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Read a statement from President Garvey about a filed suit in response to a mandate from the Department of Health and Human Services.
Biology professors John Golin and Ann K. Corsi are recent recipients of highly competitive National Institutes of Health (NIH) awards totaling $470,000 and $442,000, respectively.
How can a profitable business be a force for good? That was the question at the heart of Good Profit, a three-day conference that drew more than 300 business leaders from across the country Oct. 4-6 at The Catholic University of America.
Addressing an overflow crowd in the Monsignor Happel Room of Caldwell Hall last month, three Catholic University professors outlined the ways in which their separate disciplines have studied and taught St. Augustine’s best-known work, the Confessions, over the past century. All three are teaching courses on the work this semester.
The Catholic University of America extends its prayers and support for the victims of yesterday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nev.
Students from the Department of Drama had a rare opportunity to learn from an accomplished film and television actor as Catholic University alumnus John Carroll Lynch returned to Hartke Theater to share his experiences and expertise.
Members of the Catholic University community have a new place to gather with friends and classmates this week, after Murphy’s Grill, a full-service restaurant located on the bottom floor of the Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center, opened for business on Sept. 25.
Bishop Edward Braxton, of Belleville, Ill., spoke Sept. 21 at Catholic University as part of a daylong teach-in for social work students.
Last week marked the launch of a unique partnership between the Busch School of Business and Economics and the Boston-based Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC), as the owners of 125 D.C.-based small businesses gathered to network; learn from experts about strategy, leadership, marketing, and finance; and participate in coaching sessions.
Some of the greatest examples of Renaissance music were brought to beautiful life during a rare performance by the Sistine Chapel Choir at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on Sept. 20.
Nobel Prize-winning pharmacologist Louis J. Ignarro addressed students and faculty of The Catholic University of America earlier this month, chronicling his research work studying nitric oxide as a unique signaling molecule in the cardiovascular system.
Jeanne Marie Hathway, sophomore theology and philosophy major, published commentary with Catholic News Service on the whole life perspective.
Catholic News Agency reprinted an article written last year on how parishes can help combat domestic violence. It mentions a symposium that took place at Catholic University, and a toolkit available through Catholics for Family Peace, Education, and Research Initiative, which is housed within the National Catholic School for Social Service.
John Golin, professor, biology, and Ann Corsi, professor, biology, were mentioned in a National Catholic Reporter Campus Notebook brief for their recent grants from NIH totaling more than $1 million.
Andreas Widmer, director, entrepreneurship, interviewed Charles Koch at the Good Profit Conference. The interview was published by Real Clear Politics.
Robert Warren, associate professor, accounting, was interviewed on EWTN News Nightly about Trump’s proposed tax plan.
Robert Destro, director, Institute for Policy Research, and professor, law, was quoted in a National Catholic Register story on new religious freedom protections.
Roger Colinvaux, professor, law, was quoted in an Associate Press on Trump’s new tax plan and how it could affect charitable giving.
Andreas Widmer, director, entrepreneurship, was quoted in a National Catholic Reporter story about the Good Profit Conference.
The Catholic Standard used a photo of Catholic University students at the March for Life with a column by Archbishop Donald Wuerl on “Core Principles on Campus.
Ian Pegg, director, Vitreous State Laboratory, was quoted in a Nature article on storing nuclear waste in glass.