After several years of internships at CERN, UD is now an official member of the Neutron Time of Flight experiment.
Shelly Groves Brandon, DBA ’22, was nominated for the Academy of Management’s William H. Newman Award.
Luanne McKinnon, PhD, BA ’77, has donated a personal collection of fine art scholarship to UD collected over a lifetime career in art.
Since earning a graduate degree from the University of Dallas in 2000, Rich Kelly has shared the fruits of his UD education in humble and faithful service to the church.
During their engagement in 2000, Joseph Burkett and his then-fiancée Alethea would meet up to roast marshmallows, read, talk and make maple syrup.
Math champ Isaac Hellerman, BS ’23, came to UD with an interest in liturgical song as well.
“UD is known for that wonderful classical liberal arts education that the church prizes so much,” said seminarian Wyatt Parlow, BA ’23.
As a business major, Bridgette Claire Alpar, BA ’23, appreciates UD’s moral grounding.
“I ended up at UD entirely by Divine Providence,” said Alexa Hassell, BA ’23.
Coming out of high school, Larissa Elena Ramirez, BA ’23, wanted to find a university that valued both the body and the mind.
“The more I learned about the university, the more I fell in love with the rigor of the Core Curriculum and its strong Catholic identity,” said Harrison Vetter, B.A. ’23.
After being medically discharged from the United States Coast Guard Academy, happenstance brought Megan Scott, BA ’23, into contact with a passion for Plato.
Magda Rogg, BS ’23, contributed to two articles in anthropology journals as a coauthor and one as a primary author.
Budding writer Elise Williams, B.A. ’23, plans to continue honing her skill in the 4+1 program.
Mary Hochberg, BA and BS ’23, had never intended to double major in chemistry and philosophy.
The UD stalwart is finishing a 57-year career of not standing still.
Art professor and UD pioneer Lyle Novinski, MFA, showed a remarkable skill for creating art that belongs.
Trustees, faculty and students gathered on Thursday, Nov. 17, in honor of the newly established Cowan-Shillingburg Endowed Scholarship benefitting first-generation students attending the University of Dallas.
Amazon may have displaced many independent bookstores, but there is nothing quite like the experience of strolling through shelves of books with the possibility of discovering a new favorite author or an old classic you can give as a gift. Inspired by her experience, UD alumna Katy Lemieux, BA ‘05, is setting out to open a new bookstore called Talking Animals in Grapevine, Texas, this winter.
The University of Dallas has, for the past 15 years, quietly and with steadfast determination been developing a sophisticated astronomy/astrophysics program under the direction of Professor of Physics Richard Olenick, Ph.D.
Given the state of debate within and around the academy today, it can be easy to forget that the sciences and mathematics have a greater claim to being liberal arts than do the humanities. At the...
The generosity of these donors and foundations indelibly enriches our pursuit of wisdom, truth and virtue here at the University of Dallas. It Goes Past Generations "It’s the...
Sixteen years ago, General Al Zapanta and his family moved back to Irving. After serving in four presidential administrations in Washington D.C. and a career that included heroic military service...
When the three children of legendary University of Dallas Professor of English John E. Alvis, BA ’66 MA ’69 PhD ’73, considered how to honor and perpetuate their father’s legacy at UD, they knew it would need to involve the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts Institute of Philosophic Studies, to which Alvis had been devoted.
The son of Department Chair and Associate Professor of Philosophy Matthew Walz, Ph.D., MBA ’20, Damien Walz, BA ’22, grew up around UD and fell in love with its liberal arts curriculum. The decision to come to UD was a relatively straightforward one, but which major to pursue was not: Walz changed his mind approximately seven times before settling on politics.