The Gumberg Library is a hub for academic exploration, distinctive intellectual resources, research instruction, co-curricular programming, and expert library services for the Duquesne University community. Our library centers, the Maureen P. Sullivan Curriculum Center, the Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center, and the University Archives are integral components of Gumberg’s impactful presence on campus.
The Maureen P. Sullivan Curriculum Center is a vital resource for our students in all disciplines who work with children, providing them with access to a wide range of educational materials and resources. It is a welcoming place where students come to study, do research, and collaborate with their peers. By supporting the Curriculum Center, you are helping us to provide these students with the tools and resources they need to succeed in their field.
The Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center is a world-renowned research center unique to our university. It is a place where scholars and researchers around the world reflect on the meanings of lived human experience. By supporting the Phenomenology Center, you are helping us to foster a culture of intellectual curiosity at Duquesne.
The University Archives is a treasure trove of historical materials, including documents, photographs, and artifacts that help us to understand the past and the present. It is a place where researchers come to learn about the history of our institution and our impact in the broader community. By supporting the University Archives, you are helping us to preserve and share the rich history of Duquesne.
Your gift will help support:
- The Maureen P. Sullivan Curriculum Center: Your gift will enable us to host an impact speaker in the Center to share their insights and expertise, and to enhance our collections for all Duquesne students and faculty working with children now and in the future.
- The Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center: Your gift will be used to help us collect and preserve key documents, promote research and dialog in the field of Phenomenology, and showcase our special collections.
- The University Archives: Your gift will help us to invest in technology that will increase accessibility and discoverability of rare materials and ensure that our collections are widely available and easily searchable.
If you want to designate your gift for funding a specific center, please select “Other” in the “Fund Designation” drop down box and enter the name of the center you wish to support.
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