• President Garvey Addresses Federalist Society

    University President John Garvey addressed students and alumni from the Columbus School of Law earlier this month during a summer reception hosted by the Federalist Society.

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  • High School Students to Compete in Shark Tank at Catholic University

    More than 80 high school students from around the country will compete in a version of the popular TV show Shark Tank at 9 a.m. Friday, June 23, at The Catholic University of America, but with a twist.

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  • Origen Colloquium

    Discovery of Early Christian Texts Discussed during Origen Colloquium

    The discovery of lost homilies led The Catholic University of America Center for the Study of Early Christianity to devote a two-day colloquium to their exploration and interpretation.

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  • Group Shot

    Campus Ministry-Beacon House Collaboration Empowers Young Girls

    Since becoming a member of the Maryland-DC Campus Compact (MDCCC) in fall 2013, the Office of Campus Ministry has strengthened the University’s commitment to the neighboring northeast D.C. community.

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  • The Catholic University of America Adopts New Governance Structure

    On Tuesday, June 6, 2017, The Catholic University of America’s Board of Trustees adopted a new governance structure intended to permit greater lay participation in the affairs of the University while preserving its uniquely Catholic character.

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  • Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly

    University Students On a Mission

    Catholic University students and faculty participated last month in a variety of study abroad and community outreach opportunities in the United States and around the globe.

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  • Catholic University Mourns the Passing of Cardinal Lubomyr Husar

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  • Conference Marks 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation

    Prominent scholars from Catholic and Lutheran churches gathered at The Catholic University of America this week for a conference commemorating the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation.

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  • President John Garvey Appoints New IPR Director

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  • Former IPR Director Featured in Crux

    Stephen Schneck, former director of Catholic University’s Institute for Policy Research & Catholic Studies (IPR), was featured in Crux on May 31 for his years of work promoting research from a distinctly Catholic perspective.

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  • Law Graduates 'Ready to Be an Example to Others'

    New graduates emerged strong and confident on May 26, as students concluded their law school careers to the cheers of family and friends during the Law School's 128th Commencement at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC.

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  • Music Professor Delivers TEDx Talk

    Maestro Simeone Tartaglione, conductor of the CUA Symphony Orchestra, gave a presentation at a TEDx event at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Md.

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  • University Faculty in the Media on President Trump’s Meeting with Pope Francis

    Pope Francis and President Donald Trump met for 30 minutes today. Ahead of the meeting, many speculated what they might discuss. Several Catholic University faculty members have weighed in on the conversation.

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  • Professor

    Faculty Members Trained on Effective Grant Writing Techniques during Weeklong Retreat

    Thirteen faculty members had an opportunity to polish their grant writing skills during a weeklong writing retreat sponsored by the University Writing Center and the Office of Sponsored Programs. The retreat, which took place the week of May 15, included guest speakers, webinars, and scheduled time daily for focused writing.

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  • Professor’s Suicide Intervention Verified Effective for Inpatient Treatment

    Last month, the Menninger Clinic, a renowned mental health care system, released findings of a controlled comparison trial that found that Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) “helps to accelerate the benefits of treatment for suicidal psychiatric patients during hospitalization and post discharge.”

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  • Freshman Business Students

    Freshman Business Students Win Awards at International Competition

    Four freshman business students represented The Catholic University of America at the 2017 International Business Ethics Case Competition (IBECC) last month, winning awards in several divisions. The competition drew 33 college teams from six different countries.

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  • John Judge

    President John Garvey Appoints New School of Engineering Dean

    University President John Garvey has appointed John Judge as the dean of the School of Engineering, effective June 1, 2017. Judge has served as the associate dean of the engineering school since June 1, 2016. He succeeds Charles C. Nguyen, who has been appointed dean emeritus.

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  • Wall Street Journal Columnist Peggy Noonan to Address Catholic University Graduates

    Peggy Noonan, Pulitzer Prize-winning Wall Street Journal columnist, author, and former special assistant and speechwriter to President Ronald Reagan, will address the Class of 2017 at The Catholic University of America Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 13, 2017.

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  • Former Israeli Ambassador to the Vatican Addresses Faculty and Students

    In a presentation titled “Holy Land Holy See,” Visiting Assistant Professor Zion Evrony, who served as Israeli ambassador to the Vatican from 2012 to 2016, described Catholic-Jewish relations as “excellent.”

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  • President Trump Recognizes Catholic University Professor for Legal Work in Little Sisters Case

    Associate Professor of Law Mark Rienzi and his clients, the Little Sisters of the Poor, were recognized May 4 in a ceremony at the White House, where President Donald Trump signed an executive order protecting religious liberty.

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  • Andrasik with Brookland residents

    Architecture Students Find Design Inspiration in Brookland Neighborhood

    Students from The Catholic University of America School of Architecture and Planning shared theoretical designs for a mixed-use sustainable housing building in the D.C. neighborhood of Brookland April 26 before a panel of residents and professional architects. The projects, which were the result of a Sustainable Urban Housing Studio taught by Assistant Professor Patricia Andrasik.

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  • Awarded Faculty

    Faculty Honored during Spring Luncheon

    Three professors at The Catholic University of America were honored for their teaching achievements during this year’s Spring Faculty Luncheon held in the Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center on May 2. Also recognized at the event were six retiring faculty members from the schools of law, canon law, and theology and religious studies.

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  • Luther and the Shaping of the Catholic Tradition

    This year marks the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. Rather than focusing on the differences between the Lutheran and Catholic churches, an upcoming conference will mark this anniversary by focusing on better understanding the way Martin Luther came out of, engaged with, and shaped the Catholic tradition.  

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  • University Students Participate in CIA Mini-Simulation

    Recruiters from the CIA conducted an analytic simulation at The Catholic University of America in which 22  undergraduates acted as intelligence analysts during a mock health crisis in a fictional foreign country.

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  • Doctoral Student Awarded Grant for Research in Comparative Scripture

    Maria Enid Rodriguez, a doctoral student in the School of Theology and Religious Studies, was recently honored by the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) with a Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship.

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