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Bayer dean’s research reveals ancient mysteries in Israel, Greece

Bayer dean’s research reveals ancient mysteries in Israel, Greece

By Max Blechman | The Duquesne Duke Philip Reeder, dean of the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, returned to Duquesne on Jan. 23 after conducting archaeological research for a month in Israel and Greece. Reeder said that in addition to conducting research, his goal was to make connections that will create future opportunities […]

Darwin Day sparks evolution debate

Darwin Day sparks evolution debate

By Brittney Jackson | The Duquesne Duke Duquesne hosted its annual Darwin Day event on Wednesday. Despite operating as a Catholic University, the University supports the teaching of evolution. In 2003, David Lampee, associate professor in the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, started Darwin Day at Duquesne and said that the administration was […]

Bayer School names first Minucci chair

By Brittney Jackson | For The Duquesne Duke Chemistry professor Jeffry Madura, who has taught at Duquesne since 1998, was named the University’s first Lambert F. Minucci Endowed Chair in Engineering and Computational Sciences. In his career, Madura has received $10 million from private foundations for his research, and has had over 100 scientific papers […]

Professor receives research grant

By Adam Kelly | The Duquesne Duke The Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Science has received a research grant of $304,000 this spring from the National Institutes of Health to help fund the research of Jana Patton-Vogt’s cell membrane study. Patton-Vogt, a biochemist and professor at Duquesne, said that the money will be used […]

New Bayer dean named

New Bayer dean named

By Victor Essel | The Duquesne Duke Philip Reeder will become the dean of the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences effective July 1. Reeder brings nine years of administrative experience from the University of South Florida to Duquesne and said he has a desire to continue to build his administrative skills by moving […]