Andrew Ellison, current director of the St. Ambrose Center for Catholic Liberal Education and Culture, will move to a new role on March 1.
Students of local Catholic schools are eligible for automatic admission through the Crusader Promise.
Nancy Cain Marcus, MA ’00 PhD ’03, previously served as United States Ambassador and Public Delegate to the United Nations.
The publication collects and communicates research conducted by Gupta College of Business faculty members.
Andreas Widmer is an author, former member of the Swiss Guard and current director of the Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship at The Catholic University of America’s Busch School of Business.
“To build a classical movement within the Jewish educational community, we must have teachers trained in the texts and pedagogy of classical learning,” said program director Rabbi Mitchell Rocklin.
For Pat and Judy Hooker, graduate school is a team sport.
The annual ceremony celebrates faculty members who show excellence in both research and teaching, as well as those who are retiring.
The University of Dallas is working with the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia to establish a convent on campus.
The Crusader Scholarship is open to all high school seniors who apply to UD.
IRVING, Texas (Jan. 5, 2024) — The Quest, a television series developed by the University of Dallas as seen on the global Catholic network EWTN, has been adapted for radio and will begin airing...
After having served as interim dean of the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts since January of 2023, Professor of Politics Richard J. Dougherty, MA ’89 PhD ’93, has been appointed dean.
The Homeschool Scholarship is a $5,000 annual scholarship awarded to one exemplary high school student applying to the University of Dallas.
Ashton Ellis, PhD, comes to the University of Dallas after nearly 10 years in fundraising at Hillsdale College.
Thanks to a Braniff student, the language of the Gospels comes alive every Monday in Anselm 224.
It took the Center for Thomas More Studies 20 years to complete the “Essential Works of Thomas More.” Now, the conference is researching More’s oeuvre piece by piece.
All first-year students admitted to the University of Dallas for the fall of 2024 will be eligible to receive a grant if they have siblings in college.
As a panelist, Hunt explored questions facing catechists today, including the relationship between catechesis and evangelization.
The Institute for Homiletics has received a supplemental grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to further its work with the “Into Deeper Waters: Renewing Liturgical Preaching To Reach Young Catholics” initiative.
“Adoro Te” is a collaborative effort to seed the National Eucharistic Revival with artistic, theological and philosophical reflections.
“The Quest: The Way of Beauty” is a collaborative effort of UD faculty in several disciplines, including art, theology, modern languages and literature.
The relics of St. Pio of Pietrelcina will visit the University of Dallas on Sept. 20.
The University of Dallas welcomes new faculty members in various disciplines and congratulates others on their promotions.
“My father is in prison because he spoke truth to power for decades,” Sebastien told U.S. lawmakers in May.
Beloved classics professor and Due Santi fixture Peter Hatlie, PhD, is retiring from his leadership roles as vice president, dean and director of the Rome Program this year.