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March, 2017

Why Foreign Scholars Come to Catholic University
Every year, foreign scholars choose to come to Catholic University because of its unique, world-class experts and resources. CUA’s own faculty members, in turn, go abroad as visiting scholars and lecturers to pursue their own research needs and to experience other cultures. Here is a look at this year’s Fulbright and other visiting scholars who are making the most of their time at CUA and abroad. 
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2006 Festival of the Arts to

Showcase Aaron Copland   

The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music will raise the curtain this month on the highlight of its performance calendar, “Aaron Copland’s America,” a series of performances, lectures and films from March 27 through April 8 that explore the works and legacy of the acclaimed composer who created a new American
                                classical music.
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NCSSS Professor’s Work on Smoking Ban is Personal and Professional

Professor Karlynn BrintzenhofeSzoc has made a career out of fighting cancer. After years of counseling, research and teaching, she has turned to the public policy arena, spearheading a local campaign to ban smoking in the District of Columbia’s public places.  See story.



I Sing, Therefore I Am:
A Show of Philosophical Talent

In Plato’s Symposium, the ancient Greek philosopher defines music as “the effects of love on rhythm and harmony."  On Feb. 17, love, rhythm and harmony converged in Caldwell Auditorium, as the School of
Philosophy
staged its seventh annual talent show featuring an array of musical acts by artistic graduate students and professors. The show is one of the more harmonious examples of the special camaraderie shared by faculty and students in the School of Philosophy.
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