'Project Hope' Initiative to Support Homeless Youth Education in Pittsburgh

A new initiative in Duquesne University's School of Education will advocate for equity and justice in education for homeless youth and young adults.

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Most Pennsylvanians Would Benefit from the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, According to a Duquesne Study

Findings in a new Palumbo-Donahue School of Business study indicate that most Pennsylvanians would benefit from the implementation of the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act (EICDA), one of several federal bills being considered by Congress regarding regulations and prices on carbon dioxide emissions.


How Do We Achieve World Peace? We Get Older

Analysts and policymakers frequently criticize population aging's domestic costs, but aging has a major yet largely unrecognized international benefit: it significantly increases the likelihood of international peace, according to a new study published in International Security co-authored by Dr. Mark Haas at Duquesne University.