Duquesne Appoints New Associate Academic Vice President
Dr. Daniel K. Donnelly has been appointed associate academic vice president at Duquesne University. He will report directly to the provost/academic vice president with the primary responsibilities of managing budget operations, and gathering and analyzing financial and related data for the Academic Affairs Division.
Among his other responsibilities, Donnelly will represent the provost on various committees and collaborate with the financial aid director in administration of the University’s financial aid operations.
Donnelly most recently served as director of Duquesne’s Center for Environmental Research and Education, a position he held since 1996. Prior to joining Duquesne University, he served as an environmental engineer and a laboratory section and branch chief for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and as a chemical process engineer at FMC Corporation.
A resident of Regent Square, Donnelly holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Catholic University of America, an MBA with a concentration in organizational behavior and management science from the University of Maryland, and a Ph.D. in public policy from George Mason University.
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