Nearly every graduate student at Duquesne is intimately involved in research as part of their training. In addition to benefitting from the opportunities available within a distinguished University that has achieved the Carnegie high research university rating, graduate students may attend national conferences with their faculty advisors and present their work at the Graduate Student Research Symposium held each fall. Learn more about graduate research at Duquesne.
Pittsburgh Schweitzer Fellows Program
Promotes health and environmental justice by developing leaders in service who embody the legacy of Albert Schweitzer.
Information Session: Wed. November 7, 4 PM to 5, Student Union 203
Traditional Fellows: $2,000 for 200 Hours of Service
Environmental Fellows: $3,000 for 300 Hours of Service
All graduate students (part time or full time) still in school March 2018 are eligible to apply.
Application Deadline is February 8, 2019.
Graduate Student Research Symposium
Open to Duquesne University graduate students from all disciplines, the Graduate Student Research Symposium (GSRS) allows students the opportunity to gain valuable experience presenting research, receive a mark of distinction for their CVs, practice for job interviews and/or future national conferences, and interact with peers and faculty from various disciplines.
View the event Proceedings within the Duquesne Scholarship Collection