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  • Incoming MSB Student Internship Opportunities: Week of May 20

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  • Class of 2024 Graduation Recap

    Class of 2024 Graduation Recap

    Congratulations to the graduated class of 2024!

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  • Robert Felix, Busch School Professor, published in the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy

    Robert Felix, Busch School Professor, published in the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy

    Robert Felix, Busch School Professor and Head of our Accounting Program, research was recently published in the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy

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  • Incoming MSB Student Internship Opportunities: Week of May 13

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  • MSB Student Job Opportunities: Week of May 6

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  • Busch School of Business Hosts Vibrant Spring Networking Night

    Busch School of Business Hosts Vibrant Spring Networking Night

    Students, faculty, alumni, and business professionals gathered together for an evening of community-building and celebration.

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  • Incoming MSB Student Internship Opportunities: Week of April 30

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  • Rodrigo Lopez, Catholic ‘24, on His Real Estate Company

    Rodrigo Lopez, Catholic ‘24, on His Real Estate Company

    Rodrigo Lopez is a Business Administration major from Venezuela, Caracas. He shares insights on his real estate business he started in 2021.

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  • Rodrigo Lopez, Catholic ‘24, Shares His Wellness Center Venture

    Rodrigo Lopez, Catholic ‘24, Shares His Wellness Center Venture

    Rodrigo Lopez is a Business Administration major from Venezuela, Caracas. He shares his successful wellness center business, Qta Mama.  

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  • Discover Caten Knopf's Inspiring Journey in International Business and Human Rights

    Discover Caten Knopf's Inspiring Journey in International Business and Human Rights

    Caten Knopf graduated in 2023 with a degree in International Business. She dove into the world of international development as a Human Rights Intern at Istituto Internazionale Maria Ausiliatrice. From podcasting on social enterprises to representing at the World Bank Spring Meeting, her journey is inspirational.

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  • Busch School Professors Present at University Research Day

    Busch School Professors Present at University Research Day

    Dr. Anthony Cannizzarro in collaboration with Tracy Phillips and Dr. Maximilian Torres presented on the “Societal Impact Through Catholic Social Thought” at Catholic University’s Research Day.

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  • Devon Anastasio, CatholicU '24, accepts a Lead Development Representative role at Qlik

    Devon Anastasio, CatholicU '24, accepts a Lead Development Representative role at Qlik

    Devon Anastasio is a Marketing and Sales student from Camp Hill, PA. She accepted a Lead Development Representative role at Qlik.

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  • Insights from Commissioner Andrea Lucas of Navigating Diversity and Equity in Corporate America

    Insights from Commissioner Andrea Lucas of Navigating Diversity and Equity in Corporate America

    Recently, we hosted our last HR Speaker Series event featuring Commissioner Andrea Lucas from the EEOC! We explored crucial topics like legal obligations in DEI programs and the moral case for civil rights policies. Commissioner Lucas's expertise in labor law and her role at the EEOC provided invaluable insights.

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  • MSB Student Job Opportunities: Week of April 22

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  • Incoming MSB Student Internship Opportunities: Week of April 22

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  • MSB Students Receive Unexpected Welcome from Chief Justice John Roberts During Supreme Court Visit

    MSB Students Receive Unexpected Welcome from Chief Justice John Roberts During Supreme Court Visit

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  • Dan Svogun Receives Provost's Award for Young Faculty Scholars

    Dan Svogun Receives Provost's Award for Young Faculty Scholars

    Dan Svogun, Assistant Professor of Finance, was awarded the Provost's Award for Young Faculty Scholars.

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  • Caten Knopf Shares Her UN Experience and Internship Insights

    Caten Knopf Shares Her UN Experience and Internship Insights

    Recently, Caten Knopf spoke at the UN during the 55th session of the Human Rights Council. From drafting UN submissions to advocating for children's digital privacy, Caten's experience embodies impactful advocacy. She shares insights on her internship and UN speech.

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  • Jackie Markisz Shares Her Journey From Campus to Career Success

    Jackie Markisz Shares Her Journey From Campus to Career Success

    Jackie Markisz graduated in 2021 with a degree in Finance and Marketing. She currently works as an Oncology Commercial Leadership Associate at AstraZeneca. From studying abroad in Rome to interning at prestigious organizations like The Chamber of Commerce and RBC, Jackie's journey at the Busch School prepared her for success at AstraZeneca.

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  • Unveiling Insights on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with Roger Severino

    Unveiling Insights on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with Roger Severino

    Roger Severino, from The Heritage Foundation, was our recent speaker for our HR Speaker Series. He shared his compelling thoughts on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) post the Harvard and UNC decisions. Roger explored practical applications and answered thought-provoking questions like integrating DEI training into workplaces and the intersection of DEI with Catholic Social Teaching.

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  • Incoming MSB Student Internship Opportunities: Week of April 15

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  • Caroline Darnell’s Journey to Project Management Success

    Caroline Darnell’s Journey to Project Management Success

    Caroline Darnell, a 2023 Management graduate shares she chose the Busch School for its focus on faith and business. She thrived in networking events, community service, and leadership roles at CUA. Now a Project Management Associate at Freddie Mac, Caroline enjoys strategizing program structures and mentoring analysts.

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  • Jack Kouba Exploring His Passions as a Technical Recruiter at Dexian

    Jack Kouba Exploring His Passions as a Technical Recruiter at Dexian

    Jack Kouba graduated in 2023 with a degree in Management. He chose the Busch School for its diverse business opportunities and ethical focus. Jack's favorite Busch School memory is the intense business capstone class where he honed his skills in a competitive bike sale simulation. Jack shares his career journey as a Technical Recruiter at Dexian.

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  • What to Wear: Networking Edition

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  • 5 Benefits of Donating Your Unused Clothes

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  • Quality not Quantity Build Your Sustainable Capsule Wardrobe!

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  • Slow Down with the Shopping

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  • Clothes are Destroying the Environment

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  • Four Reasons to Stop Shopping Fast Fashion

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  • The Positive Impact of Shopping Sustainably: Cardinal Closet

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  • Sean Ford, Catholic U Senior '24, accepts role at Fidelity Investments

    Sean Ford, Catholic U Senior '24, accepts role at Fidelity Investments

    Sean Ford, Catholic U '24, is a Finance and Accounting student from Yonkers, New York. He accepted a Financial Representative position at Fidelity Investments.

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  • MSB Student Job Opportunities: Week of April 8

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  • Sales Program Competes in National Collegiate Sales Competition

    Sales Program Competes in National Collegiate Sales Competition

    The Sales Program competed in the National Collegiate Sales Competition hosted by Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia. 

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  • Incoming MSB Student Internship Opportunities: Week of April 8

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  • Business Wardrobe on a Budget

    Business Wardrobe on a Budget

    How CUA students can shop for free on campus and build their business wardrobes.

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  • Jack Yoest on the "69 Educators List"

    Jack Yoest on the "69 Educators List"

    Jack Yoest, Assistant Professor of Strategy, Management, and Operations at the Busch School, listed in “69 Educators Who Remind Me of Peter Drucker’s 1969 Learning and Teaching Quote” article by Bruce Rosenstein.

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  • Cat DeMassi Shares Her Insights on Becoming a Meetings Coordinator

    Cat DeMassi Shares Her Insights on Becoming a Meetings Coordinator

    Cat DeMassi graduated in 2023 with a Human Resources and Operations Management degree. She currently works as a Meetings Coordinator at Meeting Management Services (MMS). Her time at the Busch School was marked by memorable achievements, including leading her frisbee team to victory and leading the impactful Business Women's Council Conference. Today, Cat finds joy in both the opportunity to travel extensively and the close environment of her workplace.

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  • Dominic Decker's Sales Journey From Campus to Bloomberg Industry Group

    Dominic Decker's Sales Journey From Campus to Bloomberg Industry Group

    Dominic Decker graduated in 2023 with a degree in Sales and HR Management and works currently as a B-Launch Sales Associate. He shares his insights on choosing the Busch School and thriving in the world of sales at Bloomberg Industry Group.

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  • Incoming MSB Student Internship Opportunities: Week of March 25

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  • Sophy Blenkhorn Embracing Change to Become Successful

    Sophy Blenkhorn Embracing Change to Become Successful

    Sophy Blenkhorn, a 2023 Sales graduate is thriving as an Associate Sales Development Representative at Deltek. She shares how determination and growth propelled her from forging lifelong connections at networking events to fearlessly embracing change. 

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  • Lent Lecture Series: Understanding Almsgiving

    Lent Lecture Series: Understanding Almsgiving

    Last week, we had our last Lent Lecture with Caroline Prickel. She dived into the topic of almsgiving and how it is more than charity. It is about fostering inner reflection, understanding our relationship with money, and embracing the power of giving.

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  • David Bahnsen: Work as a Blessing

    David Bahnsen: Work as a Blessing

    We had the privilege of hosting David Bahnsen, Founder of The Bahnsen Group, as a part of the Busch School's CEO Fireside Chat series. He spoke to students about the meaning of work and its correlation to scripture. 

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  • Lent Lecture Series: The Power of Fasting

    Lent Lecture Series: The Power of Fasting

    Dean Cannizzaro's recent Lent Lecture served as a reminder of the significance of the practice of fasting. Delving into three key areas of why we fast, how we act with fasting, and personal reflection– he highlights the power of fasting in different ways.

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  • Incoming MSB Student Internship Opportunities: Week of March 18

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  • MSB Student Internship Opportunities: Week of March 18

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  • CUA on Wall Street 2024

    CUA on Wall Street 2024

    The Busch School Office of Career Development recently organized a trip to Wall Street for 27 select Finance students where they visited BNP Paribas and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. banks! The students strolled down Wall Street, met the bull, saw the sights, and finished their day with an alumni networking reception.

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  • Jase Trennert Shares Insights on the Power of Honesty and Humility

    Jase Trennert Shares Insights on the Power of Honesty and Humility

    We had the privilege of hosting Jase Trennert, Chairman and CEO of Strategas, and a renowned figure on Wall Street. He spoke to students on the virtues of Honesty and Humility, highlighting the importance of a good culture in business. 

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  • The Power of Practical Wisdom in Catholic Social Teaching

    The Power of Practical Wisdom in Catholic Social Teaching

    The Institute for Human Ecology hosted an enlightening panel discussion featuring Dr. Andrew Yuengert's latest book, Catholic Social Teaching in Practice: Exploring Practical Wisdom and the Virtues Tradition. Joined by Andrew Abela, Joseph Capizzi, and Father Gregory Pine, O.P., the discussion illuminated key insights from Dr. Yuengert's work. In his book, Dr. Yuengert explores how practical wisdom reshapes our understanding of society, the role of the laity, and navigating political discourse within Catholic Social Teaching. 

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  • Incoming MSB Student Internship Opportunities: Week of March 11

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  • Tim Busch: Insights from Hallow's Super Bowl Ad

    Tim Busch: Insights from Hallow's Super Bowl Ad

    Tim Busch was recently highlighted in the National Catholic Register sharing the impact of Hallow's Super Bowl Ad.

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  • MSB Student Internship Opportunities: Week of March 11

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  • Lent Lecture Series: Unlocking the Depths of Prayer

    Lent Lecture Series: Unlocking the Depths of Prayer

    Professor Pak sparked deep conversations about prayer during the Lent season. Discover more about how prayer is a personal and communicable practice that fosters spiritual growth and reflection.

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  • Ellie Brutsche Continuing the ‘Force for Good’ as a Client Service Partner

    Ellie Brutsche Continuing the ‘Force for Good’ as a Client Service Partner

    Ellie Brutsche graduated in 2022 with a Marketing and Finance degree. She is currently a Client Service Partner at Bloomberg Industry Group. Choosing CUA was easy for her as its commitment to being a 'Force for Good' resonated deeply with her. Now, she thrives on building client relationships daily.

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  • Supporting Workplace Culture and Talent: Insights from Stephanie Holmes

    Supporting Workplace Culture and Talent: Insights from Stephanie Holmes

    Stephanie Holmes shares insights for our first Human Resource Speaker Series Event. From fostering inclusivity to empowering aspiring HR professionals, she unpacks strategies that drive organizational growth and nurture thriving workplaces.

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  • MSB Student Job Opportunities: Week of March 4

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  • Painting by Jimmy Lai, Honored at The Busch School

    Painting by Jimmy Lai, Honored at The Busch School

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  • Jack Shields' Journey from Campus to Cutting-Edge Markets at Crowe LLP

    Jack Shields' Journey from Campus to Cutting-Edge Markets at Crowe LLP

    Jack Shields graduated with a degree in Accounting in 2022 and now excels as a Staff Auditor in Financial Services at Crowe LLP. He shares that his experiences at the Busch School went beyond education; it provided real-world experiences and a dynamic work environment. Jack has embraced the world of accounting by navigating cutting-edge markets while dissecting changes impacting the American economy daily.

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  • Colleen O'Reilly Exploring Finance in the World of Production

    Colleen O'Reilly Exploring Finance in the World of Production

    Colleen O'Reilly '20 is a Finance Coordinator and Staff Accountant at Urban Studio/CVLT Production. Colleen reflects on her standout moments at the Busch School, from collaborative courses to enriching study abroad experiences, and now delves into the dynamic world of production. 

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  • Abby Monaco Entering the World of Accounting

    Abby Monaco Entering the World of Accounting

    Abby Monaco '23 graduated with a degree in Accounting and is currently a Risk Consulting Associate at RSM US LLP. She shares her experiences as a student-athlete and her journey from campus life to the corporate world.

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  • Sales Program Hosts Annual Spring Sales Social

    Sales Program Hosts Annual Spring Sales Social

    The Catholic University Sales Program held its Annual Spring Sales Social at Bronson Bierhall in Ballston, VA. 

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  • MSB Student Job Opportunities: Week of February 26

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  • MSB Student Internship Opportunities: Week of February 18

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  • Professor Cabrini Pak Accepted to ITLC Conference for Research on Classroom Engagement Strategies

    Professor Cabrini Pak Accepted to ITLC Conference for Research on Classroom Engagement Strategies

    Professor Cabrini Pak and colleagues have been accepted for the International Teaching Learning Cooperative (ITLC) conference in Asheville, NC.This year's conference theme is "Innovative Strategies to Advance Student Learning".

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  • Busch School Professor, Andreas Widmer, Honored as Knight of Saint Sylvester

    Busch School Professor, Andreas Widmer,Honored as Knight of Saint Sylvester

    Professor Andreas Widmer was named Knight of Saint Sylvester on January 22. This recognition, bestowed by the Pope, acknowledges Widmer's continuous dedication, including his past service in the Swiss Guard under Pope St. John Paul II, highlighting his exemplary contributions to the Church.

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  • Lent Lecture Series: An Introduction to Sacrifice and Resurrection

    Lent Lecture Series: An Introduction to Sacrifice and Resurrection

    Professor Radich delved into the heart of this Lent season, highlighting reflections on sacrifice, love, and resurrection. Explore the depths of Lent as we uncover its significance beyond mere abstinence.

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  • New Club Blends Both Business and Philosophy

    New Club Blends Both Business and Philosophy

    Michael Kish, CatholicU '26, is a Markets and Political Economy and Philosophy student from Bethesda, MD. He was invited by Dean Andrew Abela to create the Business and Philosophy Club. He now serves as the President of the club and he shares insights about his leadership position.  

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  • Accounting Society Builds Genuine Connections

    Accounting Society Builds Genuine Connections

    Alejandra Gamez, CatholicU '24, is an Accounting student from Bowie, MD. She is the current Events Director for the Accounting Society and was President of The Student Organization of Latinos (SOL) for two years. She shares why she wanted to take leadership roles in these clubs.  

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  • Finance Club Connects Students with DMV Professionals

    Finance Club Connects Students with DMV Professionals

    Jack Rosenberg, CatholicU '24, is a Finance and Data Analytics student from New Jersey. Jack is the president of the Finance Club, and he shares why he decided to take a leadership role in the club. 

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  • Influential City, Influential Resources

    Influential City, Influential Resources

    Lauren White '24 is an Accounting student pursuing her certificagte in Intelligence Studies from Howard County, MD. She shares why she chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice she has for prospective students.

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  • DSAC Directly Impacts Student Experience

    DSAC Directly Impacts Student Experience

    Cormac Terry, CatholicU '24, is a Finance and Sales student from Charlotte, NC. He is on the Dean's Student Advisory Council's Executive Board serving as Vice President. He shares his leadership experience within the Council. 

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  • DSAC Offers a Safe Place to Share Ideas

    DSAC Offers a Safe Place to Share Ideas

    Caroline Bentz, CatholicU '26, is a Markets and Political Economy and International Business student from St. Michaels, MD. She is on the Dean's Student Advisory Council's Executive Board serving as the secretary. Read more to learn about her leadership. 

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  • The Marketing Group Fosters Passion and Discernment

    The Marketing Group Fosters Passion and Discernment

    Kat Deighan, CatholicU '25, is a Marketing and Digital Art and Design student from Arlington, VA. She is the Events Coordinator of the Marketing Group. Below, she shares her leadership experience in the Busch School and at Catholic University.

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  • Natalie Zentz, the First Ever Busch School HR Intern

    Natalie Zentz, the First Ever Busch School HR Intern

    Natalie Zentz, Catholic U '25, is a Operations Management and Human Resources student from Pittsburgh, PA. She accepted an internship as a Human Resources Intern at the Busch School of Business. 

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  • A vibrant sense of campus community

    A vibrant sense of campus community

    Isabelle Seratch is a sophomore Finance and Accounting student from Hazleton, PA. She shares why she chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice she has for prospective students.

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  • The Advantages of a DC Campus

    The Advantages of a DC Campus

    James McAuley '26 is a Sales and Marketing student from Duxbury, MA. He shares why he chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice he has for prospective students.

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  • Big City, Small Campus Feeling

    Big City, Small Campus Feeling

    Owen Moynihan '25 is a Marketing and Sales student from North Kingstown, RI. He shares why he chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice he has for prospective students.

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  • Catholic Teaching Infused in the Classroom Experience

    Catholic Teaching Infused in the Classroom Experience

    Natalie Zentz '25 is an Operations Management and Human Resources student from Pittsburgh, PA. She shares why she chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice she has for prospective students.

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  • The Accounting Program Advantages at the Busch School of Business

    The Accounting Program Advantages at the Busch School of Business

    Kendrick DuPree '25 is an Accounting student from Gaithersburg, MD. He shares why he chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice he has for prospective students.

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  • Small Classes Means Meaningful Relationships at the Busch School of Business

    Small Classes Means Meaningful Relationships at the Busch School of Business

    Mason Theriault '24 is an Operations Management and Marketing student from Scituate, MA . He shares why he chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice he has for prospective students.

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  • Connections to the "Big 4" Accounting Firms at the Busch School

    Connections to the "Big 4" Accounting Firms at the Busch School

    Gavin Grant '27 is an Accounting student from Margate City, NJ. He shares why he chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice he has for prospective students.

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  • Achieve Excellence at the Busch School of Business

    Achieve Excellence at the Busch School of Business

    Mollie Murray '27 is an Accounting student from Long Island, NY. She shares why she chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice she has for prospective students.

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  • Peter Forlenza, Global Head of Equities at Jefferies

    Peter Forlenza, Global Head of Equitiesat Jefferies

    The Busch School had the privilege of hosting Pete Florenza, Global Head of Equities at Jefferies and a distinguished member of The Board of Visitors. He inspired students with fascinating stories from his career and gave unique advice about decision-making and success. 

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  • Marc Lore Fireside Chat

    Marc Lore Fireside Chat

    The Ciocca Center and Venture Lab hosted Marc Lore, a self-described Serial Entrepreneur, Moonshot Seeker, and Mission-Driven Dad. He shared his success stories and the realities that come with being an entrepreneur to all who attended. 

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  • Faith and Reason at the Busch School

    Faith and Reason at the Busch School

    Xander Johnson '27 is a Philosophy and Finance student from St. Louis, MO. He shares why he chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice he has for prospective students.

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  • Academics and Athletics: Get Both at the Busch School

    Academics and Athletics: Get Both at the Busch School

    Ashley Martin '24 is a Sales and Marketing student from Medford, NJ. She shares why she chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice she has for prospective students.

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  • Holy Work Through Virtuous Business Practice

    Holy Work Through Virtuous Business Practice

    Katherine-Elizabeth Ma is a sophomore Finance and Operations Management student from Charlotte, NC. She shares why she chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice she has for prospective students.

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  • The Business Women's Council Kickoff Event

    The Business Women's Council Kickoff Event

    The Business Women's Council started the semester with their "Cookies and Conversation" event. Dr. Charmaine Yoest shared profound insights into her political career, offering invaluable life lessons tailored for aspiring women professionals.

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  • The Business Women’s Council is Growing

    The Business Women’s Council is Growing

    Natalie Zentz, CatholicU '25, is an Operations Management and Human Resources student from Pittsburgh, PA. She is the President of the Business Women's Council. Below, she shares her leadership experience in the Busch School and at Catholic University.

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  • Internships at the Busch School of Business

    Internships at the Busch School of Business

    Erin Gardner is a junior Markets and Political Economy student from Fredericksburg, VA. She shares why she chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice she has for prospective students.

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  • Career Development and Fun: the Advantages of DC

    Career Development and Fun: the Advantages of DC

    Josh Phillips is a first-year Business Management and Politics double major student from Glenmoore, PA. He shares why he chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice he has for prospective students.

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  • Faculty Support at the Busch School of Business

    Faculty Support at the Busch School of Business

    Julia Englert '24 is an International Business and Sales student from Shawnee, KS. She shares why she chose to attend Catholic University and the Busch School, and what advice she has for prospective students.

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  • Sales Program Hosts Underclassmen and Upperclassmen Sales Pitch Competitions

    Sales Program Hosts Underclassmen and Upperclassmen Sales Pitch Competitions

    The Sales Program hosted a university-wide Sales Pitch Competition for underclassmen and upperclassmen, with over 175 entries across both competitions.

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  • DSAC Leadership Drives Continuous Improvements and Gives Back

    DSAC Leadership Drives Continuous Improvements and Gives Back

    Mary Kate O'Reilly, CatholicU '24, is an Accounting student from Nazareth, PA. She is the President of the Dean's Student Advisory Council. Below, she shares her leadership experience in the Busch School and at Catholic University.

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  • Fresh to the Business World: The Freshmen Fashion Struggle in Finding Business Attire

    Fresh to the Business World: The Freshmen Fashion Struggle in Finding Business Attire

    Why do freshmen often struggle to find business professional clothing in their closets? 

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  • Courtney Cutting, CatholicU '24, accepts internship at BDO

    Courtney Cutting, CatholicU '24, accepts internship at BDO

    Courtney Cutting, CatholicU '24, is an Accounting student from Scituate, MA. She has accepted an internship as an Audit Intern at BDO. 

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  • Brian Schurr, CatholicU '24, accepts internship at Ernst & Young

    Brian Schurr, CatholicU '24, accepts internship at Ernst & Young

    Brian Schurr, CatholicU '24, is an Accounting student from  Mount Laurel, NJ. He has accepted an internship as a Risk Management Analyst at Ernst & Young. 

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  • The CEDE Program featured for its commitment to Catholic education

    The CEDE Program featured for its commitment to Catholic education

    St. Mary's HS, one of our CEDE schools, made headlines with its commitment to Catholic education, featuring the CEDE Program. 

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