Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts

Renewing the Western Heritage of Liberal Arts

The Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts recalls its disciplines to first principles, serving both to refresh and enrich academic ideas and skills, as well as prepare graduates for a variety of careers.

Read the great literary and philosophical texts

Students, professors and life-long learners at the Braniff Graduate School are invited to cultivate the life of the mind through the careful reading of the great works that have shaped the Western world.

Energize. Enrich. Renew.

Recognizing that teachers are a vital, and often underappreciated, force in maintaining the strength of our nation, the Braniff Graduate School welcomes teachers to join the Educators Cohort, participate in the Graduate Catholic Teacher Certificate program or engage with fellow educators in one of our AP Summer Institutes.

Choose from one of nine master’s degree programs ranging from fine art to psychology.

Pursue a Ph.D. in literature, politics or philosophy through the Institute of Philosophic Studies.

Gain distinctive preparation in education through our programs for teachers.

Join the Braniff Community of Scholars

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Professor Applies Lessons Learned from Autistic Sons to All Life

Former Affiliate Assistant Professor of Spanish Nicole (Hammerschmidt) Lasswell, BA '03, and her husband, Martin, have two sons, Will and Stevie, both of whom have autism. For World Autism Awareness Day, the family was interviewed on Telemundo; because the boys are thriving, it seemed particularly important to the Lasswells to share their story and their hope with others.

Alumnae Unpack Dense Theological Concepts, Aim to Impact Culture

The first time Monica Ashour, MTS '95 MH '04, read St. John Paul II's "Man and Woman He Created Them: A Theology of the Body" was in 2000 with a small, grassroots group of parents and teachers, including DeAnn (Barta) Stuart, Ph.D., BA '98 MH '04, and Annie (Duffin) Vining, MTh '03. This group went on to found The Theology of the Body Evangelization Team Inc. (TOBET) on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, Dec. 8, 2001.

University of Dallas Names New Vice President for Advancement

UD is pleased to announce the appointment of Jason Wu Trujillo as its new vice president for university advancement. Trujillo currently serves as chief development officer and director of the Honor the Future campaign at the University of Virginia (UVA) Law School Foundation, which conducts alumni relations, external affairs, fundraising and endowment management for the benefit of the UVA School of Law. He begins his new role at the end of June.

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