- Oct.13Open Access Week Keynote Address:
Steven Lerman and Geneva Henry of George Washington University will speak about how Open Access benefits faculty and research.
- Oct.14Quasten Award
The School of Theology and Religious Studies will present this year’s Johannes Quasten Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Leadership in Religious Studies will be Joseph P. Chinnici, O.F.M.
- Oct.16Facts and Values, Markets and Morals: Friedrich Hayek, Political Philosophy, and Catholic Social Thought
James R. Stoner of Louisiana State University will speak as part of the Fall Philosophy Lecture series on philosophy and economics.
- Oct.16Voices of Brookland Walking Tour
Get to know the neighborhood by joining Campus Ministry on a walking tour of Brookland, led by CUA alum John Feeley.
- Oct.20Open Access Week Presentation
Terry Owen of the Digital Repository at the University of Maryland will discuss he impacts of institutional repositories and how they affect faculty and student contributors.
- Oct.22Most Happy Fella
The Musical Theatre Division of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents Frank Loesser’s musical, which premiered on Broadway in 1956. Productions will be staged Thursday, Oct. 22, through Sunday, Oct. 25.
- Oct.22Friends of Rare Books Used Book Sale
Rare Books invites all to a four-day sale of donated used books, including literature, religion, cookbooks, biographies, scholarly books and popular reading, John Henry Newman, modern first editions, and more.
- Oct.23Cardinal Weekend
Classes years ending in a 0 or 5 will be celebrating reunions. Events will be held throughout the weekend.
- Oct.23Does Nature Provide for Man? Aristotle's Practical Science of Economics
Abram Shulsky of The Hudson Institute will speak as part of the Fall Philosophy Lecture series on philosophy and economics.
- Oct.26Laudato Si’ and the Protection of “Our Common Home”
This daylong conference, sponsored by CUA and the Committee on Doctrine of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, will focus on Pope Francis's encyclical Laudato Si’.
- Oct.28Open Access Week Panel Discussion
This panel discussion will focus on scholarly publishing and the Open Access ecosystem.
- Oct.29Ninth Annual Frederick R. McManus Memorial Lecture
Rev. Ronald Roberson, C.S.P., associate director of the Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, will speak on "The Catholic-Oriental Orthodox Dialogue: Achievements and Hopes."
- Nov.2Registration for Classes
Registration for spring semester courses begins.
- Nov.6A New Path for Justice: Criminal Justice Reform in the Year of Mercy
This full-day conference is hosted by the Institute for Policy Research & Catholic Studies.
- Nov.6Self-falsification, Exchange, and Freedom: Adam Smith and Jean-Jacques Rousseau in Dialogue
Charles Griswold of Boston University will speak as part of the Fall Philosophy Lecture series on philosophy and economics.
- Nov.7Sacred and Liturgical Music of the Baroque from the Bolivian Rain Forests
The combined University choruses and members of the CUA Symphony Orchestra present the U.S. premiere of choral works discovered by priest, scholar, editor, professor, conductor, and alumnus Rev. Piotr Nawrot.
- Nov.8Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
Sonatas 27-29 will be performed at Jordan Kitt Music in Fairfax, Va., as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
- Nov.10Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
Sonatas 27–29 will be performed in Ward Recital Hall as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
- Nov.15Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
Sonatas 30-32 will be performed at Jordan Kitt Music in Rockville, Md., as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
- Nov.19Big Love
The Department of Drama will stage this production Thursday, Nov. 19, through Sunday, Nov. 22.
- Nov.20Natural Law, Adam Smith, and Economics
Samuel Gregg of The Acton Institute will speak as part of the Fall Philosophy Lecture series on philosophy and economics.
- Nov.22Music of Aaron Copland
The CUA Symphony Orchestra presents a concert of the music of Aaron Copland, who received an honorary degree from CUA in 1979.
- Nov.23Beethoven Piano Sonata Series
Sonatas 30-32 will be performed in Ward Recital Hall as part of the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music's 50th anniversary celebration.
- Nov.25Thanksgiving Break
The University will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 25, through Sunday, Nov. 29, for Thanksgiving.
- Dec.4Individuation and Economic Theory
Miguel Alfonso Martínez-Echevarria of the Universidad de Navarra will speak as part of the Fall Philosophy Lecture series on philosophy and economics.
- Dec.8Patronal Feast of the Immaculate Conception
This day will be used as a reading day. No classes will be held and offices will be closed.
- Dec.14Final Day of Classes
Classes for the fall semester will end.
- Dec.15Final Exams
Final exams will be held Tuesday, Dec. 15, through Saturday, Dec. 19.
- Dec.23Christmas Holiday
The University will be closed for the holidays from Wednesday, Dec. 23, through Sunday, Jan. 3.
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