Richard D. Kelly, MTS ’00, said the gift reflects his desire to see future generations of students benefit from the excellent faculty who greatly impacted his own faith and formation as a lay Catholic.
The annual program immerses students in Spanish language, poetry, culture and Catholic mysticism.
More than two dozen members of the University of Dallas community have arrived in Europe in advance of World Youth Day.
For four years now, the Constantin Scholars Program has used great literature to teach writing skills and facilitate “ah-ha moments” among incoming first-generation students.
Thanks to the generosity of supporters of the University of Dallas, UD has finished the fiscal year with several target goals exceeded.