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A Narrative of Joyful Courage

"The Quest takes viewers on a journey … to explore the Christian life as a narrative of joyful courage in the gathering darkness of this world." - Shannon Valenzuela, Ph.D., BA '00, of UD’s limited television series

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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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all-american cross-country runner anna wilgenbusch, ba '22

Education includes the body and the soul and the mind, and the team has really been able to fill that need, in a way that I don't know how anything else could have really.

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Frisco ISD Senior Partners with Gupta Professor

Shreenidhi Ayinala has had an interest in technology from a young age. For her senior year independent study project, she knew she wanted to look more at the question, “How does technology affect people?” She found UD’s Associate Professor of Cybersecurity Renita Murimi, Ph.D., CISSP, on LinkedIn and contacted her, asking if she would consider being her mentor for the school year. Murimi gladly accepted.

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Renewing A Culture of Life

The theme of President Jonathan J. Sanford’s inaugural year as the University of Dallas’ 10th president – Arete: Renewing Culture through Educational Excellence – belies a...

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Events

A World of Paper

05.06.-09.29.22 | A WORLD OF PAPER: The Lyle Novinski Print Collection

Nearly 200 prints from Lyle Novinski’s private print collection are on view in the Beatrice M. Haggerty Gallery. The prints, which represent a wide range of techniques and styles,  span over 400 years of printmaking history. Novinski collected the prints over the years primarily for instructional purposes at UD, where he is Professor Emeritus of Art.

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