Aaron Miri, MBA ’09, joins the council with experience as Chief Digital and Information Officer for Baptist Health.
Our country needs educated citizens. People who can evaluate evidence, form educated judgments and engage in reasonable debate are a vital part of making our system of self-government work.
As everywhere else, University of Dallas classes went remote in March 2020. But most were in person again that fall. Returning so quickly was an unconventional move, though one that people at the university said was consistent with the institutional culture.
Associa, the community management industry’s largest provider, is pleased to announce that it has renewed its education partnership with the University of Dallas Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business.
It was a heavenly sight and the perfect evening to enjoy Music in the Museum at the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas sponsored by the University of Dallas, my alma mater.
A new television miniseries premiering today on EWTN examines the question, “What am I supposed to do with my life?” both in terms of the big decisions that can determine life’s course and the smaller-but-no-less important daily choices in our lives as Catholics.
With the pandemic, more parents are discovering what their children are being taught in public schools—from explicit how-tos in sex-ed class to narratives of power that divide everyone into oppressors and oppressed.
The COVID-19 pandemic’s uncertainty and its effects on the school system has increased applications and enrollments for local private schools.
St. Joseph Catholic School, located at 2901 E. Rancier Ave., is one of Killeen’s private schools. The campus offers a classical curriculum in partnership with the University of Dallas, teaching students from Pre-Kindergarten 3 through 8th grade.