The weeks of vacations, internships, summer jobs and research
are drawing to a close, and we’ll soon welcome the students back
to campus. Their genuine excitement and joy in learning bring
fresh life to the final dog days of a Texas August.
"This is indeed a great honor... we don't do these things alone."
Permanent deacon, co-director of Hispanic ministries, former chancellor for Bishop Strickland of Tyler, TX, and Neuhoff School of Ministry graduate student, Deacon Rubén Natera was honored with the Lumen Gentium Award from University of Dallas.
"For Neuhoff School of Ministry, we take very seriously our mission of serving the Church locally in North Texas and nationally through our partnerships and our online and cohort programs. We're proud of our students, who like Deacon Natera, have served their communities in remarkable ways."
The UD Rome Program’s Affiliate Assistant Professor of Art Elizabeth Robinson, Ph.D., is the first recipient of the Milligan Faculty Development Fellowship for the purpose of conducting research and delivering scholarly papers in Italy and Romania this year.
The university's second-largest freshman class in history, with more than 380 students, moved in Friday, Aug. 19, greeted by orientation leaders and resident assistants with handmade signs and popsicles, although generous cloud cover (and even some rain) provided relatively mild (if humid) conditions for move-in.
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