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BeLynn Hollers, ba '21, editorial fellow at the dallas morning news

Bellinger is the executive director of the first Catholic Institute for Homiletics in Texas, possibly the first permanent endowed homiletics program in the entire world, according to leaders involved in the effort. Newly founded by the Catholic Foundation, the Diocese of Dallas, and the University of Dallas, the institute aims to improve preaching within the Catholic Church. And it’s led by a woman.”

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Catherine Caesar

UD Grieves the Passing of Dr. Catherine Caesar

The University of Dallas community mourns the passing of Dr. Catherine Caesar, a much beloved professor of Art History in the Art Department, who began her service with UD in 2003. Cathy was a gifted teacher, a wonderful colleague, a sincere and generous collaborator, a devoted mother and a dear friend to many of us.



Interim Dean Appointments Announced

The University of Dallas (UD) announced the appointment of reference librarian and adjunct French instructor Ron Scrogham as interim dean of libraries and research of the Cowan-Blakely Memorial Library, and the appointment of longtime Politics Professor Richard Dougherty, Ph.D. ’93 M.A. ’89, to serve as interim dean of the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts.

The University of Dallas to Host 2022 Catholic Bar Association Conference

The University of Dallas will host the 7th annual Catholic Bar Association (CBA) Conference, “Catholic Lawyers: Upholding the Rule of Law,” Oct. 13-15, 2022. "Our members are looking forward to being on the campus of one of our nation’s premier Catholic institutions of higher learning,” said Peter H. Wickersham, CBA president.

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