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Robert Iannone, B.S. 1989
Carolyn Rickard-Brideau, B.S.Arch. 1983
Jeffrey Moreland, J.D. 1970
Kari Mastro, B.S.N. 1990
Luigi Alvarado, B.S. 2009
Serving on the Parents Council
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A centennial celebration of the National Catholic School of Social ServiceMarch 27, 2019
The University celebrates the new home of The Busch School of BusinessMarch 20, 2019
A gift of faith
The Springtime of Hope
At Catholic University we come together every day as a community that is called and animated by faith, service, and love of our neighbor. Today, we are called in a special way, whether on campus or online, as one Catholic University, to enter into this
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Serving on the Student Philanthropy Council
Liz Friden, B.A. 2018, former alumni/advancement liaison for the Student Philanthropy Council (SPC), joined the group as a student because she was “looking for different ways to get involved” at Catholic University.
Formed at the beginning of the 2017-2018 academic year, SPC helps
Alumnus Gift Establishes Endowed Scholarship at NCSSSFebruary 13, 2019
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the National Catholic School of Social Service (NCSSS), John Mosby Russell, B.A. 1950, M.S.W. 1952, has made a gift that will fund graduate scholarships to the school in perpetuity.
Russell’s generous gift of $100,000 establishes the
Sixteen million dollars would change your life, right? What would you do with it? Travel the world, pay off credit cards, or maybe buy a house?
At Catholic University, $16 million can — and does — change lives. Nearly 400 of them, to be more
Msgr. Thomas Green’s legacy to the School of Canon LawJanuary 30, 2019
Learning was always important to Monsignor Thomas Green, 79, the Stephen Kuttner Distinguished Professor of Canon Law who specialized in penal law and in the law on particular churches, which focuses on how dioceses and local churches are organized and operate within the Church’s