This fall the School of Architecture and Planning is offering three new degree programs — Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies, Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies, and a Bachelor of Science in City and Regional Studies.
The School of Engineering recently honored Letitia Long with the school's 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award.
John Garvey, a native of Sharon and now the president of The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., wrapped up a week of inspiring speeches given to Kennedy Catholic High School students by leaders of five colleges.
The larger-than-life antics of a busy opera company will come to life on stage this month as the Vocal Division of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents Mozart's The Impresario.
CUA graduate student in Theology, Chelsy Tracz guest authored a post in The Archivist's Nook via the University Libraries.
Though many commentators have classified Pope Francis's encyclical Laudato Si' as a document focused primarily on the natural environment, the letter's implications also include calls to action for better relationships, stronger families, and closer relationships with God.
V. Bradley Lewis
, associate professor of philosophy, testified on Capitol Hill Wednesday, Nov. 4, before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats. He spoke about the growing refugee crisis in Europe.
Jerry Muller, department chair, history, was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article on college rankings.
The Catholic University of America School of Engineering was recently accepted into the National Academy of Engineering Grand Scholars Program, which is "designed to prepare students to be the generation that solves the grand challenges facing society in this century."
For the first time in the history of the program The Catholic University of America women's basketball team is ranked in the D3hoops.com Preseason Top-25 poll. The Cardinals enter the 2015-16 season as the No. 16 team in the country.
It was a special night at the DuFour Center on Tuesday night and not just because The Catholic University of America volleyball team rallied after a first set loss to defeat D.C. foe Gallaudet, 3-1. With the victory, head coach Nagy Abdelrazek recorded his 500th career victory, all with CUA.
The Department of Drama was honored recently as a recipient of the International Centre for Women Playwrights 2015 50/50 Applause Award, which recognizes theatres that produced 50% or more women playwrights in their season.
Matthew Green, associate professor of politics, was interviewed by several news outlets regarding the search for a new Speaker of the House.
The Catholic University of America men's basketball team is among the top programs in the country as the Cardinals were selected No. 4-nationally in Sporting News and DIII News preseason top-25 polls.
Starting in 2017, The Catholic University of America Cardinals football team will join the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference as an associate member and the eighth school in its newly formed football conference.
Linda Plitt Donaldson, associate professor at The Catholic University of America's National Catholic School of Social Service, writes about poverty and policy solutions to bring meaningful work opportunities to people who are poor.