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University Calendar

Upcoming Events

  • Jan.
    29
    Law School Open House
    The Columbus School of Law invites prospective students to learn more about the school.
  • Jan.
    29
    Education Abroad Fair
    The Education Abroad fair highlights the study abroad experience for students.
  • Jan.
    30
    Clemency: The Emerging Purple Issue
    Robert L. Ehrlich, former governor of Maryland, will speak in this event sponsored by the Columbus School of Law.
  • Jan.
    30
    Global Fest
    Global Fest/Embassy Row will feature a wide range of information highlighting several international destinations.
  • Jan.
    30
    We Have Never Been Animals: Heidegger's Posthumanism
    Steven Galt Crowell, the Joseph and Joanna Nazro Mullen Professor of Philosophy at Rice University, will deliver the lecture.
  • Jan.
    31
    International Week Open Mic
    Students will share songs, poems, dances, and other performances highlighting CUA's cultural diversity. Foods from all over the world will be served.
  • Feb.
    3
    32 Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    This series will be performed by faculty and students from the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music throughout the year.
  • Feb.
    4
    Carlos Chavez and Modern Music
    The Musicology Colloquium presents "Carlos Chavez and Modern Music," a lecture by Christina Taylor Gibson, clinical assistant professor at CUA.
  • Feb.
    5
    Washington International Piano Series Special Guest
    Steven Mayer, piano professor at the University of Colorado, will perform.
  • Feb.
    6
    Washington International Piano Series Special Guest Master Class
    Steven Mayer, piano professor at the University of Colorado, will lead the master class.
  • Feb.
    9
    Brendan Brown Lecture
    Jerome H. Powell, governor of the Federal Reserve Board, will speak on "Inequality of Opportunity, Income and Wealth in the U.S. and Globally."
  • Feb.
    13
    The Mage Knights of Eternal Light
    The Department of Drama presents this production from Amanda Zeitler, MFA playwriting candidate at CUA. Performances will be staged Feb. 13, 14, 19, 21, and 22.
  • Feb.
    14
    Conversations I’ve Never Had
    The Department of Drama presents this production from Kathleen Burke, MFA playwriting candidate at CUA. Performances will be staged Feb. 14, 15, 18, 20, and 21.
  • Feb.
    20
    Mary’s Knowledge According to the Early Syrian Tradition
    Robin Darling Young, associate professor of spirituality, will deliver the lecture “‘She guarded all these words in her heart': Mary’s Knowledge According to the Early Syrian Tradition, from Ephrem to Romanos” as part of the Honoring Mary series.
  • Feb.
    20
    Stations of the Cross Devotional Service with Music
    The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents the premiere performance of short string quartets by faculty, students, and alumni depicting the 14 Stations of the Cross.
  • Feb.
    20
    Bridging the Spectrum
    The Department of Library and Information Science presents Bridging the Spectrum: A Symposium on Scholarship and Practice in Library and Information Science.
  • Feb.
    24
    Administrative Monday
    Monday classes meet instead of Tuesday classes on this day only.
  • Feb.
    28
    All Catholic High School Honor Choir
    The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents the daylong All Catholic High School Honor Choir Workshop and Concert with the music school’s music education general choral majors.
  • Mar.
    1
    CUA Symphony Orchestra Concert
    The music of Henryk Gorecki, a CUA honorary degree recipient, will be performed.
  • Mar.
    3
    32 Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    This series will be performed by faculty and students from the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music throughout the year.
  • Mar.
    5
    Pope John XXIII Lecture
    Brett M. Kavanaugh of the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit will speak in this lecture sponsored by the Columbus School of Law.
  • Mar.
    9
    Spring Break
    No classes will be held between Monday, March 9, and Sunday, March 15.
  • Mar.
    13
    Out of the Shadows: Mary in the New Testament and Beyond
    Ian Boxall, associate professor of New Testament, will speak as part of the Honoring Mary series.
  • Mar.
    19
    Rigoletto
    The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents Verdi's opera Rigoletto. Performances will be staged March 19 to 22.
  • Mar.
    19
    12th Annual James H Provost Memorial Lecture
    Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the Military Services, USA will speak in this lecture sponsored by the School of Canon Law.
  • Mar.
    20
    Graduate Student Conference on Mary
    The School of Arts and Sciences, School of Theology and Religious Studies, and University Honors Program present an interdisciplinary graduate conference to explore the influence of Mary and her image through time.
  • Mar.
    20
    The Public and the Private
    The School of Philosophy presents this graduate student conference on March 20 and 21.
  • Mar.
    20
    Spring Career Fair
    The Office of Career Services presents opportunities for students and alumni to network with employers.
  • Mar.
    22
    Sights and Sounds Exhibit
    The Benjamin T. Rome of Music presents an exhibit on the school's 50-year history. The exhibit runs through May 18.
  • Mar.
    26
    Washington International Piano Series Special Guest
    Jocelyn A. K. Swigger, piano professor and coordinator of keyboard studies at Sunderman Conservatory at Gettysburg College, will perform.
  • Apr.
    2
    Holy Thursday
    The University will be closed. Easter recess begins.
  • Apr.
    3
    Good Friday
    The University will be closed.
  • Apr.
    6
    Easter Monday
    The University will be closed.
  • Apr.
    12
    CUA Symphony Orchestra and Choruses Concert
    The CUA Symphony Orchestra and Choruses of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music will perform at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are required.
  • Apr.
    14
    32 Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
    This series will be performed by faculty and students from the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music throughout the year.
  • Apr.
    23
    The Revolutionists
    The Department of Drama presents this production from Lauren Gunderson. Performances will be staged April 23 to 26.
  • Apr.
    23
    Washington International Piano Series Special Guest
    Brian Billion, first-prize winner of the First Catholic University of America International Piano Competition, will perform.
  • May.
    2
    Last Day of Classes
    Courses for the 2015 spring semester will end.
  • May.
    5
    Final Exams
    Final exams will be held Tuesday, May 5, through Saturday, May 9.
  • May.
    15
    Baccalaureate Mass
    The Baccalaureate Mass for graduates and their families will be held in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
  • May.
    16
    Commencement
    The 125th Annual Commencement Ceremony will be held on the steps of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.

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