Marketing and communications staff can help identify potential sources within the University community and arrange media interviews with Catholic University faculty, staff, and students.
Catholic University offers unmatched expertise on Catholic Church history, doctrine, and teaching. Educators and researchers also can speak on topical issues from urban planning to the presidency to energy issues.
News is posted daily on the University’s website. News releases and media advisories are archived. Keep up with University news by following @CatholicU_News on Twitter.
The Catholic Standard used a photo of Catholic University students at the March for Life with a column by Archbishop Donald Wuerl on “Core Principles on Campus.
Ian Pegg, director, Vitreous State Laboratory, was quoted in a Nature article on storing nuclear waste in glass.
Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, research associate professor, was quoted in a Catholic News Service story on trauma.
DC Metro Theater Arts reviewed a performance by the Chamber Orchestra at the Former Spanish Ambassador’s Residence this month.
Reinhard Huetter, professor, theology, was quoted in a The Catholic Thing story on Martin Luther.
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Please note: Catholic University is on private property. Reporters, news crews, and photographers must obtain permission from the Office of Marketing and Communications before entering campus. (View a map of campus property.)
Press parking: Metered parking is available near the main University entrance off Michigan Avenue, N.E., and along John McCormack Road, N.E. Free three-hour public parking is available along Harewood Road, N.E. Contact the Office of Marketing and Communications for access to University parking.