CUA Community Comes Together to Aid Victims of Hurricane Katrina
Catholic University welcomed 20 students displaced by Hurricane Katrina to campus this semester. Their enrollment was one of many efforts made by staff, students and faculty to offer support, both spiritual and material, to victims of the catastrophe. See story.
World Youth Day 2005 Awes CUA Visitors
A group of Catholic University students had their first (relatively) close-up glimpse of Pope Benedict XVI when they traveled to Cologne, Germany, for World Youth Day 2005. The pilgrims, part of an audience of more than 1 million from around the world, were impressed with what they found. See story.
Settling In: CUA Welcomes New Faculty to Campus
Each of Catholic University’s deans welcomed new faculty to their respective schools this semester, as more than 35 scholars joined the university’s academic community. Read about the diverse interests – on- and off-campus – of CUA’s newest professors. See story.
This Class Clicks!
Wireless Devices Promote Interactive Learning
Chemistry Associate Professor Diane Bunce is one of a growing number of professors and students who use remote control devices for more than channel surfing. Students and faculty are using “clickers” during class and meetings – to note attendance and facilitate participation. See story.
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