For electrical engineer Jennifer (Coyle) Byrne, Ph.D., BS BA ’85, perhaps the greatest benefit of her UD education was that it taught her to seek truth and answers to big questions.
What started as a course to equip Atlanta, Georgia-area ministry leaders to teach youth about Pope St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body (TOB), has grown to reach Spanish-speakers all over the world, as one of UD’s popular continuing education programs offered through the Ann and Joe O. Neuhoff Institute for Ministry and Evangelization.
A memorial Mass will be held at 2 p.m., Tuesday, June 15, 2021, at the Church of the Incarnation at the University of Dallas. Margie Cruse joined our Heavenly Father on June 1, 2021, with her...
Larry Nee, MA ’94 PhD ’98, believed friendship was essential for human happiness, and he spent much of his time putting this principle into practice. The Laurence D. Nee Memorial Scholarship...
Regina Uhl, J.D., BA ’00, joins the University of Dallas Board of Trustees as its newest member. A philosophy alumna of the university, Uhl is a nationally...
Jessica Hooten Wilson, Ph.D., MA ’06, discovered her vocation as soon as she stepped into the classroom as a high school teacher.
"Similar to that line from Chariots of Fire, I felt God’s pleasure standing in front of a group of students," Hooten Wilson said. "I realized I was designed to teach even though I didn't know enough about how to teach or even what I was teaching."
The University of Dallas honored 130 parish ministry leaders and deacons for completing certificate programs through the Ann and Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry at a special Commencement Liturgy and Graduation on Saturday, May 22. Held one week after the 62nd annual Commencement ceremony for the university’s academic degree graduates, the special Neuhoff event was held to accommodate both 2020 and 2021 graduates, since the pandemic prevented an in-person celebration last year.
For more than 15 years, Monsignor Thomas Fucinaro has served as chaplain on the University of Dallas’ Eugene Constantin Campus (affectionately known as Due Santi) just outside of Rome, Italy. However, in May, Pope Francis reassigned him to his home diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska, beginning on Feb. 2, 2022, as pastor of the Cathedral of the Risen Christ.
The University of Dallas is pleased to welcome Archbishop Bashar Matti Warda of Erbil, Iraq, as a special guest and keynote speaker at the 61st annual Spring Commencement Ceremony on Sunday, May 16, honoring the Class of 2021. This year, UD will award more than 500 bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees from the Constantin College of Liberal Arts, Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts, Ann and Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry and Satish and Gupta College of Business.
“As a priest, it’s been a blessing that my first assignment was to serve a college campus,” said UD Chaplain Father Thomas More Barba, BA ’09 ’10. “Young people need to see that their priests are approachable and can connect with them. Being present on campus as a Dominican, walking around campus and being approachable to students, faculty, or anyone who is here, has been a happy, providential thing.”