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Catholic University’s Nov. 10 symposium “Land O’Lakes at 50: The Future of Higher Education” commemorated the 50th anniversary of the widely discussed Land O’Lakes Statement and brought nearly 100 scholars and Church leaders from around the country to campus.
International experts who participated in a workshop last week at Catholic University sent a clear message: Climate change is confronting our planet and its inhabitants with enormous challenges; only by joining together can we expect to resolve them.
President John Garvey has appointed Nancy Morrison O’Connor as the University’s new general counsel, effective Jan. 1, 2018.
Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican’s secretary of state, spoke about the ongoing legacy of the Second Vatican Council during an address Nov. 14 at The Catholic University of America.
The Metropolitan School of Professional Studies at The Catholic University of America will promote a highly trained federal workforce by offering scholarships to eligible federal employees across the country.
Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican’s secretary of state, will deliver an address at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14, at The Catholic University of America titled “The Council: A Prophecy that Continues with Pope Francis.”
Catholic University hosted the symposium “Double Lives and Moral Lives: An Exploration into the Ethics of Intelligence” on Nov. 8.
Catholic University will implement a new mission-focused Core Curriculum in fall 2018, providing all undergraduate students with an educational foundation that prepares them for their professional aspirations.
Archbishop Christophe Pierre, the apostolic nuncio to the United States, gave an address entitled “Synodality and Pope Francis: The Church that Walks Together” at The Catholic University of America this week, during the School of Canon Law’s 11th annual Frederick R. McManus Memorial Lecture.
The Carmelite gift to the University's School of Theology and Religious Studies will establish an academic center that will conduct research and support the development of courses on the Carmelite charism of prayer and contemplation.
The Catholic University of America will open its doors to undergraduate students currently enrolled in degree programs in colleges and universities in Puerto Rico.
The Busch School of Business and Economics welcomed Carly Fiorina to campus last month as part of its CEO Lecture Series.
Federal Times, Long Island Technology News, FedSmith.com, and GovExec.com covered an announcement by the Office of Personnel Management that it has entered into agreements with four additional schools to offer tuition discounts to federal employees (Metropolitan School is one of those four).
Jack Yoest, clinical assistant professor, management, was interviewed about "The Unintended Consequences of the Trump Tax Plan" and Completed Staff Work from his book The Memo: How the Classified Military Document That Helped the US Win WW II Can Help You Succeed in Business on MoneyTalk with Melanie.
Jay Richards, research assistant professor, was quoted in a National Catholic Register story about republican tax reform.
Jack Yoest Assistant, clinical assistant professor, management, was interviewed about Catholic social teaching of subsidiarity in completed staff work from his book The Memo: How the Classified Military Document That Helped the US Win WW II Can Help You Succeed in Business on Relevant Radio, Closer Look.
Maryann Cusimano Love, associate professor, international relations, was quoted in a National Catholic Reporter story on an upcoming Vatican conference on integral disarmament. Love and several students will be attending the conference.
Jack Yoest, clinical assistant professor, management, was interviewed about classified documents based on his book The Memo: How the Classified Military Document That Helped the US Win WW II Can Help You Succeed in Business on the syndicated radio program Washington Watch.
Chad Pecknold, associate professor, theology, appeared on the National Review’s Great Books podcast to talk about Augustine’s City of God.
Patricia Andrasik, assistant professor, was interviewed for the American Institute of Architecture Students #AskAnArchitect series.
Crux published an interview on interreligious dialogue following a recent discussion at Catholic University between ten scholars — five Christian and five Muslim.
Lucas Paganini, planetary scientist, was quoted in an AstroBiology Magazine story on the comet Lovejoy and the source of Earth’s water.