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  • International Business Students at the IMF

    IB to IMF

    On a snowy day in November, Busch School International Business students visited The International Monetary Fund (IMF), organized by the newly formed International Business club,

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  • Integrating Catholic Social Teaching with Economics and Natural Science

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  • The Catholic University Of America Welcomes Author Aurora Griffin

    The Catholic University Of America Welcomes Author Aurora Griffin

    Magna Cum Laude Harvard graduate and Rhodes Scholar, Aurora Griffin will offer her vast knowledge and leadership skills to the Social Research Area within the Busch School of Business.

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  • Röpke-Wojtyła Fellowship Welcomes Second Cohort of Students

    Röpke-Wojtyła Fellowship Welcomes Second Cohort of Students

    Fifteen college seniors from across the country gathered at Catholic University last month to explore Faith, Reason, and the Human Person.

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  • Former Goldman Sachs Managing Director Joins Faculty As New Head Of Finance At The Busch School Of Business

    Former Goldman Sachs Managing Director Joins Faculty As New Head Of Finance At The Busch School Of Business

    The Catholic University of America is honored to announce the addition of John Arege to the faculty and staff of the Busch School of Business.

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  • What makes the Busch School of Business different?

    What makes the Busch School of Business different?

    In an address to alumni at the Busch School Alumni Reception during Cardinal Weekend, the first Dean of the Busch School and current Provost of Catholic University, Dr. Andrew Abela, spoke about seven reasons why the Busch School is different than all other business schools.

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  • Missing the Mark on Sex Education Curricula

    Missing the Mark on Sex Education Curricula

    In his latest article, Dr. Michael New responds to these claims about the effectiveness of the different type of sex education curricula. 

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  • A Football Player and Business Student's Reflection on Matt Birk

    A Football Player and Business Student's Reflection on Matt Birk

    Jake Marcelino, a business student and football player, gave a brief summary of what he thought of Matt Birk's lecture.

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  • Institute for Excellence in Sales Expands Relationship with Catholic University of America

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  • A roadtrip to remember: Busch School students venture to entrepreneurship conference

    A roadtrip to remember: Busch School students venture to entrepreneurship conference

    Earlier in September, ten Busch School students and two faculty members went on a road trip to Georgia for an entrepreneurship conference, the Inner City Capital Connections Atlanta.

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  • Busch School of Business supports creation of the Catholic Association for Latino Leaders DC Chapter

    Busch School of Business supports creation of the Catholic Association for Latino Leaders DC Chapter

    The Busch School of Business at The Catholic University of America is eager to support CALL in the common objective of serving the Hispanic community. 

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  • The Busch School of Business Opens A New Social Research Area Of Study

    The Catholic University of America’s Busch School of Business is pleased to announce the opening of a new interdisciplinary academic area, Social Research.

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  • Hill.TV Conducts a Useful Survey on Americans’ Abortion Views

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  • John Yoest

    How to Become a Better Writer

    "What is the most effective and efficient method to get good writing?" writes Professor Jack Yoest in his latest article on the Stream.

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  • Is there Life After Google?

    Is there Life After Google?

    In a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, George Gilder was interviewed by Tunku Varadarajan on a host of topics, including Gilder’s latest book, “Life After Google: The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy.”

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  • Confronting Chelsea Clinton's facts on the claim that legalizing abortion has been economically beneficial for women

    Confronting Chelsea Clinton's facts on the claim that legalizing abortion has been economically beneficial for women

    In his latest article, Dr. Michael New addresses comments made by Chelsea Clinton about the beneficial economic impact of the Roe v. Wade decision.

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  • Geoffrey Owens and the Dignity of Work

    The public’s amusement over an actor working at Trader Joe’s betrays a serious misunderstanding about the true value of labor and where it comes from.

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  • Carly Fiorina

    Work is Necessary for a Life of Dignity, Purpose and Meaning

    What people find is that work brings dignity and purpose to life. It provides structure, connection, and accountability.

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  • Pro Life Women

    Millennial Women Skeptical of Feminism and Abortion

    Michael J. New discusses Refinery29 new poll about millenial women's opinions of President Trump.

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  • Seth Godin

    Marketing Expert Seth Godin to Speak at The Busch School of Business

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  • The Chances of Judge Kavanaugh's Confirmation to the Supreme Court

    With the media aflurry over the upcoming confirmation hearings in the Senate, Professor Michael New discusses the probability of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, being confirmed to the the United States Supreme Court. 

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  • US Capitol

    The Washington D.C. Travel Guide

    As students start school this week, our new Director of Small Business Outreach Brian Becker shares the inside scoops on the overlooked sites to see in D.C.

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  • The Human Advantage: Book Signing with Dr. Jay Richards

    The Human Advantage: Book Signing with Dr. Jay Richards

    Join Dr. Jay Richards at the Catholic Information Center for a discussion of his new book, The Human Advantage: The Future of American Work in an Age of Smart Machines. 

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  • Sharon Hefferan

    womenwork

    How can women “have it all”?  Might we not reframe the question and ask, how can women live fulfilled and meaningful lives?

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  • John Yoest

    Leadership and Followership: Jack Yoest discusses his book The Memo

    Jack Yoest, clinical assistant professor, management, was interviewed about his book The Memo on Revenue Chat by Tony Durso. 

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  • Jay Richards

    Why "Follow Your Passion" is Bad Advice for Young Professionals

    Jay Richards, assistant research professor, business, appeared on EWTN News Nightly to talk about young people following their passions and pursuing happiness. 

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  • Love, Economics, and Cheap Sex

    Love, Economics, and Cheap Sex

    C.R. Pakaluk, head of the Social Research area, published an article in the Public Discourse on love, economics and cheap sex.

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  • A Catholic Take on Endorsing a College Major

    A Catholic Take on Endorsing a College Major

    We make a mistake when we try to steer others into business careers, if our rationale is focused strictly on practicality. Sure, a business degree is one of the few undergraduate majors that leads to a good job upon graduation.

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  • Engelland Duo Selected as Expanded Reason Award Finalists

    Engelland Duo Selected as Expanded Reason Award Finalists

    Professor Brian Engelland together with his son, Chad Engelland, have been selected as finalists for the Expanded Reason Awards, an international cross- disciplinary research competition sponsored by the Vatican Foundation Joseph Ratzinger Benedict XVI.

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  • Fifth Day of Summer Business Institute

    Fifth Day of Summer Business Institute

    Hear about the last day of the Summer Business Institute!

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  • Fourth Day of the Summer Business Institute

    Fourth Day of the Summer Business Institute

    Hear about the fourth day of the Summer Business Institute

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  • Cardinal Mail from the Third Day of the Summer Business Institute

    Cardinal Mail from the Third Day of the Summer Business Institute

    Read about what the participants of the Summer Business Institute did for the third day of their program!

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  • Cardinal Mail from Second Day of Summer Business Institute

    Cardinal Mail from Summer Business Institute

    Participants had an amazing day yesterday at the Summer Business Institute and are so excited to tell you all about the activities Tayler, Bill, and the counselors had in store for us.

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  • Summer Business Institute

    Cardinal Mail from the First Day of Summer Business Institute

    Keeping you up to date on all the great experiences that the participants are having this week in Washington, D.C. at the Summer Business Institute through this “Cardinal Mail” blog each day!

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  • Indifference to the Dignity of Work

    We have all done it. We have walked past a beggar on the street. We have purchased groceries from a cashier whose eyes we did not meet. These are times when we fail to appreciate the importance of understanding the dignity inherent in all forms of work.

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  • Fellowship Meeting

    Ciocca Center Hosts Third Meeting of Röpke-Wojyła Fellowship

    Five scholars and 15 Röpke-Wojyła Fellows gathered in Curley Hall on May 19th for the third of four meetings of the inaugural cohort of the Röpke-Wojyła Fellowship

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  • The Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2018

    The business world gained 200 new business men and women on May 12, as the Busch School of Business and Economics celebrated the Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2018.

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  • Teaching the Value of Trust: The New Sales Minor

    The Sales minor is about providing the education needed to prepare students for whatever type of sales they will be doing in whatever profession they chose to pursue.

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  • Sanctification of Work

    In order to understand work as a holy endeavor it is necessary to receive more deeply the truth that Jesus worked.

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  • Work as the Creator of Wealth and Well-Being

    There is a breach in our society. Today’s society is characterized by severe economic insecurity, particularly in our urban neighborhoods. Our inner cities are severely challenged; they contain 34% of America’s minority poverty. The key question is: what can we do about it?

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  • Luke Burgis

    Vocation of Business

    There are as many different ways to live out the “vocation of business” as there are people—each of us leaves a personal imprint on creation through our work.

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  • Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship Awards Distinguished Fellowships for 2018

    Distinguished Fellows of the Ciocca Center are persons recognized for their outstanding intellectual and practical contributions to principled entrepreneurship. 

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  • A Legacy of Faith and Reason: Honoring Michael Novak

    Friends, family, colleagues, and students filled Heritage Hall on February 21st for a day-long program honoring Michael Novak on the first anniversary of his death.

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  • “Learning Lab” Created at Local Culinary Business Incubator

    “Learning Lab” Created at Local Culinary Business Incubator

    Mess Hall, an established food and beverage incubator, has partnered with the Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship at The Catholic University of America to create a new “Learning Lab” at its production facility in the Edgewood neighborhood.

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  • Jay Richards

    Will Manual Labor Disappear?

    Machines are replacing more and more factory jobs. Five million such jobs have disappeared in US since 2000, mostly from automation. Many fear that this means the end of manual labor. Are they right?

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  • Max Torres

    St. Josemaría Escrivá and the essence of work

    St. Josemaría Escrivá wrote that work is the fulcrum upon which human activity takes on divine meaning. In his article, Torres discusses three aspects of work that operate in an organic way to mutually influence one another. 

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