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Stories of Philanthropy
Unprecedented support for Cardinal Athletics
November 13, 2019
Compared to last year, the Cardinal Athletics Giving Challenge tripled the number of donors. This year, the top two teams attracted more donors than all 23 teams did last year. Thanks to the generosity of supporters, Cardinal Athletics raised $163,539 during the challenge.
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Gratitude and admiration from Andrew and Ashley Schade
November 12, 2019
Inspired by fond memories of their four years on campus, Andrew and Ashley Schade, both B.A. 2010, stay involved from a distance by making Catholic University one of their philanthropic priorities.
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School of Theology and Religious Studies installs Carmelite Professor
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Family Weekend 2019: Experience the fun
October 28, 2019 Read More
Lisa Crooks, B.A. 1993: Continuing the University's tradition of excellence
October 17, 2019
Lisa Crooks, B.A. 1993, “pays it forward” through philanthropic support of Catholic University as a way to show her gratitude for a phenomenal educational experience.
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Alumni, parents, and faculty help Washington Nationals win pennant!
October 16, 2019 Read More
University launches Light the Way: The Campaign for Catholic University
October 07, 2019 Read More
Anna Mohler, B.A. 2017, shares a best-kept secret
August 29, 2019
Anna Mohler, B.A. 2017, fondly remembers the opportunities that she was given at Catholic University. Mohler majored in elementary education and minored in theology, areas of study she feels prepared her well for her career and life.
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Connected through service: Kevin Walsh, B.A. 1985
August 23, 2019
After moving back to New Jersey in 2003, Kevin Walsh, B.A. 1985, wanted to reconnect to his alma mater. When an opportunity to join the Catholic University Alumni Association Board of Governors presented itself, he thought it was a perfect avenue to impact the future of the University.
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Cardinal Fest 2019
July 31, 2019
This year, we're launching Cardinal Weekend with a bang! The University will open its doors to alumni and the surrounding community for an interactive showcase of the great work that happens every day on campus. On Friday, September 27, 2019, celebrate the schools, programs, activities, and teams of Catholic University.
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Supporting graduate scholarships
July 19, 2019
Making the decision to give toward graduate scholarships for Master of Architecture students was simple for Hollee Hitchcock Becker, associate professor and associate dean for graduate studies for the School of Architecture and Planning.
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2017-2018 Report to Donors
June 21, 2019
"During the 2017–2018 fiscal year, we had the best fundraising year in the history of The Catholic University of America – for the third year in a row — with gifts totaling $63.7 million."
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Renaming the School of Nursing in honor of Bill and Joanne Conway
June 05, 2019
When Catholic University Trustee Bill Conway addressed the hundreds of donors and scholarship students gathered at the University’s annual Scholarship Dinner event in December 2017 during his keynote, he said “If you get sick, I guarantee you want a competent and compassionate Catholic University nurse to take care of you.”
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School of Architecture and Planning celebrates alumni success
June 03, 2019
In recent months, the School of Architecture and Planning invited a number of distinguished alumni to return to campus and speak about their careers as part of the inaugural Architecture and Planning Alumni Lecture Series.
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Msgr. John Wippel
May 29, 2019
Monsignor John Wippel, B.A. 1955, M.A. 1956, S.T.L. 1960, the Theodore Basselin Professor of Philosophy, has spent many years at Catholic University as a student, professor, and administrator. Through a planned gift he will continue to contribute to the success of the University and its School of Philosophy for many years to come.
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Robert Iannone, B.S. 1989
May 07, 2019
“Campus life was great but the greatest learning was absorbed from the city. What a great city! […] It was really the opportunity of our lives. That really was the time of our lives – the best of times in Washington, D.C.”
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Carolyn Rickard-Brideau, B.S.Arch. 1983
May 01, 2019
Carolyn Rickard-Brideau, B.S.Arch. 1983, understands how spaces affect people mentally and physically. As the corporate president of Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, she is at the forefront of salutogenic design, which focuses on creating spaces that improve human well being.
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Jeffrey Moreland, J.D. 1970
April 29, 2019
Attending night classes at The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law, Jeffrey Moreland, J.D. 1970, could have earned his degree and moved on to the next stage of his career. But through the years, he came to understand what makes Catholic University so special.
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Luigi Alvarado, B.S. 2009
April 17, 2019
Many young alumni know him for his tennis prowess. For eight years, Luigi Alvarado, B.S. 2009, was an integral member of the Catholic University tennis team. As senior, he held the second-best singles record in NCAA Division III. For five years after he graduated, he served as the assistant coach and, with the late Marty Dowd, B.A. 1960, led the team to a Landmark Conference Championship in 2014.
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Kari Mastro, B.S.N. 1990
April 17, 2019
Kari Mastro, B.S.N. 1990, is a leader and innovator in the healthcare industry. By reorienting the missions and goals of hospitals and their nursing staffs, Kari has made trips to the hospital less stressful and more transparent to young patients and their anxious families.
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