Brett Garland, who was accepted to the seminary in his home diocese, says experiences at CUA helped him discern his vocation to the priesthood.
Chris Furman had the opportunity to begin a research project as an undergraduate that he completed while in the biology department’s five-year master’s program.
Sophomore Reanna Sealey explores service and a future career path at CUA.
Brendan Duffy will embark on a year of teaching English as a Fulbright scholar, but it’s not his first taste of international travel.
Salvatore Veniero, who earned dual degrees in secondary education and German, recently brought a group of American and German high school students to his alma mater.
Senior Lindsay Puvel has spent four years in service to the University and the community, culminating in her decision to pursue a teaching career.
Twins and student athletes Jenny and Mary McGann were reluctant to go to the same college, but at CUA they have strengthened their relationship.
Three alumni attend the same medical school, driven by a desire to serve others and treat the whole person.
Joshua McElwee is an award-winning reporter for the National Catholic Reporter.
In her time at CUA, senior media studies major Monica Pastores has had a chance to work next to some recognizable news figures.
Lacrosse player and master's student Katie Miller has managed to balance athletics and academics in her time at CUA.
Senior Jess Ford has pursued sport psychology research while at CUA and run four marathons in her spare time.
Wadad Alsalmi sees infectious disease research as a way to impact her world for the better.
Molly Thompson plans to use her knack for problem-solving as an operations analyst for J.P. Morgan when she graduates.
This past summer, Ajani Gibson spoke to youth at the National Black Catholic Congress. On campus, he expresses his love for the Catholic liturgy in many ways.
Junior Elizabeth Ratke and her brother, Pat (B.A. 2009), both made service abroad a priority this summer and returned with new perspectives.
At Catholic University, senior Alexa Doncsecz has had a chance to explore her passions: science, writing, and her faith.
At CUA, senior Trevor Falk has pursued opportunities that helped him decide how he might contribute to the world.
After an uncertain start, senior Kara Stauffer now considers CUA her home.
Matthew Buckley Smith combines poetry with playwriting in Catholic University's M.F.A. program.
Mary Swarthout had offers to play lacrosse for Division I athletics programs but came instead to Catholic University and found success.
Christine Chlebda was presented with the Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects UNBUILT grand prize.
Rising junior Victor David revives pep band at Catholic University.
Planning events at CUA has enabled rising senior Mary Rita McKenna to find her career path.
Walter Ware says CUA’s Musical Theatre Program gave him the opportunity to combine his two passions.
Jere Lorenzen-Strait was awarded the 2011 District of Columbia Public Schools New Teacher of the Year.
Sarah O'Brien revived CUA's Debate Society.
Carmelina Gilberto, a senior social work major, has spent the last four years making a name for herself in the social service field.
Anna Galati and Darrell Carroll were offered their dream jobs in New York City’s financial industry just prior to starting their senior year.
Mike McCarthy, a senior mathematics major and running back for the football team, came up with the idea of creating a mobile application about CUA while writing a research paper.
Junior politics major and philosophy and theology minor Sarah Morris is determined not to waste any time during her years at CUA.
In his time at CUA, Louis Phillips has studied in London, Rome, and the Italian island of Capri. And he's hoping to go abroad again.
Through her experiences at CUA, Teresa Nadareski has figured out what she wants to do after graduation.
Marshall Moya Designs was recognized with two out of five national awards given by the National Organization of Minority Architects.
Vin Cortese, a defensive lineman for CUA's football team, found success at the University after transferring from another school.
Chris Pierno, a 2011 graduate, gives back to his alma mater as an employee.
Vincent Larach's work at the Center for Global Education led to an internship at the Embassy of Spain.
Senior Erin Flynn met the goal she set as a freshman to take advantage of all possible opportunities at Catholic University.
Despite holding a grand title, Joe Hubbard measures success by how well he helps others succeed.
Nicole Lee finds meaning in her job as the director of the Tribunal for the Diocese of Phoenix.
Matthew Skala, a junior politics major, wrote Third in Command, a novel about presidential succession.
Zachary Nelson recently won the prestigious Opera Index Vocal Competition. He credits the training he received at CUA.
An observational extragalactic astronomer, Elysse Voyer studies galaxies far, far away.
When Patrick Kennedy graduated in 2006 with a degree in mechanical engineering, he had cars on his mind. Now all he thinks about are planes.
Joe St. George says CUA's location and politics programs helped him land top-level internships at the White House, Congress, and NBC News, among others.
Katelyn Browher will put her degree in history and secondary education to use teaching English and American culture at Ovidius University in Constanta, Romania.
Her article on informing women about alternatives to abortion first appeared in two local newspapers. Then a high-ranking politician sent it to all his constituents.
Rose Hemingway wins 2011 Theatre World Award in her performance opposite Daniel Radcliffe in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
Nora Daly took her CUA degree to London, where she is a digital curator for the British Library.