News and Events Archive
INCAI 2013 Workshop: 5/13/13 Exploring the Nature of the Evolving Universe
Classroom and Curriculum: Trends in Mathematics: 3/1/13 Tuesday March 19, 5:00PM - Pryz 327 and Monday April 8, 5:00PM - McGivney Auditorium.
IN CONVERSATION: 12/5/12 Mohammed Raja Abdullah Al-Hussaini Al Sharif, Ambassador of the League of Arab States to the United States and Dennis Wholey, CUA alumnus and host of PBS’ This is America with Dennis Wholey on “The Role of the League of Arab States in the Arab Spring Countries, and U.S. policies in the Aftermath of the Arab Spring.” Wednesday, December 5th 5:30pm Great Room B, Pryzbyla University Center
31st annual Karl Herzfeld Memorial Lecture: 4/12/12 "The matter of Meteorites - And Why It Matters," a lecture by Dr. Guy J. Consolmagno, S.J. of the Vatican Observatory, Rome Italy.
Inaugural Henri Hyvernat Lecture: 3/22/12 The Department of Semitic and Egyptian Languages and Literatures presents the First Annual Lecture in honor of the department’s mission and founder, Monsignor Henri Hyvernat (1858–1941).
The Archimedes Codex : 2/12/12 Presented by Dr. William Noel, Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts, The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore.
Islamic Studies & Washington Careers: 11/2/11 The Program in Islamic World Studies and the Department of History invite interested students and others in the University to a reception with Middle Eastern food and talk about Islamic Studies and Washington careers by Alexs Thompson.
do Deutsch!: 10/6/11 This fall, CUA's German program will be one of 40 nation wide participants in the do Deutsch! campus weeks generously supported by the German mission and the Goethe-Institut in the US.
Fourth Annual CUA on Wall Street Career Evening: 9/29/11 Interested in a career in any facet of the financial industry? Come and hear from a panel of highly accomplished CUA alumni who work on Wall Street, learn about different aspects of finance and banking, and practice speed-networking. STUDENTS IN ANY AND EVERY ACADEMIC MAJOR AND CONCENTRATION are most welcome.
On the Trading Floor: 3/17/10 CUA alumni and NYSE member traders Jonathan Corpina (B.A., 1994, Politics) and Columb Lytle (B.A., 1994, Philosophy), showing their true colors.
Dean's Scholar: 2/14/10 Maureen O’Rourke (Class of 2011) is this year’s Dean’s Scholarship recipient in the Department of Drama.
Undergraduate Research: 2/1/10 Tanja Horn (Assistant Professor, Physics), with undergraduate research assistants Nathaniel Hlavin, center (Class of 2014), and Timothy McEvoy, right (Class of 2013), in CUA’s Nuclear Physics Lab in Hannan Hall.
Major New Publications: 2/1/10 Major new scholarly books published by CUA Arts and Sciences faculty.
Biology Dept Launches a New M.S. Degree in Biotechnology: 1/27/10 CUA’s Department of Biology launches its new M.S. degree in Biotechnology, with recruitment underway for the first cohort of students to enter in Fall 2010
Education Dept Receives Better Way Foundation Grant: 1/20/10 The Better Way Foundation, part of the Opus Philanthropy Group, has awarded $50,000 to CUA to develop a model MA program in early childhood education and special education that prepares teachers to serve young children with special needs from low-income, multicultural families.
Calculus Cafe: 1/4/10 The Department of Mathematics is pleased to announce its new "Calculus Cafe", a resource for all current CUA calculus students.
Recent Major Publications by Faculty from the Politics Dept: 12/16/09 Wallace J. Thies, Why NATO Endures (Cambridge University Press, 2009); David Walsh, The Modern Philosophical Revolution: The Luminosity of Existence ((Cambridge University Press, 2008); John K. White, Barack Obama's America: How New Conceptions of Race, Family, and Religion Ended the Reagan Era (University of Michigan Press, 2009)
Like Freedom?: 11/2/09 On November 9, 2009, the German Club will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall with a documentary, a replica of the wall that will be torn down, German food and music.
Shaw and Politics: 10/15/09 CUA’s Department of Drama, in collaboration with the International Shaw Society and the Washington Stage Guild, will host a conference entitled “Shaw and Politics” October 15-18, 2009
Second Annual Wall Street Career Evening: 9/10/09 Come and network with some of CUA’s most successful alumni! Second Annual Wall Street Career Evening, Thursday 10 September 2009, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, The Great Room, Pryzbyla University Center.
Nanotechnology Center Celebrates Successful First Year: 8/24/09 CUA’s Nanotechnology Center (NTC), established in February 2008 to foster collaborative research among scientists in the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering, has won awards of research grants totaling $1.4 million in its first year of operation.