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Jay Richards, assistant research professor, business, was quoted in a Christian Post story on the solar eclipse.
V. Bradley Lewis, associate professor, philosophy, published commentary in National Catholic Register on whether a military strike on North Korea could be classified as just.Read More
Matthew Green, associate professor, politics, was quoted in a Roll Call story on Rep. Robert C. Scott, a Virginia democrat, who recently held a town hall.Read More
David Cloutier, associate professor, moral theology, was interviewed by Catholic News Service’s digital team on Catholics’ responsibility to help the hungry. He was also quoted in a print story.Read More
Sandra Hanson, professor, sociology, was quoted in a Record story on girls in science. It was on a talk she delivered at the Louisville Free Public Library.Read More
Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics, and Joseph Capizzi, director, Institute for Human Ecology, professor, moral theology, were quoted in a Catholic News Service story on just war theory and North Korea.Read More
Joseph Capizzi, director, Institute for Human Ecology, professor, moral theology, was quoted in a Catholic News Agency story on how to resolve conflict with North Korea.Read More
Mary G. Leary, professor, law, filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court last year. She was quoted in a Law 360 article on the important need for the CDA to be clarified in the common sense narrow approach proposed by Senator Portman.Read More
A study involving the Department of Biology was reported on in Live Science. The study found that one vaccine can potentially protect against two of the biggest bioterrorism threats - plague and anthrax.Read More
Nora Heimann, chair and professor, art, was on EWTN News Nightly about the relationship between art and the Catholic Church
She was also interviewed for EWTN Radio's Morning Glory Show on Pope Francis's message to artists and the connection with environmental care.
William Smith, research fellow and managing director, Center for the Study of Statesmanship, had an op-ed published in The American Conservative about rebooting the war debate in Congress.Read More
John Grabowski, associate professor, moral theology, was quoted in stories by Catholic News Service, Catholic News Agency, and America magazine on a press conference at which he was a panelist on Catholics and contraceptives. The Cardinal Newman Society, Our Sunday Visitor, and Crux also wrote about the statement. The Boston Pilot published the Catholic News Agency story in August 2017.Read More
Friar Israel Sebastian N Arauz-Rosiles, O.F.M. Conv., seminarian, was quoted in a National Review story on the rising number of young traditionalist Catholics.Read More
David Walsh, professor, politics, talked about his latest book, Politics of the Person as the Politics of Being, in an podcast produced by Liberty Law Talk, a feature of the online Library of Law and Liberty.Read More
Sandra Barrueco, associate professor, psychology, was featured in an El Pregonero story about how immigrant parents need to be involved in order for their children to succeed academically.Read More
Caitlyn Boyle and Victoria Principato were mentioned in a Metro story on their “Summer by Rail” trip across the United States by Amtrak, that will end with them arriving in Washington, D.C. for the start of the school year.Read More
Trevor Lipscombe, director, The Catholic University of America Press, was quoted in a Washington Post obituary of British chemist David Jones.Read More
Chad Pecknold, associate professor, theology, was quoted in a Catholic News Agency story on President Trump’s ban of people who identify as transgendered from serving in the military.Read More
Robert Destro, professor, law, and director, IPR; and Carole Leary, co-director with Destro of the Iraqi Kurdistan Religious Freedom Project; published commentary in the Washington Times on refugees in Kurdistan and how to protect Christians in the Middle East.Read More
Duilia de Mello, professor, physics, was listed as one of “10 Brazilians that will make you believe in national science” in Pysnnoticias.Read More