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Students Speak

Anthony Elia

Hometown: Sewell, N.J.
Class of 2016

Doctor of Pharmacy Program

“When it comes time for us to go on our rotations or internships, we are definitely ready. I wouldn't trade the experience I've had here for anything.”

Sara Katrancha, BS

Hometown: Dunlo, Pa.
Class of 2013

Sara is currently enrolled in a neuroscience doctoral program.

“When I saw the research going on here, it really attracted me to this university. Students get to do hands-on research before they're in graduate school.”

Morgan Langton
Hometown: Pine Grove Mills, Pa.
Class of 2014

Athletic Training Major

“One of the main reasons I came to Duquesne is the number of opportunities and clinical rotation sites for students in the athletic training program.”

Randall Coleman

Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.
Class of 2014

Journalism Major

“When I visited Duquesne as a high school student, I enjoyed the campus and the people, and now, four years later, I'm certain that I made the right decision.”

Nicole Carfang

Hometown: Murrysville, Pa.
Class of 2013

Nicole is now employed by PNC's ACCEL Retail Banking Development Program.

“Duquesne's business school stresses professional development outside the classroom through activities like networking events and internships.”

Carrie Garrison

Hometown: Salem, Ore.
Class of 2016

Violin Performance Major

“Music students have a wide variety of concentrations, and the school has recital halls and studios with great recording technology in them.”

Rachel Brown

Hometown: Wexford, Pa.
Class of 2014

Early Childhood Education Major

“I really like my professors. They care if I'm learning how to make a difference in the classroom, and they want to help me get to the point where I can.”

Joshua Lovenduski, BSN
Hometown: Force, Pa.

Class of 2013

After graduating, Josh joined the nursing staff at DuBois Regional Medical Center.

“You can't beat the clinical experiences you get as a student nurse at Duquesne. You are right in downtown Pittsburgh with all the nearby hospitals.”