Neuhoff School of Ministry students, immersed in the Catholic theological tradition,
develop critical skills for theological reflection and receive high quality education
and formation that fosters personal growth, professional ministry, and transformative
service to the Catholic Church, the broader Christian community, and the wider world.
The Neuhoff School of Ministry offers practice-oriented programs of theological studies
and pastoral ministry including degrees, certificates, conferences, ongoing seminars,
lectures, and continuing education.
The undergraduate pastoral ministry major at UD combines a deep commitment to the
broad educational vision of the liberal arts with a passionate commitment to hands-on
service of Christ and his church.
In a mountain range in Italy, Sophia Andaloro, BS '19, investigates dark matter. One of the 2019 Cardinal Spellman recipients at UD, Andaloro received both the 2020 NSF Graduate Fellowship and the Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration Stewardship Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE NNSA SSGF) this past year, her first year in graduate school at Rice University. She is one of five graduate students who will join the NNSA program this fall.
According to a team of University of Dallas juniors, there's an optimal water-to-sand ratio, roughly 6%, along with a borrowed methodology that's endured the test of time dating back to the relics of the Old Kingdom. The students' research, titled "The Best Sandcastles Are Egyptian: Pyramids Reign Supreme," was awarded a Meritorious designation in the International Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM) -- a first in university history.
Savoy, the leading African American business and lifestyle magazine, recently dubbed University of Dallas alumnus and Gupta College of Business Hall of Fame recipient Irvin Ashford Jr., MBA '00, among its 2020 list of elite Black executives. The listing garnered Ashford industry recognition along with the likes of Robert Smith, billionaire founder of Vista Equity Partners, out of more than 500 prospective candidates.