Introducing Our New Faculty
This academic year, Catholic University welcomes 29 new tenure-track faculty members. Learn about their research interests, hobbies and hometowns. See story.
Looking South to the Future
Long-Vacant Building Transformed, Dedicated
Jim Abdo of Abdo Development recently displayed plans for the redevelopment of South Campus to the CUA community. Plans for the area include restaurants, outdoor cafés, shops, housing, an arts walk, and a clock tower and public square. See story.
The former Keane Hall became McGivney Hall on Sept. 8 in a ceremony that featured leaders of CUA and the Knights of Columbus. See story.
Father O'Connell details a range of topics, including the Board of Trustees retreat, university finances and progress on strategic plan initiatives. See From the President's Desk.
CUA Senior Struck With “Olympic Fever”
Like many students, CUA politics major Seda Ambartsumian had a summer job this year. But unlike others, her summer job sent her on a business trip to the 2008 Olympic Games, where she got the opportunity to meet America's top athletes and their families. See story.
Meet the New CUA Benefits Team
Inside CUA introduces a new feature — a monthly column on developments in the Office of Human Resources. In this issue: CUA benefits and the new benefits team, See story.
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