Duquesne in the News
News coverage highlighting Duquesne's experts and initiatives.
This Pennsylvania Cable Network site's 'More Election 2022' tab includes a recorded roundtable discussion led by Political Science Professor Dr. Lewis Irwin in which Duquesne students were in attendance.
Duquesne University receives $50 million from Jewish alum, renames law school
The Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle published this story about Thomas Kline's recent $50 million donation to the School of Law which now bears his name.
Filmed in 1969, a documentary on the Pittsburgh Police resurfaces
WESA-FM mentioned that a screening of a Pittsburgh Police documentary featuring sociology professor Norm Conti will be shown at the Harris Theater on Friday, September 23 and Saturday, September 24.
Some state lawmakers went on Wyoming rodeo trip paid for by skills games company
Associate Sociology Professor Anita Zuberi was a guest expert on today's episode of ‘The Confluence: Pace-O-Matic' on WESA-FM.
Vonda Wright: Pittsburgh is a powerful health care city. But is Pittsburgh a healthy city?
The Post-Gazette briefly mentioned that Dr. Vonda Wright, an orthopedic sports surgeon and president of Hughston Orthopedics SE, will be a keynote speaker at Duquesne's inaugural Fritzky Family Integrative Health Summit on Thursday, September 22.
New Duquesne-CDC Partnership Focusing on PPE Equity
Western Pennsylvania Healthcare News published this story about Duquesne's partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) which aims to provide PPE for disabled individuals and various minority groups who do not have easy access. Dr. Faina Linkov, department chair and associate professor of health administration and public health, was quoted in this story.
Reading by author Danielle A. St. Hilaire
This Happening Next article features associate professor of English and chair of the English department Danielle A. St. Hilaire about her upcoming lecture "The Play's the Thing': Aesthetics and Shakespeare's Alternate Realities" at the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts on the Penn State Altoona campus.
People on the move
The Post-Gazette highlighted Ellen Gawalt as she was named the first female dean of the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences.
Week in photos: Sept. 18-24, 2022
Physical Therapy students Matt Womer, Jenna Petrillo, Caitlyn Brannon and Elizabeth Goetz are photographed in this Post-Gazette In Focus post while they work on the GoBabyGo Project to adapt cars for children with disabilities.
Guaranteed income programs popping up throughout the country
Economics Professor Antony Davies is quoted in this News Break article regarding the recent universal basic income programs appearing nationwide.
Pennsylvania's high-stakes U.S. Senate race between Oz, Fetterman tightens
Political Science professor Lewis Irwin is quoted in this Tribune-Review article about the close U.S. Senate race between Dr. Mehmet Oz and John Fetterman.
Ken Starr, whose probe led to Clinton impeachment, dies at 76
The Post-Gazette interviewed President Ken Gormley for this story about the death of Ken Starr, a former federal appellate judge and attorney whose investigation of Bill Clinton led to his eventual impeachment.
Pittsburgh's top events: Sept. 15-21
The Pittsburgh City Paper mentioned the music school's Uptown Jazz Series event at the PNC Recital Hall in this weekly event round-up.
Viral tweet on Queen's death garners support, criticism
The Tartan quoted law professor Bruce Ledewitz in this article about a viral tweet published by a local professor in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II's passing.
Pa. House holds Philly DA Krasner in contempt for refusing to respond to select committee subpoena
Pennsylvania Capital-Star interviewed law professor Bruce Ledewitz for this story about The Pennsylvania House's recent vote to hold Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner in contempt for refusing to respond to a committee subpoena.
Baldwin grad Robert Healy proves to be 'a true beast' at Transplant Games of America
The Tribune-Review published this story about media professor and Duquesne football alumnus Robert Healy's participation in the Donate Life Transplant Games of America.
Hazleton native endows second law school with $50M donation
This Standard-Speaker article spotlights influential trial lawyer Thomas R. Kline's commitment of $50 million to provide Duquesne's law school with transformational support.
Penn, Swarthmore again rank among top colleges by U.S. News & World Report
Duquesne is ranked as one of the top ten universities in Pennsylvania in this Philly Voice article.
Faron Pharmaceuticals' Traumakine data shows promise for military applications
This Labiotech article mentions Duquesne's participation in the study of Salvage, Preservation, and Advanced Resuscitation through Endothelial Stabilization (SPARES) at the Military Health System Research Symposium. This story was also published by Standard Speaker, Advanced Financial Network, and Proactive Investors Canada among others.
Doctors outline possible recovery times for T.J. Watt after reportedly tearing pec
KDKA-TV quoted chairman of Rangos School of Health Sciences Dr. Jason Scibek among other professionals regarding the pectoral injury of Steelers Defenseman T.J. Watt.
University of Pittsburgh and UPMC Name New Chair of Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Succeeding the Late Freddie H. Fu, M.D.
Inside Life Changing Medicine published this report on Dr. MaCalus V. Hogan, foot and ankle consultant in the athletic department at Duquesne and other local universities, as he was named by University of Pittsburgh and UPMC as the new chair of orthopaedic surgery. This story was also published by Pittsburgh Business Times, Healio, and the Post-Gazette.
Duquesne University receives $50 million from Thomas Kline
Philanthropy News Digest published this story about Thomas R. Kline's $50 million gift to Duquesne's law school, the largest gift commitment in the University's history.
Two Pennsylvania law schools now named after Philadelphia tort attorney
Practice Source published this report on the $50 million gift from Thomas R. Kline to the School of Law which will now bear his name. This report was also published by ABA Journal.
Duquesne University Professor Says Death of Queen May Have Lasting Political Implications
This Pittsburgh Magazine article includes an interview with History Professor Dr. John Mitcham about the potential political impact of the Queen of England's passing.
How will student loan relief impact the economy, higher education? Professors weigh in
Economics Professor Antony Davies is quoted in The Meadville Tribune among other Pennsylvania professors regarding the different standpoints on the Biden administration's student loan relief plan.
Dog faces can be incredibly cute - here's how and why
Physical Therapy Professor Anne Burrows is quoted in this Borneo Bulletin (Brunei, Asia) article about the muscles around dogs' eyebrows and mouths that result in facial expressions.
Learn about fly fishing and spineless creatures at Buffalo Creek Watershed Festival
This Tribune-Review article mentions Duquesne's involvement in the Buffalo Creek Watershed Festival where representatives conducted electro-fishing demonstrations. This story was also published by Lancaster Farming.
‘A chapter is closing': In Pittsburgh, news of Queen Elizabeth II's death hits hard for those with ties to U.K.
The Post-Gazette quoted Assistant Professor and Chair of the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts' Department of History John Mitcham in this story about Queen Elizabeth II's death.
KLINE COMMITS $50 MILLION TO DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY TO NAME LAW SCHOOL
PR Newswire published this release about Philadelphia lawyer and law school alum Thomas R. Kline's $50 million donation to Duquesne's law school which will now bear his name. President Ken Gormley, Law School Dean April Barton and Kline were quoted in the release. This release also appeared in WFMZ-TV, User Walls, IQ Stock News, Finanzen.ch, Street Insider and MENAFN.
Duquesne University receives record $50M gift, renames law school
The Pittsburgh Business Times interviewed President Ken Gormley for this article about Philadelphia lawyer and law school alum Thomas R. Kline's $50 million gift to Duquesne's law school which will now bear his name. This story also appeared in the Philadelphia Business Times.
Duquesne University's law school to get record $50 million donation from renowned lawyer and alumnus Thomas R. Kline
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette interviewed President Ken Gormley and law school alum Thomas R. Kline for this story about Kline's historic $50 million donation to Duquesne's School of Law which will now bear his name. This story also appeared in University Business.
Duquesne Law School Receives $50M Gift
Inside Higher Ed published this story about Thomas R. Kline's $50 million gift to Duquesne's law school, the largest gift commitment in the University's history.
Duquesne University's law school receives $50 million donation, new name
WTAE-TV interviewed Philadelphia lawyer and law school alum Thomas R. Kline for this article about his $50 million gift to Duquesne's School of Law which now bears his name.
With $50 million gift, Tom Kline has a second law school named after him, this one at Duquesne
The Philadelphia Inquirer interviewed President Ken Gormley and law school alum Thomas R. Kline for this story about Kline's historic $50 million donation to Duquesne's law school.
Duquesne University School of Law receives $50 million donation from alumnus Thomas Kline
KDKA-TV published this story about Philadelphia lawyer and law school alum Thomas R. Kline's $50 million donation to the law school.
Number of Catholic institutions with union representation grows
Duquesne was briefly mentioned in this story by Catholic Review about universities with growing union representation among employees.
Inflation drives voters to the polls in November
Political Science Department Chair Professor Clifford Bob is quoted in this Fox News article about the impact of inflation and the influence to get voters to the polls. This story was also published by Verified News Explorer Network.
September 2022 Pittsburgh restaurant roundup
The Incline mentions the newly opened Moonlit Burgers on Duquesne's campus as a recommended eatery in the city.
Pittsburgh's quest to get a ‘fair share' from big nonprofits has lasted for decades. Here's the 4-minute version.
This Public Source article mentions Duquesne among other local universities and entities about the property tax costs for medicine and education in Pittsburgh.
Quaker Valley grad recently named speech-language professor at Duquesne University
Chair of Speech-Language Pathology Department Heather Leavy Rusiewicz is quoted in this Tribune-Review article regarding the recent hiring of David S. Ford as an Assistant Professor in the department. Ford specializes in voice and upper airway disorders who has helped singers, teachers, clergy members, call center workers and others.
COMMENTARY: The way out of the Social Security mess
The Las Vegas Review-Journal published this op-ed by Antony Davies about the potential challenges that may be faced with Social Security.
Gabriel Welsch Surveys the Human Landscape with "Groundscratchers" Collection
This Pittsburgh Quarterly article mentions Gabriel Welsch, Vice President of Marketing and Communications, regarding his revelatory short story collection from Tolsun Books titled "Groundscratchers".
Launch Your Startup: 7 Essential Steps, Tips, Strategies, & Ideas
Duquesne's Small Business Development Center is quoted in this Neil Patel Blog regarding the importance and definition of a business plan. This story was also published by Digimacron.
Ribbon cutting held for new Moonlit Burger location in Allegheny County
WPXI-TV published this story about the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Moonlit Burger location on Duquesne's campus.
Medical emergencies, mac-and-cheese mishaps and elevator rescues: Pitt dorms draw city services, but should the University help fund them?
Duquesne was briefly mentioned in this story by The Pitt News about the lack of payment-in-lieu-of-taxes agreements among local schools.
From steelworkers to baristas: the new face of Pittsburgh's evolving labor movement
The Pittsburgh City Paper mentioned Duquesne in this story about Pittsburgh's growing labor movement.
Student loans contribute to tuition hyper-inflation
Associate Economics Professor Antony Davies was quoted in this story by The Telegraph about the ways in which student loan debt contributes to tuition inflation.
Three Unintended Consequences of Student Loan ‘Forgiveness'
Associate Economics Professor Antony Davies co-wrote this op-ed published by the American Institute for Economic Research about the potential consequences of student loan forgiveness.
Inside the high-flying world of extreme pogo
Assistant Physics Professor Patrick Cooper was quoted in this story by Popular Science about extreme pogo.
Dog faces can be incredibly cute - here's how and why
Physical Therapy Professor Dr. Anne Burrows is quoted in this The Spokesman-Review article about the muscles around dogs' eyebrows and mouths that result in facial expressions.
Here's how Pittsburgh schools measured up in Niche's best college rankings for 2023.
Duquesne is mentioned in this Pittsburgh Business Times article about ranking on Niche's 'Best College Rankings for 2023'.
Letter to the editor: Let's stop fighting and work together on climate change
Robert Sroufe, Murrin Chair of Global Competitiveness at the School of Business, wrote this op-ed for the Tribune-Review about fighting climate change.
Mary Ellen Glasgow: We're running out of nurses. Here's what we must do
Vice Provost for Research and Innovation and Dean of Nursing Mary Ellen Glasgow wrote this op-ed for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about the recent shortage of nurses and nursing faculty.
Pittsburghers say student loan relief will be life-changing, but others say $10k isn't enough
Associate Pharmacy Professor Jordan Covvey was interviewed for this story by WESA-FM about student loan relief.
Celebrities Increasingly Ditching Social Media - Do Fame Seekers Need To Be On Twitter?
Forbes quoted Assistant Nursing Professor Dr. Mai-Ly Steers in this story about various celebrities who are choosing to sign-off of social media platforms for mental health purposes.
Where to eat, shop, and hit the town cheap with Pittsburgh-area student discounts
Duquesne is mentioned in this Pittsburgh City Paper article that lists the many shops and restaurants across the city that offer student discounts.
Clifford Bob: America was right to leave Afghanistan. Now, end the economic war on its people.
Political Science Professor and Department Chair Clifford Bob wrote this op-ed for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about potential solutions that could improve economic activity in Afghanistan.
Robert G. Del Greco, Jr. Named 2023 Best Lawyers® "Lawyer of the Year" in the Pittsburgh Area
School of Law Adjunct Professor of Criminal Defense Law Robert G. Del Greco Jr. was recognized by Best Lawyers as the 2023 "Lawyer of the Year" for Criminal Defense: General Practice in this Dickie McCamey Law article.
Robert Hill: LeBron discovers Boston racism, as Bill Russell had before him
Duquesne legend Chuck Cooper is mentioned in this Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article regarding the history of racism and social injustice in professional sports.
Moonlit Burgers set to open at Duquesne University
This Tribune-Review article includes an interview with Assistant Vice President for Auxiliary Services Scott Richards about the university's positive student response toward Moonlit Burgers' opening on campus.
Moonlit Burgers set to open second location in Pittsburgh
This KDKA-TV story is about Moonlit Burgers' soft launch on Duquesne's campus.
Ancient Humans Bred Dogs for Adorable Puppy Eyes
Physical Therapy Professor Dr. Anne Burrows is quoted in this DogTime article about how dogs and humans communicate through their facial expressions.
MOM & MOM By Tom Cavanaugh to Have World Premiere At The 2022 Pittsburgh New Works Festival
This Broadway World article mentions how the Genesis Theatre is hosting award-winning playwright Tom Cavanaugh as he presents the world premiere of his new short play as part of the 2022 Pittsburgh New Works Play Festival.
Move-in day a success for Duquesne's Class of 2026
This Tribune-Review article quotes Director of Orientation Zach Mansberry discussing the orientation team's efforts in creating a comfortable, positive environment for first-year students.
Moonlit Burgers ready to open second location in Pittsburgh
This Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article mentions how Moonlit Burgers' new location on Duquesne's campus offers a vibrant, bright space for consumers.
Duquesne University brings kosher food Uptown
This Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle article includes an interview with Marketing Manager Chris Novak about how Duquesne is now offering kosher foods to help create more inclusive dining experiences for students, faculty, staff and the Uptown community.
Influx of young families stresses Freeport Area elementary classrooms
Professor Carrie Sofko is quoted in this Tribune Review article discussing the rising numbers of elementary students enrolled in the Freeport Area School District.
Davies: Find a way out of the Social Security shambles
Economics Professor Antony Davies wrote this op-ed for the Boston Herald regarding potential Social Security challenges. This story was also published by Community 99, Odessa American Online and The Post and Courier.
BC3 to introduce 3 STEM programs this fall
The Courier Express mentions Butler Community College is partnering with Duquesne to offer biological science and chemistry courses that will help students seamlessly transition into Duquesne's Pharm.D. program.
Rules for covering DeSantis visit to Pittsburgh pose ethical quandary, experts say
Media Ethics Professor Maggie Patterson is quoted in this WESA-FM article about potential ethical challenges for reporters covering Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' planned visit to Pittsburgh. This story was also published in WITF.
The way out of the Social Security mess
Economics Professor Antony Davies wrote this op-ed for The Telegraph regarding potential Social Security challenges in the future.
NIIMBL Announces $15.8M to Fund 14 New Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Projects
This BioSpace article mentions NIIMBL's announcement to fund new projects and mentions Duquesne's project on Time-Gated Raman spectroscopy. This story was also published by Pharma's Almanac Online, Street Insider and Benzinga, among others.
Duquesne University announces launch of its fourth New Venture Challenge for entrepreneurs
This Pittsburgh Business Times article quoted Dr. Dean McFarlin, Dean of the Palumbo-Donahue School of Business, about the school's fourth Duquesne New Venture Challenge (DNVC). This story was also published by IQ Stock Market and User Wells.
A New Era of Schooling: What Is The Future of Remote Learning?
Dr. David Dausey, Provost and Executive Vice President, is quoted in this Pittsburgh Magazine article about remote schooling and the university's implementation of HyFlex learning.
Jewish life at smaller universities a ‘challenge' but not impossible
In this Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle article, Fr. Bill Christy discusses how the Pittsburgh community offers resources and experiences to Jewish students.
What type of experience do you need to enroll in an online master's in nursing (MSN) program?
Nursing Professor Alison Colbert is quoted in this Fortune article about how online nursing degree programs welcome individuals with a wide range of professional experience.
5 ways schools can respond to student anxiety
Jessica Dirsmith, Clinical Assistant Professor of School Psychology, is quoted in this K12 Dive article about how teachers can set examples of how to help manage stress and anxiety.
There's plenty you can do to save, and now is the ideal time to optimize your budget
In this Post-Gazette article, Economics Professor Dr. Risa Kumazawa discusses how consumers can save money during inflation.
The History of the Tamburitza and the Tamburitzans
This Mesabi Tribune article spotlights how Duquesne played an important role in the history of multicultural song and dance company the Tamburitzans.
Berlin will host Targeting Mitochondria 2022
Healthy Duck wrote this article about how Pharmacy Professor Dr. Devika Manickam, among others, will be speaking at the Mitochondria World Congress event in Berlin, Germany
Fast-acting immune cells provide powerful protection against stroke
Associate Pharmacy Professor Dr. Rehana Leak is mentioned as a co-author in this Honest Columnist article about a University of Pittsburgh study that found that a unique subset of white blood cells confers fast-acting and lasting protection against ischemic stroke. This story was also published by ScienceDaily, Reporter Wings and Swift Telecast, among others.
Gateway School District takes steps to achieve equity
Dr. Anthony Kane is mentioned in this Tribune-Review article about the Gateway School District's efforts to achieve equity includes quotes from Dr. Anthony Kane, director of the Center for Excellence in Diversity and Student Inclusion, from a meeting he attended at the invitation of the Gateway School Board.
Social Media Platforms And The Lessons Of January 6
This Forbes magazine article about whether social media is subject to the First Amendment references a Duquesne Lawyer Magazine article written by former Associate Law Professor Seth Oranburg. This story was also published by Business Breaking News.
A Way Out
Associate Economics Professor Dr. Antony Davies wrote this op-ed for the American Institute of Economic Research about imminent changes to Social Security in the future.
Dog's Hilarious Reaction to Smashing Flat-Screen TV Caught on Pet Cam
This Newsweek article about a TikTok video showing a dog's reaction to chewing up a shoe mentions a study conducted at Duquesne University about "puppy dog eyes" and how dogs evolved facial muscles to enable them to communicate better with their owners. This story was also published by Nokia News and Techno Trenz.
Powerful Brain Protection Against Stroke From Fast-Acting Immune Cells
Associate Pharmacy Professor Dr. Rehana Leak is mentioned as a co-author in this SciTechDaily article about a University of Pittsburgh study that found that a unique subset of white blood cells confers fast-acting and lasting protection against ischemic stroke. This story was also published by News Explorer, 24HTECH and UK Today News, among others.
Pittsburgh Public School board of directors approves new permanent superintendent, local leaders react
VP of Marketing and Communication Gabe Welsch is quoted in this Pittsburgh Business Times article about Duquesne alumnus Dr. Wayne Walters' appointment as the new superintendent of Pittsburgh Public Schools.
Pittsburgh in better shape to weather national recession if it hits, economists say
KDKA-TV interviewed Associate Economics Professor Dr. Antony Davies for this story about how Pittsburgh could be impacted if the nation goes into a recession.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf sues to stop GOP-backed amendments on abortion, voting
Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz was interviewed by WESA-FM about Governor Tom Wolf suing state Legislature over a package of proposed constitutional amendments that Republican lawmakers are pursuing.
The White House Brags: The Average "Peson" Spends $35 Less on Gasoline
Economics Professor Antony Davies is quoted in this SGT Report article about adding butane to gasoline to lower the price overall.
Drop by Drop: MXene in Complex 3D Device Architectures
Duquesne is mentioned in this 3D Printing Progress article about recruiting a cohort of skilled workers in cutting-edge micro and nanoelectronics technologies. This story was also published by ID Tech Ex.
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF NURSING ANNOUNCES THE 2022 CLASS OF NEW FELLOWS, ITS LARGEST COHORT TO DATE
South Florida Hospital News mentions Nursing Professor Deborah Dillon in the American Academy of Nursing class of fellows.
Duquesne experts help lead support sessions for Ukrainian psychologists
This Post-Gazette article spotlights how a Duquesne Fulbright Scholar mobilized mental health experts from Duquesne to support Ukrainian psychologists experiencing acute trauma.
The cost of commuting in Pittsburgh has jumped 60%. Gas prices are not the top reason.
WESA-FM quotes Economics Professor Dr. Risa Kumazawa in this article about local commuters experiencing the largest percent increase of commuting costs over the past year.
Republicans challenge Pennsylvania's mail-in voting law again
Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz is quoted in this WESA-FM article regarding Pennsylvania's mail-in voting laws.
Nursing shortage compounded by faculty shortage
The Pittsburgh Business Times quotes School of Nursing Dean Mary Ellen Glasgow on her concerns of the national shortage of nurses and the potential challenges.
The Hidden War
Los Angeles Review of Books posted this op-ed by English Professor Greg Barnhisel about a new World War I book written by a British historian.
The quest to get more Black attorneys in Pittsburgh
The Philadelphia Inquirer published this New Pittsburgh Courier article about efforts by the Allegheny County Bar Association to bring black attorneys to Pittsburgh.
Targeting Mitochondria World Congress will be held at the Steigenberger Hotel Am Kanzleramt in Berlin
This Eureka Alert news release announced Pharmacy Professor Devika Manickam will be speaking at the Mitochondria World Congress event in Berlin, Germany.
Canizaro donation enhances Catholic studies at Loyola
This Clarion Herald article mentions that Loyola's new study abroad opportunity in Rome is spearheaded by Duquesne's Catholic Studies program.
Biden mulling plan to add butane to summer gas to lower price at pump
Economics Professor Antony Davies is quoted in this WTAE article about lowering the price of gas with Butane.
The gas tax debate in Pennsylvania
Economics Professor Dr. Risa Kumazawa was interviewed by WTAE to discuss the rising gas and diesel prices and how they impact consumers.
Inflation hits highest level in 40 years, as local experts say bringing it down will be painful
Economics Professor Antony Davies is quoted in this KDKA article regarding inflation rates in the United States.
Drop by Drop: MXene in Complex 3D Device Architectures
Duquesne is mentioned in this Carnegie Mellon University News article about recruiting a cohort of skilled workers in cutting-edge micro and nanoelectronics technologies. This story was also published by Verified News Explorer Network.
Heinz Field becomes Acrisure Stadium in new naming rights deal with the Thomas Tull-connected insurance firm
Ron Dick, Associate Professor of Sports Marketing, was interviewed for this Post-Gazette article to discuss the renaming of Heinz Field Stadium. This article was also published by Toledo Blade.
How will the loss of stadium naming rights affect the Heinz legacy in Pittsburgh?
Risa Kumazawa, Associate Professor of Economics, is quoted in this Tribune Review article to discuss the naming rights for the Pittsburgh Steelers' stadium.
Review: Priscilla Joyner's life punctures the myth of the South's 'Lost Cause'
English Professor Greg Barnhisel published an op-ed in the Post-Gazette about a myth surrounding the ending of the Civil War.
Grove City College forms a business school
Duquesne's Business School is mentioned among others in this Post-Gazette article about Grove City's new Business School.
Most universities issue pro-abortion statements
Duquesne's official statement regarding the overturning of Roe V. Wade is included Campus Reform article.
Admissions Without Applications
Senior Vice President for Enrollment Management Joel Bauman is quoted in this Inside Higher Ed article regarding non-traditional college admissions processes.
Pittsburgh area colleges respond to Roe v Wade overturning
Pittsburgh City Paper included Duquesne's official statement regarding the overturning of Roe V. Wade in this article.
Personalized Pain Medication: Why Is It Necessary?
Dr. Jelena Janjic is featured in this South Florida Reporter article regarding her research in identifying pain biomarkers and developing therapeutic strategies to personalize treatments for pain.
Pittsburgh seeing higher gas prices than state average
Economics Professor Dr. Risa Kumazawa was interviewed by KDKA-TV to discuss inflated gas prices in the Pittsburgh area.
Duquesne University delves into the psychology of being a furry
Clinical Psychologist and Chair of the Department of Psychology Elizabeth Fein was interviewed by the Post-Gazette to discuss common misconceptions about the furry fandom community.
Anti-Roe Justices A Part Of Catholicism's Conservative Wing
Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz is quoted in this The Daily Record article about The Supreme Court Overturning Roe v. Wade. This story was also published by The Durango Herald.
Western Pa. congressman's federal abortion-ban proposal gains support after Supreme Court ruling
This WESA FM article interviewed Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz to discuss what happens when a court decides that a federal law supersedes state action.
Anti-Roe v. Wade Justices Are a Part of Catholicism's Conservative Wing
Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz is quoted in this Black Christian News Network article about The Supreme Court Overturning Roe v. Wade. This story was also published by Herald-Standard Online.
Anti-Roe Justices A Part Of Catholicism's Conservative Wing
Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz is quoted in this Salina Post article about The Supreme Court Overturning Roe V. Wade. This story was also published by Hays Post, KQSK-FM, and Great Bend Post, among others.
Pa. takes a back seat as U.S. Supreme Court takes on the independent state legislature doctrine
This News From The States article quotes Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz regarding a former Pennsylvania congressman's U.S. Supreme Court challenge to the state's new congressional district map. This story was also published by The Courier Express and the Wellsboro Gazette.
Anti-Roe Supreme Court justices part of Catholicism's conservative wing
Law Professor Bruce Ledewitz is quoted in The Sentinel Record's article about The Supreme Court Overturning Roe V. Wade. This story was also published by Rome Sentinel Online, Religion News Service, and Longview News Journal Online among others.