July 20, 2019

Duilia de Mello, vice provost, research support, dean of assessment, and professor, physics, was quoted in National Catholic Register about the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. 

...“In maybe 500 years from now, when we think of the 20th century and what the major achievement of humanity was, I think it will be the landing on the moon,” she said. De Mello, who grew up in Brazil, said she saw the feat as “a human achievement on behalf of everyone.”...

Connitnue reading on National Catholic Register