News & Information

News & Information

Commencement

This year's spring commencement ceremony had some new graduates in attendance: six doctor of business administration (DBA) students from the Gupta College of Business.

Spring 2018 Final Group Trip and Retreats

As the spring Rome semester winds to a close the Romers took their last class trip to Northern Italy to see the sites of Venice and Florence and also got to participate in several silent religious retreats to enhance the spiritual journey of their Rome experience.

Alumna's CPA Score is Tops in Texas

On an exam that's known as one of the most difficult professional certification exams, Candice Vermeulen, BA '13 M.S. '15, outshines the field.

Women in Business

The Spring 2018 Women in Business Leadership panel at the University of Dallas focused on helping its students successfully make the transition from classroom to career.

Spring 2018 Greece Trip and Spring Break

March was the busiest travel month for the Spring 2018 Rome class as they journeyed to Greece for a 10-day Odyssey with their class and trekked across Europe on their own during their spring travel break.

Rhett Forman Designs General Studies Major at Tarleton State

Rhett Forman, PhD '17, is bringing the mission of the University of Dallas westward, to Stephenville, TX. He has been appointed by Tarleton State to design a general studies major, which he hopes to model after the curriculum he observed at UD.

Classical Education Program Reaches Westward

In January, University of Dallas Braniff Graduate School Assistant Dean & Affiliate Assistant Professor Matthew Post, Ph.D. '15, visited John Adams Academy in Roseville, California. Founded in 2010, John Adams Academy is a K-12 charter school dedicated to creating servant leaders through a classical education.

State of Catholic School Leadership

Recently, we sat down with Matthew Vereecke, Ed.D., and Verónica Alonzo, Ed.D., superintendent and associate superintendent of Catholic schools for the Diocese of Dallas, to ask them about the state of Catholic education in the Diocese of Dallas: "What has been accomplished? What can we be proud of this year, in our Catholic schools?"

Spring 2018 Umbria Trip

The Spring 2018 Rome class made their first class trip of the semester on February 9-11, visiting three beautiful and influential Italian cities in the Umbria region: Subiaco, Assisi, and Orvieto.

STEM & Liberal Arts Education: Parallel Lines that Meet?

"The roots of the STEM disciplines are grounded in our desire to know," she said. "STEM as thought of as its constituent parts (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), particularly science and mathematics, is fundamental to the study of the quadrivium (arithmetic, geometry, astronomy, and music) of the seven liberal arts," Weisse said. "But the quadrivium does not stand alone, it is paired with the trivium (grammar, rhetoric, logic) which teaches a potent use of language."

UD Alumni Named to Vatican Pre-Synod Gathering on Youth

On Jan. 25, 2018, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced that University of Dallas alumni Nick López, BA '12 MTS '16, director of campus ministry at UD, and Katie Prejean McGrady, BA '11, were selected to serve as delegates at an upcoming pre-synod gathering in Rome. The March meeting is in preparation for the October Synod of Bishops called "Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment."

Art & Architecture Site Visit to the Roman Forum and Colosseum

The first Art and Architecture visit for the Spring Rome class was to some of the best preserved archaeological sites of Rome: the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. Such sites give modern visitors a very real sense of how life would have been in Ancient Rome, home to one of the world's greatest civilizations.

UD Welcomes Fr. Michael Patella

The University of Dallas proudly announces that Father Michael Patella, O.S.B., professor of the New Testament and seminary rector at Saint John's University School of Theology and Seminary, will deliver the Ann & Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry's 19th annual Landregan Lecture, titled "Catholic Biblical Tradition: Ancient & Postmodern."

Appia Antica Walk and Wine Tasting

Spring 2018 Romers concluded their first full week in Italy with a walking excursion along the Via Appia Antica where they stopped to explore the Circus of Maxentius, San Sebastiano and the Catacombs. Upon arriving back to campus they were treated to an evening wine tasting hosted by Msgr. Fucinaro.