• Maryann  Cusimano Love, Ph.D. Headshot

    Church leaders shift nuclear views from deterrence to disarmament

    Maryann Cusimano Love, associate professor, international relations, was quoted in a National Catholic Reporter story on an upcoming Vatican conference on integral disarmament. Love and several students will be attending the conference.

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  • Ethics of Intelligence panel

    Double Lives and Moral Lives: Conference Explores the Ethics of Intelligence Work

    Catholic University hosted the symposium “Double Lives and Moral Lives: An Exploration into the Ethics of Intelligence” on Nov. 8.

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  • University to Implement New Core Curriculum in Fall 2018

    Catholic University will implement a new mission-focused Core Curriculum in fall 2018, providing all undergraduate students with an educational foundation that prepares them for their professional aspirations.

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  • Comet Lovejoy Sheds LIght On Source Of Earth's Water

    Lucas Paganini, planetary scientist, was quoted in an AstroBiology Magazine story on the comet Lovejoy and the source of Earth’s water.

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  • Andrew Yeo, Ph.D. Headshot

    USAG Humphreys: The Story Behind America’s Biggest Overseas Base

    Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics, was quoted in a The Diplomat story on a military base in South Korea that President Trump will visit.

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    Four reasons Trump’s Asia trip is so important

    Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics, published commentary in the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage blog on why President Trump’s trip to Asia is so important.

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  • Maryann  Cusimano Love, Ph.D. Headshot

    There’s time to talk and reduce ‘hair trigger’ North Korea tensions

    Maryann Cusimano Love, associate professor, international relations, was quoted in a Catholic News Service and National Catholic Reporter story on tensions with North Korea.

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  • Can American Intelligence Be Ethical?

    An upcoming symposium at Catholic University, “Double Lives and Moral Lives: An Exploration into the Ethics of Intelligence,” on Wednesday, Nov. 8, aims to explore the ethical dimension of U.S. intelligence.

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  • Marathon Reading of St. Augustine’s Confessions Draws Audience of More Than 200

    Marathon Reading of St. Augustine’s Confessions Draws Audience of More Than 200

    The Catholic University of America hosted a Marathon Reading of St. Augustine’s Confessions that took place in McMahon Hall over a three-day period.

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  • A Message from University President on HHS Mandate Resolution

    Read a statement from President Garvey about a filed suit in response to a mandate from the Department of Health and Human Services.

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  • Campus Notebook

    John Golin, professor, biology, and Ann Corsi, professor, biology, were mentioned in a National Catholic Reporter Campus Notebook brief for their recent grants from NIH totaling more than $1 million.

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  • Biology Professors Receive NIH Awards to Support Student Research

    Biology professors John Golin and Ann K. Corsi are recent recipients of highly competitive National Institutes of Health (NIH) awards totaling $470,000 and $442,000, respectively.

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  • How the United States plans to trap its biggest stash of nuclear-weapons waste in glass

    Ian Pegg, director, Vitreous State Laboratory, was quoted in a Nature article on storing nuclear waste in glass.

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  • Nora M. Heimann, Ph.D. Headshot

    Kresta in the Afternoon

    Nora Heimann, chair, art, appeared on Kresta in the Afternoon to talk about the importance of arts in Catholic education.

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  • ‘Lucky’ director John Carroll Lynch on life, death — and Harry Dean Stanton

    The Washington Post published an interview with drama alumnus John Carroll Lynch in the Style Section.

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  • John K. White, Ph.D. Headshot

    Service vs. selfishness: Pope preaches potential of 'noble' politics

    John Kenneth White, professor, politics, and V. Bradley Lewis, associate professor, philosophy, were quoted in a Catholic News Service story on noble politics.

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  • Catholic University to Stage Marathon Reading of St. Augustine’s Confessions

    Faculty and students at The Catholic University of America will stage a public reading of St. Augustine's Confessions that will take 14 hours over three days.

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  • Duilia de Mello, Ph.D. Headshot

    Understand the research that led the Nobel Physics of 2017

    Duilia de Mello, Vice Provost and Dean of Assessment, and professor, physics, was quoted in an O Globo story on the Nobel Prize in Physics.

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  • Professors Explore the Confessions of St. Augustine

    Addressing an overflow crowd in the Monsignor Happel Room of Caldwell Hall last month, three Catholic University professors outlined the ways in which their separate disciplines have studied and taught St. Augustine’s best-known work, the Confessions, over the past century. All three are teaching courses on the work this semester.

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  • Catholic University Extends Prayers, Support for Victims of Las Vegas Shootings

    The Catholic University of America extends its prayers and support for the victims of yesterday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nev.

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  • John Carroll Lynch working with Catholic University students

    Film Actor John Carroll Lynch Gives Master Class for Drama Students

    Students from the Department of Drama had a rare opportunity to learn from an accomplished film and television actor  as Catholic University alumnus John Carroll Lynch returned to Hartke Theater to share his experiences and expertise.

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  • Ernest Suarez, Ph.D. Headshot

    A Conversation With ALSCW President Ernest Suarez, Part 2

    Ernest Suarez, David M. O'Connell Professor of English and chair of the English department, was interviewed in a two-part piece in Oxford University Press’s OUPblog about the life of a literary academic.

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  • Nobel Prize Winner Addresses Biology Symposium

    Nobel Prize-winning pharmacologist Louis J. Ignarro addressed students and faculty of The Catholic University of America earlier this month, chronicling his research work studying nitric oxide as a unique signaling molecule in the cardiovascular system.

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  • Andrew Yeo, Ph.D. Headshot

    South Korea to Send Humanitarian Aid to North, Keeping Diplomatic Channels Open

    Andrew Yeo, associate professor, politics, and fellow, Institute for Policy Research, was quoted in a Voice of America story on diplomatic relations between South and North Korea.

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  • Claes G. Ryn, Ph.D. Headshot

    Trump’s UN address reflects tensions of Catholic social teaching

    Claes Ryn, professor, politics, and director, Center for the Study of Statesmanship, was quoted in a Crux story on President Trump’s address to the UN.

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  • Duilia de Mello, Ph.D. Headshot

    It's not the end of the world this weekend

    Duilia de Mello, professor, physics, was quoted in an Independent Mail story on some claims that the world will end in coming weeks.

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  • Signing the agreement

    10-Year Research Agreement Promises up to $80 Million in Funding for Vitreous State Laboratory

    University Provost Andrew Abela signed a new agreement Sept. 12 to continue a long-standing commercial partnership between the University’s Vitreous State Laboratory (VSL) and the Atkins company. The new agreement has a projected value to Catholic University that could amount to as much as $80 million over its 10-year term, based on past performance.

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  • Students standing on top of Musei Capitolini

    Behind the Scenes in Italy

    A group of mostly graduate students spent two weeks in Italy as part of a course offered by the Department of Library and Information Science.

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  • Joseph E. Capizzi, Ph.D. Headshot

    What would Jesus do about ‘Dreamers’? Not what Trump did, Christian leaders say

    Joseph Capizzi, director, Institute for Human Ecology, was quoted in a Yahoo! News article about the Christian defense of DACA. He was also quoted in a Catholic News Agency story on DACA.

    Matthew Green, professor, politics, was quoted in an Angelus News story on DACA.

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  • Students Serve as Summer Interns at the White House

    Two Catholic University students spent their summer serving as White House interns.

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  • University Receives High U.S. News and World Report Rankings

    The Catholic University of America has risen in the U.S. News & World Report 2018 listings for Universities and graduate programs nationwide.

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  • Message From President Garvey About The People Affected By the Hurricane

    We extend our prayers and concern to all the people affected by the hurricane that hit Houston and New Orleans this week. It is an especially difficult time for students at our University who are from the affected areas.

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  • Mass of the Holy Spirit

    Students Called as Witnesses for Christ during Mass of the Holy Spirit

    Students, faculty, and staff members at The Catholic University of America were called to be witnesses for Christ during this year’s Mass of the Holy Spirit, which took place in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on Aug. 31.

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  • Matthew Green, Ph.D. Headshot

    Meet the most powerful man in the House

    Matthew Green, associate professor, politics, was quoted in a CNBC story on Mark Meadows. 

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  • Claes G. Ryn, Ph.D. Headshot

    War without End Amen

    Claes Ryn, professor, politics, and director, Center for the Study of Statesmanship, was quoted in a Catholic News Service story on U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan. 

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  • The rise of the ‘alt-right’ – how should the Church respond?

    Phillip de Mahy, doctoral candidate, politics, was quoted in a Catholic News Agency story on the “alt-right.”

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  • Aaron Dominguez, Ph.D. Headshot

    EWTN Live - 2017-08-23

    Aaron Dominguez, dean, arts and sciences, was the guest on EWTN Live.

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  • New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu

    Confederate Monument Debate

    On May 19, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, B.A. 1982, gave a notable speech on the removal of four city monuments celebrating the Confederacy.

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  • Catholic University Kicks Off Foreign Policy Center

    Catholic University’s newly-established Center for the Study of Statesmanship offers a measured approach to foreign policy that is rooted in restraint and American constitutionalism.

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  • Duilia de Mello, Ph.D. Headshot

    Eclipses, religion and a man named Termite

    Duilia de Mello, professor, physics, was interviewed by a USA Today network paper on the solar eclipse and it’s links to religion.

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