Shenandoah University's women's basketball program announced that Meghan Sullivan, M.S.M. 2014, will join newly appointed Hornets' head coach Melissa Smeltzer-Kraft as her lead assistant.
Barnes&Noble Booksellers at The Catholic University of America marks its opening in Monroe Street Market with a celebration on Monday, July 28, that includes a book signing by Fox News Channel anchor Bret Baier, live music, and a sale on items throughout the store.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will deliver a policy address on the nation's values at The Catholic University of America Wednesday, July 23. Titled "Strong Values for a Strong America," the senator's speech will address what he perceives as the breakdown of American families, the erosion of values, and the impact these cultural issues have on economic life.
Duilia de Mello, associate professor of physics, was one of six Brazilian professionals recently honored for their contributions around the world. De Mello was named the 2013 Professional of the Year for her work in the field of technology, information, and communication.
Taylor Boozan, B.A. 2014, has already found a place in the high-glamour world of New York City, working in fashion public relations.
The Catholic University of America volleyball team has officially announced its schedule for the 2014 season. This season the Cardinals will play in four tournaments, opening the season at the Eastern Mennonite University Invitational from Aug. 29-30. Included in the four tournaments and the EMU season opener will be the Cards annual CUA Guetle Invitational, Catholic will have a total of 33 regular season games with 15 home matches.
The 2014-2015 fall and winter books edition of The Catholic University of America Press catalog, are now available online and in hard copy, features a number of books scheduled for publication in the upcoming months.
It is every graduate's goal to complete their degree and land the job of their dreams a few months after graduation and former Catholic University of America assistant men's basketball coach Ryan Hyland, B.A. 2011, M.S.B.A. 2014 has done just that, as he was named the new head men's basketball coach for the Bloodhounds of John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City.
The National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) will takes its 2015 NSO In Your Neighborhood series to the Brookland and NoMa (North of Massachusetts Avenue) neighborhoods of Washington, D.C., between Jan. 6 and 12. The series will culminate in a concert led by NSO Music Director Christoph Eschenbach at The Catholic University of America's Hartke Theatre Jan. 12.
The Supreme Court decided unanimously in favor of Mark Rienzi, associate professor of law, who argued on behalf of anti-abortion protesters in a case involving protest-free zones in Massachusetts.
The University Archives added links last month to PDF scans of original documents found in two of its collections.
Catholic University's Eileen A. Dombo is the new victim assistance coordinator for the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA. Dombo, assistant professor, assistant dean, and chair of the Undergraduate Social Work Program at the National Catholic School of Social Service (NCSSS), will coordinate immediate pastoral care of persons who report having been sexually abused as minors by clergy or other Church personnel. Her appointment began in May.
The canonization cause for Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, who taught at Catholic University for 23 years, took another step forward this week as the seven-member theological commission that advises the Congregation of the Causes of Saints at the Vatican unanimously agreed that a reported miracle involving a stillborn baby who revived should be attributed to his intercession.
The one-woman show will premiere in New York City and tell the story of civil rights martyr Viola Liuzzo.
During his 12-year tenure as president of The Catholic University of America, Bishop David M. O'Connell emphasized a commitment to service. This commitment found expression in the Episcopal motto he chose when he was named bishop of Trenton: "Ministrare non ministrari," which comes from the Gospel of Mark and means "to serve and not to be served."
Jamie Roberts, a staff member and assistant coach in the Catholic University Athletics Department, was killed Friday in an accident while riding her bike across country in support of cancer research. Roberts was the assistant sports information director and an assistant coach of CUA's women's basketball team for the past three years.
Eight U.S. Catholic cardinals and 750 guests gathered in New York City on Friday, May 30, for the 25th American Cardinals Dinner, held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Approximately $2.1 million was raised at the dinner, surpassing the previous record of $2 million that was raised at the 12th annual dinner held in New York City in 2001.
The United States Cardinals will gather in New York City on Friday, May 30, for the traditional fundraiser for scholarships for The Catholic University of America, the university founded by the U.S. bishops over 125 years ago. The 25th American Cardinals Dinner will be held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
The Catholic University of America hosted the 2014 Special Olympics District of Columbia Summer Games for the 14th consecutive year on May 20-22.
Meg McElroy, B.A. 2014, took on a controversial topic for her senior seminar production project: the Washington Redskins name.
Identical twins Brittany and Kaitlin Ekert will graduate on Saturday with different degrees, but matching goals. The two, who spent their senior year as roommates at Monroe Street Market (the new residential development just off campus), dream of careers in oncology so they can make a difference for patients and families dealing with cancer.
Stefania Lucamante, professor of Italian and comparative literature in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, will serve as the Emilio Goggio Visiting Professor for the 2015 spring semester in the Department of Italian Studies at the University of Toronto.
L.R. Poos, dean of arts and sciences, and fellow CUA faculty members accompanied 15 students last month on the first annual CUA in the Media trip to New York City.
Marty Dowd has been the men's tennis coach at Catholic University for more than a half-century, and he's finally going to the NCAA tournament. He'll arrive with his sense of humor firmly intact.
Eager to explore new cities after graduation, senior sociology major Bernadette Poerio chose Memphis, Tenn., as a top choice on her Teach for America application. After she advanced through the highly competitive interviews, Poerio was accepted to the program and assigned to the upbeat southern city.
Check out photos from Luaupalooza 2014, the year-end celebration on the last day of classes.