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Duquesne professor charged with criminal mischief

Duquesne professor charged with criminal mischief

Raymond Arke and Zach Landau 08/01/17: Duquesne University has provided the following statement: “The University is troubled and deeply disheartened by these events. The allegations, if true, would not reflect the University’s mission in any fashion. We will await further facts as this matter proceeds through the justice system.” Audrey Guskey, a Duquesne marketing professor and […]

Flexibility, ‘applied learning’ form core of redesigned MBA program

Flexibility, ‘applied learning’ form core of redesigned MBA program

By Brandon Addeo | News Editor Duquesne’s Donahue Graduate School of Business plans to roll out a redesigned Master’s in Business Administration program beginning in the spring 2017 semester. In an effort to align the program to the “needs of the marketplace,” the curriculum of the MBA program will emphasize experience-based learning, according to Associate Dean of Graduate […]

DU Sustainability MBA program ranked

DU Sustainability MBA program ranked

By Gigi Jeddi | The Duquesne Duke Duquesne’s Masters of Business Administration with a Sustainability Focus is the 4th best MBA program in the United States and 10th best in the world, according to recent rankings in Corporate Knights Magazine. Diane Ramos, associate director of graduate business programs, teaches outreach classes for the program. The […]

Duquesne student arrested for sexual assault of pregnant woman

Update (10/20/2015): The Allegheny County District Attorney’s office dropped all charges against Coughenour after video surfaced that showed the student somewhere else at the time of the attack. By Kaye Burnet | News Editor A 61-year-old Duquesne graduate student in the business school is facing sexual assault charges for allegedly attacking a pregnant woman near the […]

MBA women in the majority

MBA women in the majority

By Kaye Burnet | News Editor Duquesne is one of only two schools in the county where women comprise two-thirds of Master of Business Administration students, according to July rankings in published in U.S. News & World Report. The same report showed that nationwide, women make up less than a third of graduate-level business students. […]