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Columbus School of Law receives $4.25 million giftApril 26, 2021
Made by an anonymous trust, the gift establishing the project is intended to create an intellectual center for the study of how the United States Constitution’s original, distinctly American vision of ensuring the protection and flourishing of the human person emulates important aspects of the
A tribute to Frederick R. Favo, B.Arch.E. 1955April 19, 2021
Fred Favo, B.Arch.E. 1955, P ’84, ’86, ’93, loved Catholic University. In this tribute video, Raney Favo Zatawski, B.A. 1993, and Frank Persico, B.A. 1974, M.A. 1976, reveal how Favo helped to shape both the Catholic University campus you see today and the
Founders Day 2021: CatholicU has the best community!April 19, 2021
Thanks to our generous community of donors, Founders Day 2021 was an incredible success. In celebration of Catholic University's founding, this community came together to make 1,059 gifts for a total of $313,443 in support of 80 different University programs.
We are so grateful to
Immigrant Family Separation: Past and PresentApril 14, 2021
On April 12, 2021, we partnered with Barry University on a panel discussion inspired by the recent visit of "Angels Unawares" to Miami.
The panelists examined the issue of family separation through the lens of Operation Pedro Pan, the airlift of Cuban children to the
Caring for digital collections with Trevor OwensApril 13, 2021
The Political Causes of the January 6 Assault: American Impasse 2 of 4April 13, 2021
Research Day: An interview with the co-chairsApril 12, 2021
Cheers to 50 years: Larry Grassini, J.D. 1970, on law and wineApril 01, 2021
A Conversation about Racial Equality and JusticeApril 01, 2021
An Easter message from the University chaplainApril 01, 2021
NCSSS celebrates Social Work Month with two deans of social workMarch 31, 2021
The Social Causes of the January 6 Assault: American Impasse 1 of 4March 31, 2021
On March 25, 2021, a panel convened by the School of Arts and Sciences looked at the social causes of the January 6 assault, and at the underlying reasons for partisan strife and hostility to government, both before and after the events of January 6
Innovative Learning Environments: Tucson, Alexandria, and OnlineMarch 29, 2021
Gratus 2021: Celebrating Our Friends and BenefactorsMarch 24, 2021
Dean McMullen and Ascension: The Future of NursingMarch 17, 2021
John Falcicchio, B.A. 2001: The Future of the Capital CityFebruary 26, 2021
Fr. Columba Stewart, OSB: Saving the World's Manuscript HeritageFebruary 23, 2021
Euphemia Lofton Haynes, Ph.D. 1943February 19, 2021
Clark Construction Group to build nursing schoolFebruary 15, 2021
On February 15, 2021, The Catholic University of America announced that Clark Construction Group has been selected to construct the new nursing and sciences building, the future home of the University’s Conway School of Nursing. Clark will partner with an all-star design combination of
CatholicU Sweethearts: From Saigon to D.C.February 10, 2021
“Our story is not unique. There are other of our classmates who have similar stories. There were a lot of Vietnamese refugee students at the University when we were there, so we are not unique — except maybe for meeting our spouse at 5 years