Faculty and Staff Honored for Long-Term Service
Considering that the average U.S. worker stays about four years with one employer, recognition is in order for those loyal employees who stay for a decade or longer. CUA honored its long-term service faculty and staff with a celebratory dinner and awards ceremony. See story.
Bestselling Author On Campus
Maryann Cusimano Love, associate professor of politics, has become a best-selling children’s book author. Her first book, You Are My I Love You, has sold half a million copies, including sales in French, German, Japanese and Korean translations. Her new book, You Are My Miracle, is a holiday–themed story about the love between parents and children. See story.
Tea Time at Unanue — Resident Professor Serves Up A Little Taste of Home
Served in paper cups, tea at Unanue House isn’t exactly a formal affair. But lively conversation and fellowship at the event, hosted weekly by Assistant Professor of Philosophy Holger Zaborowski, creates an ambience of fun and family in the freshman residence hall. See story.
Father O’Connell comments on the 10/20 year service awards dinner and a special honor to Provost John Convey. Other topics covered include the pope’s recent remarks, December events on campus and the need for energy conservation. See the president's column.
“CUA On the Move”
Whether they’re training to run the Marine Corps Marathon, fit into the perfect wedding dress, stay healthy during pregnancy, or maintain a healthy heart, CUA staff and faculty are serious about getting and staying in shape. In this month’s installment of “CUA On the Move,” meet eight people who have made inspiring progress toward a healthier lifestyle. See story.
University Launches Online Photo Gallery
Check out the new CUA Photo Gallery at http://galleries.cua.edu/. Let the Office of Public Affairs know if you’d like to submit photos from special university events to be considered for inclusion in the gallery by contacting Communications Director Chris Harrison, editor for Inside CUA, at email@example.com.
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