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Michael Novak honored at University’s new annual conferenceMarch 05, 2018
On February 21, 2018, the Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship held its inaugural Novak Symposium. Sponsored by The Catholic University of America Busch School of Business and Economics, this annual conference promotes and discusses the issues of faith and economics espoused by Michael
Celebrating scholarship donors and studentsDecember 12, 2017
On Monday, December 11, 2017, Catholic University held the second annual scholarship dinner to celebrate and thank the donors who have given the precious gift of education and the students who have received that gift.
More than 200 donors, scholars, and friends attended the event.
$5 million gift from the Carmelite Province of the Most Pure Heart of MaryNovember 06, 2017
The Carmelite Province of the Most Pure Heart of Mary has given The Catholic University of America School of Theology and Religious Studies (STRS) $5 million to establish an academic center that will conduct research and support the development of courses on the Carmelite charism
Rolling Cards: A look back at #CardWknd17October 30, 2017
You returned to campus from throughout the country and throughout the world to show your Cardinal pride. In all, 2,231 people attended the event. Suffice it to say: Cardinal Weekend 2017 was a huge success.
Thank you for joining us for Cardinal Weekend 2017! Thank
125 Years of Psychology at Catholic UniversityOctober 24, 2017
Murphy's Grill: Now Open!September 27, 2017
Cardinals Tribute Dinner 2017
On June 5, 2017, the second annual Cardinals Tribute Dinner was held at the Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center in celebration of the tremendous impact philanthropy has on the University.
Andrea Roane, Trustee Emeritus and WUSA 9 anchor, served as the evening’s master of
Theology and Religious Studies leads Light the World!August 04, 2017
Established in 2016 through a generous $565,689 four-year grant from Lilly Endowment Inc., the second annual Light the World! Summer Institute at the Catholic University School of Theology and Religious Studies (TRS) hosted 70 high school students from 18 states and Washington, D.C, double
2017 Alumni AwardsApril 28, 2017
The 2017 Alumni Awards, held April 8, 2017, celebrated the extraordinary work and service of six of Catholic University’s most distinguished alumni.
The Alumni Achievement Award was bestowed on three alums — Vinny Sica, B.M.E. ’83; Ellen Schultz, B.A. ’92; and Fr. Dave
I am grateful for your investment in me through this scholarship. Not only does my scholarship contribute to my education in a financial way, but it is also extremely helpful for my continued success at Catholic University. The support is so meaningful to me and
At the start of my senior year, I was unable to register for classes because of a financial shortfall. The Kast Family Scholarship allowed me to come back to finish my degree at Catholic University. I am eternally grateful to the Kast family for this
Receiving the Charles and Louise O'Brien Scholarship played a definitive role in my decision to attend law school at Catholic University. Law school is both a meaningful personal challenge and a significant financial investment. Having this vote of confidence in my stewardship and work ethic
Putting my gratitude for the scholarship into words is nearly impossible. Quite simply, I would not have been able to leave Italy to study piano at The Catholic University of America without the scholarship I received.
I hold a Master of Music degree in piano
The opportunity to study at Catholic University with its many brilliant and holy faculty and student body is a great joy. When I was looking at graduate programs, the most important factor for me was the quality of the faculty. So much of being a
I came to Catholic University knowing I wanted to study business, and I decided to focus on accounting in my sophomore year. In the Busch School, I saw the unique business education I would receive, one that would not only teach me how to make
I am incredibly grateful for the scholarship I received, and I am committed to succeed and do well. Scholarships are invaluable to a student’s success in his or her academic career. Easing financial burdens can allow students to participate more fully in research, leadership opportunities,
Cardinals Tribute Dinner 2016
On June 6, 2016, the University community came together to honor and thank the year’s most generous supporters with the inaugural Cardinals Tribute Dinner held at the Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center. Sheilah Kast, B.A. 1971, host of Midday (WYPR, Baltimore), was master of