Pittsburgh International Airport airmall operator could return after court ruling
Assistant Law Professor Richard Heppner Jr. was interviewed for this Post-Gazette article about how Pennsylvania’s Superior Court recently reversed an Aug. ruling by Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas involving the Pittsburgh International Airport.  

May 8 
The ‘heavy decision to take someone’s life’ has loomed over jury selection in the synagogue shooting trial
This Post-Gazette article includes an interview with Duquesne Catholic Studies Chair Dr. Ken Parker about how potential jurors in the synagogue shooting trial are faced with the difficult task of undergoing questioning relating to the death penalty. This article was also posted by Arca Max, The Brunswick News, The Bradford Era, and Clayton News Daily. 

May 6 
THE WAY WE SEE IT: School of osteopathic medicine will impact rural healthcare 
This article and podcast from the Indiana Gazette mention how osteopathic medical schools, including Duquesne’s proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine, have the ability to impact the practice of medicine in western Pennsylvania for decades to come. 

May 5 
Legendary Steelers coach Bill Cowher gets honorary degree from Duquesne University
KDKA-TV published this article and video interview about how legendary Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher received an honorary degree during Duquesne’s Spring Commencement ceremony. The interview was also posted to KDKA’s YouTube channel. 

Bill Cowher Stresses Leadership in Commencement Speech to Duquesne Grads
This Steelers Now article spotlights former Steelers coach Bill Cowher’s speech about leadership during Duquesne’s Spring Commencement ceremony. The article also includes photos of Cowher with Duquesne President Ken Gormley.  

‘Rite of passage’: Former Steelers coach Bill Cowher receives Duquesne honorary degree
The Post-Gazette spotlighted Duquesne’s Spring Commencement ceremony which included a special honorary degree presented to former Steelers coach Bill Cowher.  

Bill Cowher talks leadership, Steelers draft, Pickett at Duquesne graduation as he receives honorary degree
The Tribune-Review wrote this article about how, on top of his long list of exciting achievements, former Steelers head coach Bill Cowher now has a new accomplishment to cherish: an honorary doctorate of humane letters from Duquesne. The article also includes quotes from Duquesne President Ken Gormley. 

Bill Cowher honored ahead of Duquesne University commencement
This WTAE-TV article includes an interview with former Steelers coach Bill Cowher describing what an honor it is to receive a special degree from Duquesne. 

Here Are The 25 Best Restaurants in Pittsburgh
This Pittsburgh Magazine article spotlights a list of Pittsburgh’s most beloved restaurants, including a Duquesne University student favorite: Moonlit Burgers. 

May 3 
Quaker Valley School District to receive state funds for high school dual credit enrollment opportunities
This Tribune-Review article mentions that Duquesne has a partnership with the Quaker Valley School District to help more high school students succeed by expanding access to dual credit programs. 

May 2
Local woman overcomes dyslexia to graduate college, give back to others
Duquesne University School of Education student Maggie Burke appeared on KDKA’s Talk Pittsburgh show where she spoke about overcoming dyslexia and pursuing a career in education to help make a difference in the lives of others who may have learning disabilities. 

Paralyzed 5 years ago, graduating Duquesne student dreams of helping children with disabilities
This Post-Gazette article spotlights Duquesne psychology student Audriana Michrina, who was left paralyzed after an ATV accident 5 years ago, and her resilient attitude in pursuing a career in therapy to help children with disabilities. 

Duquesne University appoints law school dean to another term
Dean of the Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Duquesne University Apr. Barton was highlighted in a Pittsburgh Business Times article as she was recently reappointed for another term.

May 1
Aurora to headline Jazz Crawl
Adjunct Professor of Jazz Studies Jeff Bush and Director of Jazz Studies Mike Tomaro were featured in a Cumberland Times-News article discussing their group, Aurora, and how they will be performing at the Jazz Crawl on May 12.

Could Trump be convicted of a crime if he becomes president again? Why there is no transparent answer
Duquesne University President Ken Gormley was quoted about having a newly elected president with ongoing indictments in articles posted by Breaking U.S. News, Receive and Super News.

Duquesne Nursing, Physician Assistant Programs Get High Rankings In U.S. News 2023-2023 Best Graduate Programs
In an article from Western Pennsylvania Healthcare News, it highlights the recent rankings made by U.S. News & World Report as a national top provider of graduate programs for nursing and physician assistant programs.

Apr. 30
Duquesne President Reappoints Liberal Arts Dean to Second Term
Dean of the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts Dr. Kristine L. Blair was highlighted in a Targeted News Service article as she was recently reappointed for her second term.

Apr. 29
Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas judge candidates make their cases
Professor of Law Bruce Ledewitz was quoted in a Lancaster Online article talking about the qualifications to serve as a judge and how voters can answer the question of whether someone is qualified before filling out the ballot.

Apr. 28
From the Bottom: Breaking Down Anthony Jackson’s Bass Line on “Where’s Mumphrey
Professor of Jazz Bass Paul Thompson created a video posted on No Treble and YouTube about the musicians in the band Eyewitness, specifically Anthony Jackson.

Apr. 27 
On National Skilled Trades Day, America’s labor shortage looms
Professor of Economics Antony Davies was quoted in a Frederick News Post article about the labor shortage and its consequences in the U.S. 

Davies: Tax code a playground for a few, maze for many
Professor of Economics Antony Davies wrote an op-ed for The Boston Herald about the tax code and how it has become convoluted for many taxpayers. 

Apr. 26 
Giving Transfer Students a Financial Boost
This Inside Higher Ed article spotlights how Duquesne is investing in transfer students and creating opportunities for financial support. 

Apr. 25 
Duquesne University's business school dean appointed to 4th term
Dean of the Palumbo-Donahue School of Business Dean McFarlin was highlighted in a Pittsburgh Business Times article as he was recently reappointed for a fourth term. 

Pittsburgh region could prove pivotal in Biden reelection chances
Political Science Professor Lewis Irwin was quoted in a Tribune-Review article about Allegheny County being a pivotal region for candidates in the upcoming 2024 presidential election. 

Amid a rise in swatting calls, the fabrication and fear of mass shootings collide
In an article from ABC News and WHIO-TV 7 Dayton, Director of the Center for Emerging and Innovative Media Don Maue was quoted about the advancements in artificial intelligence and the impact it’s had on swatting calls. 

Apr. 24
When a country seizes a home over taxes, who should get to keep the equity?
Visiting Professor of Property Law at Duquesne University Julie Gilgoff was quoted in an article published by MPR News Minnesota about property rights for homeowners and where things can go wrong in court settings.

Apr. 23
Ken Gormley: A Constitutional nightmare
Duquesne President Ken Gormley offered constitutional law expertise in this Post-Gazette op-ed about the impact of former President Trump’s indictment. 

Apr. 21 
CAHME Announces the Initial Accreditation of Duquesne University’s Master of Health Administration Program
Duquesne University was featured in an article from EINPressWire as CAHME is working with the school on adding accreditation to the Master of Health Administration Program. 

On A Positive Note: Paw and Order Dog Training help dogs get ready for their forever homes
Business Consultant for the Small Business Development Center at Duquesne Denis Olson was quoted in an article from CBS News Pittsburgh about Paw and Order Dog Training, which is a small business he works for along with the university’s center.

Apr. 20
Fighting Bias in Healthcare: Racism & Xenophobia
Department Chair and Associate Professor for the Rangos School of Health Sciences Dr. Faina Linkov published an op-ed on MHA Onlineabout why healthcare leaders should be trained in diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism. 

Exploring the controversial topic of book banning
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Law Ann Schiavone, J.D. was featured in a Talk Pittsburgh segment on KDKA TV discussing the legal processes behind banning books and why the topic is controversial.

Apr. 19 
Duquesne University will launch engineering programs in the fall to meet growing demand
90.5 WESA wrote this article about how Duquesne is launching additional engineering programs as well as donning a new name, the School of Science and Engineering. 

Apr. 17 
Duquesne University plans new science/engineering school
This WPXI-TV article spotlights how Duquesne will combine some of its programs and expand engineering degrees, creating the School of Science and Engineering that will increase offerings in high-demand STEM fields.

Why Duquesne University is building up its engineering programs
Duquesne President Ken Gormley was interviewed by Pittsburgh Business Times about how expanding engineering programs at the university has been a goal since starting his presidency.

Apr. 16 
Duquesne University plans new science/engineering school
Duquesne was the topic of a Pittsburgh Business Times article as the school is expanding engineering degrees and renaming its science school to the School of Science and Engineering. 

Awash in Toxic Wastewater From Fracking for Natural Gas, Pennsylvania Faces a Disposal Reckoning
Director of the Center for Environmental Research and Education and Environmental Microbiology Professor Dr. John Stolz was interviewed by Inside Climate News about how drill cuttings and other solid fracking waste can harm the environment. 

Duquesne University to add 4 engineering programs and rename its science school
This Post Gazette article discusses how Duquesne is creating four new engineering programs and renaming the science school to the School of Science and Engineering. 

Duquesne University renaming science school, offering new majors
A news segment from CBS News Pittsburgh was posted on Yahoo! News and YouTube discussing how Duquesne is renaming its science school and offering new engineering majors. 

Apr. 15 
Duquesne student running in Boston Marathon in memory of former classmate
Duquesne University graduate student Carlin Long was featured in a Post-Gazette article as he is running this year’s Boston Marathon to carry on the legacy of his former classmate in his hometown of Steubenville, Ohio. 

Apr. 10 
2023 Startups to Watch
This Pittsburgh Business Times article spotlights prominent local startups, including winners of the 2021-2022 Duquesne New Venture Challenge, DisSolves Inc. 

Apr. 5 
Duquesne University's law school to see improvements after 'substantial' donation from renowned lawyer and alumnus Thomas R. Kline
The Post-Gazette wrote this article about how one of the nation's top litigators, Thomas R. Kline, recently gave a substantial donation to the school that bears his name: the Thomas R. Kline Law School of Duquesne University. 

Duquesne alum Thomas R. Kline makes another gift to namesake law school
The Pittsburgh Business Times included coverage of how prominent lawyer Thomas R. Kline, who gave Duquesne a record $50 million gift, is now providing additional funding for improvements of the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University. 

Ancient symbols of Easter season rooted in ideas of renewal
Duquesne Assistant History Professor Michael Cahall was interviewed by the Tribune-Review about the origin story of why the bunny rabbit became the recognized symbol of Easter. 

City Council approves Pittsburgh Police contract
WESA-FM interviewed Law Professor Joe Mistick about the Pittsburgh City Council’s new contract with the city’s police union. 

Prominent Trial Lawyer Tom Kline to Fund Construction Upgrades to Duquesne's Law School wrote this article about how prominent trial lawyer Thomas R. Kline has pledged to fund construction upgrades to the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University. 

Apr. 4 
Could Trump Be Convicted of a Felony if He Becomes President Again? Why There's No Clear Answer
Duquesne President Ken Gormley provided constitutional law expertise for this Time Magazine article about the impact of former President Trump’s indictment.  

Mar. 31 
‘It was real’: psychologist describes mental toll Wednesday’s lockdown and hoax can take
School of Education Professor, licensed psychologist and school psychologist Dr. Tammy Hughes was interviewed by WPXI-TVregarding the psychological impact that recent false reports of active shooters in Pittsburgh-area schools had on students, families, and educators.

While the active-shooter calls were a hoax, the stress was real. How can adults help children cope?
In an article from WESA-FM Radio, School of Education Professor, licensed psychologist and school psychologist Dr. Tammy Hughes offered insight into how families can support children who have experienced trauma and the importance of checking in on kids to assess their mental wellbeing.  

Mar. 30 
Making beautiful music with Pittsburgh Youth Chorus's Cantate Choir
Duquesne’s Adjunct Professor of Music and Artistic Director of Pittsburgh Youth Chorus Shawn Funk and Senior Music Therapy Student Zoe Maxwell were live on Talk Pittsburgh to discuss their Cantate Choir, an inclusive opportunity for children with physical, social and intellectual challenges to experience the benefits of music. 
How to Talk to Your Kids about School Shootings
School of Education Professor, licensed psychologist and school psychologist Dr. Tammy Hughes was interviewed on KDKA Radio with Rick Dayton to discuss how parents can support children who experience trauma. 

Experts explain impact of 'swatting' calls following slew of false school threats
School of Education’s School Psychology Professor Dr. Tammy Hughes and Director of Duquesne’s Center for Emerging and Innovative Media Don Maue were interviewed by WTAE-TV about the psychological impact of computer-generated threats to schools.

Davies: Pols’ Oil Biz Blame Game Ignores How Markets Work
Professor of Economics Antony Davies wrote an op-ed published by The Daily Reformer, and Boston Herald, among others, discussing how some politicians and media responded to rising gas prices. 

Mar. 29 
People convicted of some crimes now required to give DNA samples
Associate Professor of Law at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University John Rago was quoted in an article published by the Cranberry Eagle and the Butler Eagle about how the FBI are using DNA samples from people convicted of felony crimes and higher-level misdemeanors to help solve other crimes.

Mar. 24
Duquesne University professor explores ecopsychology in new book
Professor of Psychology Dr. Will Adams spoke on a Talk Pittsburgh segment on KDKA-TV, also published by Yahoo! News, about his new book “A Wild and Sacred Call” and the newer idea of ecopsychology.

Mar. 23 
Collapsing banks raises questions about your finances
In this Talk Pittsburgh segment on KDKA-TV, Associate Professor of Economics Dr. Risa Kumazawa discussed financial insight for consumers surrounding the recent Silicon Valley Bank collapse. 

From the Bottom: Why Charlie Parker’s Music Will Change Your Life
Professor of Jazz Bass Paul Thompson was featured on No Treble as he published an article and video about the music of saxophonist Charlie Parker. 

Former Steelers head coach Bill Cowher is Duquesne's commencement speaker
This Pittsburgh Business Times article spotlights how former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher and Duquesne alumna Board member and philanthropic leader Catharine M. Ryan will receive honorary degrees from Duquesne during its Spring Commencement ceremony. 

Mar. 22 
Legendary Steelers coach Bill Cowher to get honorary degree from Duquesne University
Duquesne University President Ken Gormley was quoted in a KDKA-TVarticle discussing the announcement of former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher and Duquesne alumna Board member and philanthropic leader Catharine M. Ryan as recipients of honorary degrees during the university’s Spring Commencement ceremony. 

Bill Cowher will be awarded honorary degree from Duquesne University, will speak at commencement
WPXI-TV published this article about Bill Cowher being the Commencement speaker for the Spring 2023 graduates from the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts and being awarded an honorary degree. Duquesne President Ken Gormley was quoted on his excitement about having the former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach be part of the ceremony.  

Former Steelers coach Bill Cowher receiving honorary doctorate from Duquesne
Duquesne University President Ken Gormley was quoted in a WTAE-TV article discussing the announcement of former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher and Duquesne alumna Board member and philanthropic leader Catharine M. Ryan as recipients of honorary degrees during the university’s Spring Commencement ceremony. 

Steelers coach Bill Cowher, board member to be honored at Duquesne University commencement
Duquesne University President Ken Gormley was interviewed for this Post-Gazette article about how former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher and Duquesne Board alumna and philanthropist Catharine M. Ryan will be receiving honorary degrees during this Spring’s Commencement ceremony. 

Mar. 21 
Chatham Baroque Presents THE JOY OF BACH, April 22 and 23
Assistant Professor of Musicianship Paul Miller was mentioned in an article published by Broadway World as he will be performing in a concert next month honoring the late Bach scholar Don O. Franklin, whose contributions to the performance of Bach impacted Pittsburgh and the early music community at large. 

Mar. 20 
Intersections Part 1 3/20/2023
Dean of the School of Education Dr. Gretchen Generett was featured on KDKA-TV's news program "Intersections'' highlighting women in education and how the number of women in educational leadership positions is on the rise.

Mar. 17
Through the Eyes of Greed
Professor of Economics Antony Davies had an op-ed published by akeratos of Delphi discussing how some politicians and media responded to rising gas prices. 

 Mar. 16 
Renowned Pa. attorney Thomas Kline to speak at Duquesne law commencement, months after historic $50 million gift
This Post-Gazette article spotlights how renowned lawyer Thomas R. Kline, who committed $50 million to Duquesne, will deliver the spring commencement address for the law school that now bears his name: the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University. The article, including an interview with Apr. Barton, dean of the law school, also mentions that Kline will receive an honorary degree during the ceremony.  

It's not easy being a student-athlete. Here's how Duquesne University helps players succeed in the classroom
Duquesne University Associate Athletic Director Sherene Brantley, Assistant Director of Academic and Student Services for Men's and Women's Basketball Teams Mekaela Giantonio and several Duquesne student-athletes were quoted in this Post-Gazette article highlighting how the university provides players with support to boost academic success. 

Mar. 14 
This fashion show celebrates World Down Syndrome Day
Duquesne University student Colton Vazquez was quoted in this Post-Gazette article talking about his experience being part of the Down Syndrome Association of Pittsburgh's first fashion show and what it meant for him to be on stage. 

Mar. 13 
CMU, Duquesne and Pitt team up to host joint 'Hacking4Humanity' event
Duquesne University was mentioned in articles from the Pittsburgh Business Times, User Walls and Knowledia News as they are teaming up with other Pittsburgh universities to identify ways to combat online hate speech. 

Mar. 10
San Francisco slavery fund has yet to get a donation from city contractors in its 7 years
In an article published by Just the News, Center Square Online and others, Professor of Economics Antony Davies was quoted about businesses in San Francisco donating to improve the effects of slavery.

Mar. 9
Planning key to success for Ochsner
Dean of the Mary Pappert School of Music David Allen Wehr was mentioned in a Tribune Chronicle and Vindicator Online article discussing the five Ps in music and his upcoming piano solo at the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra.

From the Bottom: Meshell Ndegeocello’s Perfect Groove
Professor of Jazz Bass Paul Thompson had an article and video published by No Treble that talked about his favorite album Plantation Lullabies by Meshell Ndegeocello.

Mar. 8
How to increase your students’ digital acumen
Associate Professor of Accounting Amy J.N. Yurko was mentioned in a Journal of Accountancy article as to how she uses applications such as SAS, Tableau, Alteryx and Excel for her students in the classroom.

National Women's History Month: Pennsylvania's 1st female judge appointed in Allegheny County
Duquesne University alumna Debra Todd was highlighted in an article published by the Trib-Review for her recent swearing in ceremony as the first woman in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s history to serve as chief justice.

Mar. 7
Governor Shapiro's budget proposes new teacher incentives
Duquesne University’s School of Education Dean Dr. Gretchen Givens Generett was quoted in a WTAE-TV article talking about the decline of enrollment and how COVID-19 has impacted that as well as the new budget for teachers.

Mar. 5 
St. Clair Health To Be Clinical Training Site For Duquesne University College Of Osteopathic Medicine Students
In an article published by The Western Pennsylvania Healthcare News, St. Clair Health announced a long-term agreement with Duquesne University's proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine in training the next generation of physicians in Southwestern Pennsylvania. 

Mar. 4
Slavery and the 1619 Project: Phil Magness on Words & Numbers
This article in American Institute for Economic Research features an interview with Professor of Economics Antony Davies who joined the Words & Numbers podcast to discuss the 1619 Project and how it incorrectly portrays the history and relationship between slavery and capitalism. 

UPMC volunteer receives award
Duquesne University student Nick Fetzer was mentioned in articles published by CNHI News and The Tribune-Democrat as he received the Mary E. Moorhead Volunteer Excellence Award at UPMC Shadyside for his work as a member of the hospital’s Patient Experience volunteer team. 

Mar. 3
Critical Consciousness Helps Marginalized Youth Turn Mental Distress Toward Social Action
Clinical Psychology doctoral student Jose Luiggi-Hernandez wrote this op-ed for Mad in America about how developing critical consciousness can improve self-esteem and overall wellbeing of racialized and minoritized youth.

Mar. 2
20 People to Know in Higher Education: Quincy Stephenson, Duquesne University
Director of Diversity and Inclusion of the Center for Excellence in Diversity and Student Inclusion Quincy Stephenson was recognized by the Pittsburgh Business Times as a prominent leader in Higher Education.

A Supreme Court student loan ruling could have 'ripple effects' on 80,000 people in the Pittsburgh region
This Post-Gazette article includes an interview with Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz about the major questions doctrine surrounding President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan.

Mar. 1
Poets&Quants’ Best Undergraduate Business Schools Of 2023
Poets&Quants ranks Duquesne’s Palumbo-Donahue School of Business as one of the top business schools in the nation.  

Pittsburgh St. Patrick's Day Parade 2023: Parade route, parking, street closures
This WTAE-TV article mentions that a Duquesne University graduate will be the grand marshal of Pittsburgh’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

Biochem prof publishes two SARS-CoV-2 research articles
This Westminster College News article mentions the research that Professors of Chemistry Dr. Jeffrey Evanseck and Dr. Rita Mihailescu conducted regarding the function of the s2m motif in SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

Feb. 28
St. Clair Health partners with Duquesne University College of Osteopathic Medicine
This Pittsburgh Business Times article spotlights how the Duquesne University College of Osteopathic Medicine has partnered with St. Clair Health to train medical students in southwest PA and champion the region’s future health care providers.

Feb. 27
20 People to Know in Higher Education: David Dausey, Duquesne University
Executive Vice President, Provost, and Professor of Medicine and Health Science Dr. David Dausey was recognized by the Pittsburgh Business Times as an outstanding leader in Higher Education. 

Feb. 27
20 People to Know in Higher Education: David Dausey, Duquesne University
Executive Vice President, Provost, and Professor of Medicine and Health Science Dr. David Dausey was recognized by the Pittsburgh Business Times as an outstanding leader in Higher Education.

Feb. 22
Breaking barriers across the board
This article mentions how President of the Pittsburgh Steelers Art Rooney Senior helped pay for the NFL’s first Black assistant coach, Lowell Perry, to go to law school at Duquesne- an experience that Perry said was a major stepping-stone to an illustrious career.

Feb. 21 

Law Schools May Ditch Standardized Tests To Boost Diversity, But Students Aren’t Sold
Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University Student Terrance Kible was quoted by Daily Caller in an article that surveyed students about the American Bar Association’s attempt to pass a proposal that would allow law schools to accept students without a standardized test score. 

Feb. 20 
‘The Black Fives: The Epic Story of Basketball’s Forgotten Era,’ featuring author Claude Johnson will be broadcast live Feb. 23
Duquesne University was mentioned in an article published by Education News Today and URI Alumni Magazine as the university will be involved in broadcasting the A-10 Commission on Racial Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Duquesne University President Ken Gormley will serve as one of the moderators for the virtual discussion. 

Feb. 17 
Combating racial bias when women are missing
New Pittsburgh Courier spotlighted Duquesne’s Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law’s summit on racial inequality in the media. 

Feb. 16 
From the Bottom: Breaking Down the Work of Raymond Jackson
Professor of Jazz Bass Paul Thompson had an article and video published by No Treble that discussed an iconic bass line.

Feb. 15
CDC report shows mental well-being of teenage girls is getting worse
This article and radio program published by WESA-FM’s “The Confluence” features an interview with Professor of School Psychology Dr. Tammy Hughes about the recent CDC report finding that teenage girls are experiencing record-high levels of mental health challenges.  

Duquesne University 'Chopped' challenge
This KDKA-TV article spotlights the Duquesne students who guest starred on Pittsburgh Today Live to show off their cooking skills ahead of the university’s annual “Chopped” competition. 

Why Is Affirmative Action in Peril? One Man’s Decision
In this article published by the New York Times, Duquesne President Ken Gormley was mentioned in relation to his biography “Archibald Cox: Conscience of a Nation” as the article discussed Cox’s impact on affirmative action.

Feb. 14
Bill Gates gave away $5.1 billion last year but Warren Buffett isn’t far behind. Check out the biggest philanthropists of 2022
Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University was mentioned in an article published by Fortune as Kline’s $50 million gift to the school ranked him on the publication’s list of donors who gave the most money in 2022. 

List of America’s top 50 donors in 2022 
Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University was mentioned in articles published by Star Tribune Online, Chron, and SF Gate, and others, as Kline’s $50 million gift to the school ranked him as one of 2022’s biggest philanthropists. 

Philanthropy 50: List of America’s 50 Best Donors in 2022
This article published by Canada Today News, Times Union Online, Financial Post and others mentions the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University as Kline’s $50 million gift to the school ranked him as one of the biggest philanthropists in 2022. 

500 Academics and Mental Health Professionals Call for Removal of Professor Accused of Antisemitism
Associate Professor of Psychology Dr. Daniel Burston was mentioned in an article published by Algemeiner, Global Diaspora News and USSA News Online as he co-authored a letter, along with 500 other mental health professionals, urging George Washington University to remove a clinical psychology professor who is under investigation for allegations of discrimination. 

Ohio River Drinking Water Map: Toxic Chemical Spill Raises Impact Concerns
In an article published by Newsweek Online and Public News Time, Professor of Environmental Microbiology Dr. John Stolz was quoted about water contamination and certain areas in Ohio that may be impacted. 

Know Your Enemy: Triumph of the Therapeutic, with Hannah Zeavin and Alex Colston
This article in Dissent Magazine features an interview with Clinical Psychology Ph.D. student Alex Colston who was a guest on the Know Your Enemy podcast discussing the ideology of conservative sociologist Philip Rieff.

Feb. 9
How Duquesne's Keith Dambrot went from coaching 'debacle' to 500 career wins
In an article published by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Head Coach of the Men’s Basketball Team Keith Dambrot was quoted about his coaching career and what led him to taking the coaching job at Duquesne.

Feb. 8
Penn State joins dozens of law schools withdrawing from participating in U.S. News rankings
Dean and Professor of Law Apr. Barton was quoted in a Trib-Review article discussing law schools across the country withdrawing from U.S. News rankings.

Feb. 6 
The Age of Decline
This American Institute for Economic Research op-ed written by Associate Professor of Economics Antony Davies discusses the concept of the 'Age of Decline' and how a decline in total population correlates to a declining economy

Feb. 3
From the Bottom: My Favorite Bass Line in 17/16
No Treble featured an article and video tutorial by Professor of Jazz Bass Paul Thompson about how musicians can learn to play the progressive rock album 'Discipline" by King Crimson.

Fight against inflation continues in 2023
This WTAE-TV article includes an interview with Associate Dean for Academic Systems and Accreditation and Associate Professor of Economics Dr. Risa Kumazawa about inflation periods and when prices are expected to decrease. 

Feb. 2 
Psychodynamic Therapy Effective for Depressive Symptoms, Study Finds
Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Student José G. Luiggi-Hernández wrote an article published by Mad in America and the Journal of Affective Disorders about why short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy is an effective way to treat depression.  

Jan. 30
Feds to spend $25M to entice food stamp recipients to eat more fruits, vegetables
Professor of Economics Antony Davies was quoted in an article discussing how the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service plans to invest money into encouraging people on food stamps to purchase more fruits and vegetables. The article was published on Center Square Online, Moore County News, Collinsville Daily News and among others.

Jan. 27
Ring the bells: Family celebrates son’s recovery from leukemia at Peek’n Peak
Duquesne University student Aiden Zapheris-Mack was mentioned in an article from WJET-TV Online as he celebrated his recovery from leukemia with family.

Jan. 27 Continued
Please see below for the following media outlets that covered the Duquesne-Loyola Chicago basketball game food delivery prank:

'DoorDash driver' walks onto court during Duquesne-Loyola Chicago game in apparent social media stunt
Yahoo! Canada Sports and AOL 

Apparent McDonald’s delivery interrupts college basketball game
The Washington Post Online 

Duquesne Says Sideline Food Delivery During CBB Game Was Prank Done for Exposure
Bleacher Report 

 Jan. 26 
Delivery person walks onto the court during Loyola Chicago-Duquesne
ESPN, Global ESPN, The Baltimore Post, among others. 

Fast-food delivery courtside at Duquesne University basketball game was a planned PRANK as college reveals it's ramping up security to avoid future stunts
Daily Mail, Pittsburgh Star, NY Star, WTAE-TV Online, among others. 

Purported food deliveryman on court during Loyola-Duquesne game was a prank
CBS News Chicago 

Uber Eats prank at Duquesne-Loyola game prompts university safety review
The Guardian 

Duquesne basketball game disrupted by DoorDash delivery driver was prank, university says
Yahoo News and WPXI 

Food delivery person at Duquesne basketball game turns out to be prankster
Pittsburgh-Post Gazette 

Viral Uber Eats delivery at Duquesne-Loyola Chicago game was a prank
New York Post 

Duquesne reviews safety policy after food delivery 'prank'

The UberEats guy who interrupted Duquesne's men's hoops game might, shockingly, have been fake
USA Today 

Duquesne Court Crasher Wasn’t From Uber Eats or DoorDash
 Front Office Sports 

 Jan. 25 
Viral Uber Eats Prank Forces Duquesne to Analyze Safety Protocols
Sports Illustrated, Marietta Daily Journal, Cherokee Tribune, Clayton News Daily, Gwinnett Daily Post, among others. 

'DoorDash driver' walks onto court during Duquesne-Loyola Chicago game in apparent social media stunt
Yahoo Sports, AOL, MSN Sports, News Break, WSB-TV Online, among others. 

Basketball Game Goes Viral After Delivery Guy Walks ONTO THE COURT With Food! WATCH!
Perez Hilton 

Duquesne calls a foul on DoorDash prankster who interrupted game

Jan. 25 Continued
Davies: Economic freedom gateway to U.S. prosperity
Professor of Economics Antony Davies wrote an article about economic freedom across all 50 states published by The Boston Herald and The Daily Reformer

Jan. 24 
Why does the State Museum of Pennsylvania have the remains of nearly 1,000 Native Americans?
University Archivist Tom White was interviewed by FOX43 about the challenges that museums, including the State Museum of Pennsylvania, face regarding returning Native American remains to their original tribes.   

From the Bottom: Breaking Down the “Riff of the Century”
Adjunct Professor of Jazz Bass Paul Thompson wrote an article and published a video on No Treble highlighting the story of how two musical giants, Stevie Wonder and Jeff Beck, first met in the early 70s.  

Top Schools For Online Nursing Master's Degree Programs
Duquesne University was featured in an article published by MedPage Today and Medically Prime as one of the best nursing education programs in the country. 

Jan. 23 
Do layoffs really help companies?
A scholarly journal written by Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management Ryan Atkins and Assistant Professor of Finance Charles Favreau was quoted in this News 9 Live article discussing layoffs in the workplace. 

Debt Ceiling Theater, The 2023 Revival
Professor of Economics Antony Davies co-authored an article published by Health Care News Online and American Institute for Research that discusses the concept of the 'Debt Ceiling Theater' and media surrounding the debt limit.

Jan. 21 
25 Years Later, Looking for Lessons in the Clinton Scandal
This New York Times article about the 25-year anniversary of Monica Lewinsky’s affair with former President Clinton includes an interview with University President Ken Gormley about Ken Starr, the former independent counsel who led a highly publicized investigation of then-President Clinton. This article was also published by The Seattle Times. 

Jan. 20 
Unemployment rate in Pennsylvania hits record low of 3.9%, but Duquesne prof says that comes with a caveat
Professor of Economics Dr. Risa Kumazawa was quoted by the Tribune-Review in an article about Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate.  

Jan. 19
Ellwood City native Debra Todd was a ‘superstar from the start.’ Now she leads the Pa. Supreme Court
Duquesne President Ken Gormley was quoted in article from the Post-Gazette about Debra Todd becoming the first female chief justice in the 300-year history of Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court.

Elizabethtown grad, Duquesne All-American bowler Olivia Farwell earns spot on Team USA
Recent Duquesne graduate Olivia Farwell recently qualified for the United States Bowling Congress’ Team USA and shared her thoughts in an article from Lancaster Online.

Jan. 18
As The World Tries To Cut Back On Fossil Fuels, Oil Companies Turn To Plastic
Adjunct Professor of Chemistry Dr. Clifford Lau was quoted in an article from TPM about oil companies turning to plastic instead of fossil fuels.

New Leadership at Covestro’s US Operations
Duquesne graduate Samif Hifri will become the new chairman and president at Covestro LLC on Jul. 1, 2023 mentioned in Plastics Today, Rubber World Online and Polymers Paint Colour Journal.

Jan. 17
Evidence That Economic Freedom Improves Outcomes – Analysis
Professor of Economics Antony Davies’s article about economic freedom throughout the United States was published by Daily Guardian EU, Eurasia Review and American Institute for Research.

The rise of Austin Davis: From Mon Valley rep to Pa.’s first Black lieutenant governor
In an article from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, political analyst Kristen Coopie was interviewed about Austin Davis.

Jan. 15
Commonwealth Court opinions on Krasner impeachment ‘create more questions than answers’
Published by News Break, The Wellsboro Gazette and The Bradford Era, Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz was quoted from his interview with Capital-Star in an article about Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner.

Clifford Bob: The panic industrial complex
Professor and Chair of Political Science Clifford Bob’s article regarding the panic industrial complex and the book he plans to write on the topic was published by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Jan. 14
Equity and COVID-19 treatment allocation: A questionable criterion
Associate Professor of Nursing and Philosophy Eric Vogelstein co-authored an article published on Wiley Online Library about scarce medical resources and COVID-19.

Through bone marrow donation, Duquesne’s Ayden Garnes saves stranger’s life
Duquesne football player Ayden Garnes was interviewed by Tribune-Review on his bone marrow experience and being able to save a life.

Jan. 13
Senator Fontana Announces Over $170,000 in Grants to Combat Campus Sexual Assault and Violence in Allegheny County
In an article from Einpresswire, Duquesne University was one of the college campuses in Pittsburgh to receive part of the It’s On Us PA grants.

Jan. 11
A critical shortage: Amid burnout, fatigue, exhaustion, nurses leave their jobs
School of Nursing Dean Mary Ellen Glasgow was interviewed by the Post-Gazette for this article about the nursing shortage. 

8 major development projects to watch in 2023
Duquesne’s construction plans to build student housing on Forbes Avenue is included in Next Pittsburgh’s article about Pittsburgh’s biggest development projects in 2023.  

Jan. 10
Local books: Authors tackle the Immaculate Reception, an Alaskan adventure and rifle shooting
Duquesne was mentioned in this Post-Gazette article about a new fiction novel being published that follows the story of three Duquesne students getting tickets to a 1972 Steelers' game.

Jan. 9
Senate Republicans Move Constitutional Amendment Giving General Assembly Unilateral Power To Veto Regulations, With No Oversight
This PA Environment Digest Blog mentions the 'Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania – 1874' which was posted by the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University.

'Shotty' reputation: Myers family keeps producing excellent basketball shooters
This Post-Gazette article spotlights Duquesne women’s basketball player Tess Myers- one of the best 3-point shooters in the country in NCAA women’s basketball this season- and her family’s shared success on the court. The article also includes an interview with Duquesne’s women’s basketball head coach Dan Burt. 

Renowned conductor to visit for Fredonia Choral Festival
This SUNY Fredonia article mentions that Duquesne’s Director of Choral Activities Dr. Caron Daley will lead an interactive music workshop at the upcoming Fredonia Choral Festival in New York. 

Jan. 5
The Public Theology of Luis Oviedo
This Patheos article includes a link to Duquesne’s YouTube video on the concept of “the common good” and how it aligns with Catholic social teachings. 

Jan. 4
Narrowly divided state House moves slowly to elect speaker
This WTAE-TV article is about how Rep. Carl Walker Metzgar, who graduated from the Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University, is the designated GOP candidate for House Speaker. This article was also shared by Metro PhiladelphiaCumberland Times, PBS’s WHYY, Lancaster Online, and Sun Gazette, among others. 

Jan. 2
Economists: Guaranteed Income Programs Should Replace, Not Supplement, Other Welfare SubsidiesEconomics Professor Antony Davies was quoted in this Ohio Star article discussing the benefits of universal basic income programs. This article was also published by The Minnesota Sun, USSA News Online and Michigan Star, among others.

Jan. 1
Pittsburgh, Greensburg dioceses to hold masses for Pope Benedict
WTAE-TV included a quote from President Gormley on the passing of Pope Benedict in this article that discusses how local dioceses are holding special masses in memory of the late Pope.   

2022: The year in PublicSource photosNew Pittsburgh Courier’s ‘Experience 2022 through the lens of PublicSource Photographers’ article includes a photo from Duquesne’s partnership with the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh to support families in the Hill District area.