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Academic Open House Tours


A.J. Palumbo School of Business Administration

Location: 505/506 Rockwell Hall

Experience a real class project using the technology in the Investment Center. Learn firsthand how students use the software and technology tools to identify assets for an investment portfolio construction assignment.

The Investment Center was founded in 1998 as a groundbreaking pedagogical tool. It was designed to convey important lessons and allow students to improve their understanding of simple or complicated concepts and problems. It's a fancy way of saying that we use the Investment Center to teach and learn important concepts. In order to deepen the experiences of Business Students, the Investment Center integrates the professional tools of industry (software and databases) into the curriculum of the school. The Investment Center translates learning objectives, course goals, and student projects into practical knowledge.


Bayer School of Natural & Environmental Sciences

Location: Laura Falk Lecture Hall

Dean Reeder will be speaking with the parents about how the Bayer School prepares their children for the future. He will focus on job markets and career opportunities for the Bayer School graduates.


Biomedical Engineering

Location: 4th Floor Libermann Hall

Dr. John A. Viator, Program Director
Biomedical Engineering Facilities Tour

Lab Overview
Program Overview
Refreshments

Contact: Mary Jo Babinsack
babinsack@duq.edu
412.396.2662
Room 307 Libermann Hall


John G. Rangos Sr. School of Health Sciences

Location: Africa Room (Duquesne Union)

Health Science Professional Education: What Parents (and students) Should Know by Mikael D.Z. Kimelman, PhD, CCC-SLP, Chairperson and Associate Professor, Department of Speech-Language Pathology.
SIM Lab Demonstration by Brenda Swanson-Biearman, DNP, MPH, RN, Assistant Professor, Department of Physician Assistant Studies - Room 239
Tour of the Facilities by Rebecca E. Ligman, M.S.Ed., Assistant Director of Student and Alumni Services/Academic Advisor and F. Susan Finnegan, Academic Advisor


School of Education

Location: 108 Canevin Hall

Panel with Current Students and Alumni

Join us for a panel discussion with current Education students, alumni, and the Director of Student Teaching to learn how you can take advantage of the next few years of college! The alumni, who are currently in the teaching field, will discuss their experiences as a student, and what helped them get to where they are today. The current students and Director of the Student Teaching will explain how early field experiences and opportunities set the stage for the Junior and Senior years of college. This is a panel you do not want to miss! Hear about real life experiences, and come ready to ask all of your questions!


School of Nursing

Location: 324 Fisher

Representatives from the School of Nursing (faculty, staff and students) will be on hand to discuss what is new and exciting for the 2014-2015 academic year. Attendees will have an opportunity to hear from students on their experience in the School of Nursing as well.


Mary Pappert School of Music

PNC Recital Hall
10:15 - Saxophone Quartet Performance

10:25 - A brief presentation about a new band program at St. Benedict the Moor School. Situated in the Hill District, near the campus of Duquesne University, St. Benedict is a PK-8 private school serving 300 students. In collaboration among the Extra Mile Education Foundation, St. Benedict, and the Music Education Department of Duquesne, undergraduate students designed, started, and are now teaching in the second year of the new program.

Room 209
10:45 - Piano Class for Parents: Take a music excursion using the MIDI equipped piano lab in room 209. Parents will experience components of 21st piano teaching, including some basic improvisation for non pianists; come meet 'the software' Maestro, Finale and Band in a Box plus Enovativ piano, all materials you can 'do yourself'. Come and play!


McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts

Location: 104 College Hall

The Liberal Arts and the Professional World.

Hear from current Liberal Arts students regarding how they are putting their liberal arts education to work in the real world. Join us at 10am for a student panel and discussion regarding some of the experiences our students have had interning and studying abroad while at Duquesne and how their education has prepared them for these experiences.


Mylan School of Pharmacy

LOCATION: Wolfe Lecture Hall in Bayer

Christopher Hagan M.Ed., Director of Student Progression and Advancement and Julie Mihelcic M.S. Ed., Academic Advisor.

Meet with students enrolled in their professional years of the Doctor of Pharmacy Program. Students will share their academic, internship, and study abroad experiences via a question and answer format. If you are interested in finding out about the School of Pharmacy from a student's point of view you are encouraged to attend.