It didn’t take long for Jodi Hunt, affiliate assistant professor of theology at the University of Dallas, to recognize Cathy Quattrochi, BA ’78 MCSL ’09, as a UD alumna.+ Read More
The University of Dallas is associated with a number of centers and projects that are devoted to a deeper exploration of topics closely connected with the University's mission.
Their mission is to promote natural law public philosophy rooted in the principles of the American Founding – one that pursues freedom and prosperity, grounded on the moral integrity of the culture and of our social and political institutions.
The Neuhoff Institute for Ministry & Evangelization offers a wide range of continuing education programs for adults interested in in-depth exploration of their faith as well as deacon formation programs in both English and Spanish. The Neuhoff Institute also hosts the annual Dallas Ministry Conference, an event attended by thousands of ordained and lay people from around the world.
A forum for serious and informed discussion of the common good which brings to bear upon this discussion the insight and wisdom of the Christian intellectual tradition.
To promote the study of Thomas More, especially his understanding of liberty, statesmanship, and the need for educated and virtuous citizens.
An ambitious long-term project to build a library of medieval Latin texts, with English translations, from the period roughly between 500 and 1500, which will represent the whole breadth and variety of medieval civilization.
The Donald and Louise Cowan Archive houses, contextualizes and presents texts and information pertaining to the writings, thought and teachings of Donald A. and Louise Cowan.
A nonprofit corporation dedicated to fostering an understanding of contemporary social-political issues informed by the perennial wisdom of Western philosophy and the intellectual heritage of Christian social teaching.
Professor Richard Owsley founded the North Texas Heidegger Symposium in 1980, and hosted it for over twenty years.
The Studies in Catholic Faith and Culture Program seeks to enrich the lives of Catholics by providing an intellectual formation that encompasses the breadth and depth of human culture. It explores the history, traditions, and works that have shaped the Catholic inheritance, resulting in a deeply Christian portrait of the human person.
Dec. 7, 2021 (Irving, TX) — On the feast of one of the great doctors of the Church, the University of Dallas announces the launch of the St. Ambrose Center for Catholic Liberal Education and...+ Read More
The last Crowley Chamber Trio concert of the season will be on Dec. 6 and Dec. 7 at the Museum of Biblical Art at 7:30 p.m.
The Crowley Chamber Trio is composed of University of Dallas faculty members Kristin Van Cleve, violin; Marie-Thaïs Oliver, cello; and Andrey Ponochevny, piano.+ Read More