career services

Fireside Chat discusses the new strategic plan

Fireside Chat discusses the new strategic plan

Raymond Arke | News Editor 11/16/17 On Nov. 13, the student body had an opportunity to engage with Duquesne’s administration about the university’s new five-year plan. The “Fireside Chat” with President Ken Gormley and other administration officials from Gormley’s advisory council was hosted by the Student Government Association. The evening began with Gormley introducing and […]

Career Services gets new office and new location

Career Services gets new office and new location

Alex Wolfe | Staff Writer 10/26/17 The Student Union is completely renovating another floor this fall with the addition — and relocation — of Duquesne Career Services. Previously located in Rockwell Hall, Duquesne Career Services is taking over the entire sixth floor of the Union beginning next semester. The new space will be called The […]

Career Services offers expert advice

Career Services offers expert advice

By Kayla Casavant | The Duquesne Duke On the bottom floor of Rockwell Hall, tucked away in a corner, is a small, unassuming collection of offices. Passersby could easily overlook this modest area, but the services provided there can make a huge difference in students’ careers and future lives. Duquesne’s Career Services Center provides professional […]

Report shows Duquesne students successful after graduation

Report shows Duquesne students successful after graduation

By Casey Chafin | The Duquesne Duke Duquesne is the 3rd best school in the Pittsburgh region for post-graduation success, behind Carnegie-Mellon and Pitt, according to the 2015 College Salary Report released by online analysis company Payscale. Nicole Feldhues, director of career services at Duquesne, said although she was not aware of the methodology of […]

Future grads fear not: jobs will come to fruition

Future grads fear not: jobs will come to fruition

By Carley Thieret | Student Columnist When I was younger, people always asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up; my answer changed about a million times. From teacher, to doctor, to crossing guard, I could never make up my mind. As a senior in my last semester of college, I am entering […]