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Presentations & Publications Related to Student Learning Assessment

Duquesne's faculty are internationally acclaimed for their expertise, research and scholarship in a wide range of fields. Duquesne University believes that strong researchers have the best foundation for being strong teachers.

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi - Duquesne University Chapter 187

Creative Teaching  and Teaching Assistant Award Winners

Student-Learning Assessment Award Winners

The purpose of this award is to recognize excellence in student-learning outcomes assessment at the program level and across programs.


Award Winners

  • Leesa DiBartola and Kenneth Havrilla (Physical Therapy)
  • Benedict Kolber and Joseph McCormick (Biology)

Award Winners

  • Janet Astle and Bruce Livengood (Pharmacy)
  • Lina Dostilio (Service-Learning)
  • Ian Edwards (University Counseling Center)

Honorable Mentions

  • Tammy Hughes, David Nolfi and Sarah Sperry (Undergraduate Alumni Survey)
  • Leesa DiBartola and Kenneth Havrilla (Physical Therapy)
  • Laverna Saunders, Diana Sasso, Don Maue, Shawn Klocek, Charlotte Myers, and Jessica Smith (Gumberg Library)

Distinguished Dissertation Award Winners

Created to recognize exceptional and unusually interesting scholarly work produced by Duquesne University doctoral students as evidenced through their dissertation projects.  The nominees' overall academic accomplishments will also be taken into account.

  • Anna Blice-Baum, Ph.D. (Chemistry)
  • Marianne Mallia Holohan, Ph.D. (English)
  • Darlene Monlish, Ph.D. (Pharmacy)
  • Rong-Bang Peng, Ph.D. (Psychology)
  • Lina D. Dostilio, Ed.D. (Educational Leadership)
  • Jacob N. Graham, Ph.D. (Philosophy)
  • Kristen M. Kruszewski, Ph.D. (Chemistry)
  • Brian M. Zacour, Ph.D. (Pharmacy)

Faculty Scholarship

2013 Report
2012 Report
2011 Report
2010 Report
July-Dec., 2009 Report
2008/2009 Report
2007/2008 Report
2006/2007 Report
2005/2006 Report
2004/2005 Report

Master's Theses (9.1.12 through 8.31.13)
Doctoral Dissertations
(9.1.12 through 8.31.13)

Ford Foundation Diversity Scholarships

The Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowships seek to increase the diversity of the nation’s college and university faculties by increasing their ethnic and racial diversity, to maximize the educational benefits of diversity, and to increase the number of professors who can and will use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students. For more information and applications for fellowships for predoctoral, dissertation, and postdoctoral grants, please click on the link below.