Julie Englund: Setting Her Mind to CUA’s Future
Formerly the dean of administration at Harvard Law School, Englund loves her current position as CUA’s treasurer/ vice president for finance and administration. She has the vision to see the university as it should be 20 years from now, says CUA's president. See story.
Reflections on 10 and 20 Years: Long-Term Faculty/Staff Honored
CUA’s 20-year employees remember the poignant and humorous high points of their time at the university. See story.
About Inside CUA
Inside CUA is produced eight times each year by the Office of Public Affairs. The next issue will be published during the third week of January. Richard Wilkinson is managing editor. John Tucker is editorial assistant. Submit story ideas and information about your recent publications, awards, media interviews or speaking engagements by contacting Richard Wilkinson at 202-319-6984 or email@example.com.
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Migrating to a New Home: Cardinal Students Makes Way for Cardinal Station
Take a good look at that cardinal icon on your computer desktop. Come Jan. 3, it will be “bye-bye birdie” as the cardinal moves to a new home: a more integrated, Web-based approach to campus business. See story.
||A Woman's Place Is in Academia: Regina Herzfeld Was a CUA Pioneer
Herzfeld, who died Nov. 26 at the age of 99, was the first lay woman to teach at CUA. One of the world's first female anthropologists, she played an important role in the development of the field. See story