The Catholic University of America

 

Dr. Green explaining to students the significance of this Civil War outpost on the outskirts of the CUA campus.

Dr. Green shows students the site of the old CUA Observatory.

Dr. Daughtery teaching students about the history of the National Building Museum.

 

A tour guide discusses neo-classical architecture at the National Building Museum with Dr. Daughtery and students.

 

Tom Joseph from the National Building Museum telling the story behind the museum's empty alcoves.

Dr. Daughtery explains to students how this lion outside the National Building Museum is an example of an attempt to infuse neo-classical style into what is essentially a modern style.

A student talks with a Vietnam War veteran following a presentation by him and two other veterans on their experiences during the war.

Vietnam veteran Roland Kauffman talks about trauma and healing in the veterans' life.

A student shakes hands with Vietnan War veteran Rick Weidman.

A veteran emphasizes the fact that the Vietnam War is the first real racially-integrated war in American history.

Some of the guest speakers, instructors and the teaching assistant after a talk about the memorials and

Vietnam War memory in Washington D.C.

CUA students wait for the Metro train on their way toward the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.

A CUA student talks with Dr. Michael Neufeld, a curator at the Air and Space Museum.

Dr. Neufeld gives a presentaton to CUA students on the history of the Air and Space Museum.

 

 

John Dillon of the United States Park Police gives a presentation to Catholic students at the Department of the Interior.

 

Mr. Dillon discusses how the Park Police reacts to political protests in the Washington, D.C. area, such as the recent Occupy movement.

 

Mr. Dillon talks with Dr. Mazzenga and a Catholic student following Mr. Dillon's presentation.

 

Mr. Dillon talks with Catholic students about the Park Police.

A tour guide at The Society of the Cincinnati explains to students and Dr. Mazzenga the significance of large paintings adorning the walls.

 

The tour guide at The Society of the Cincinnato describes to students that the society was founded by Continental Army and French officers at the end of the American Revolution.

 

 Students look for the cherry blossom in downtown DC. 

2014 CUA alumni Drake Starling from World Bank, and Zach Dupont from Office of Rep. Richard Neal, exchange opinions about working in DC with Dr. Green.

Christine Glunz, a CUA alumna who worked for the White House's Council on Environmental Quality, talks with Dr. Daughtery following Ms. Glunz's talk with students.

 

A CUA student talks with Ms. Glunz following her talk in Hannan Hall 108.

 

Ms. Glunz discusses her past experience working for the White House with Dr. Green.

 

Washington Post reporter Tim Craig (middle) and ABC 7 talk show host Bruce DePuyt answer questions from Dr. Green about what it is like to report on local news in the Washington, D.C. area.

 

Mr. DePuyt (far right) discusses his experiences interviewing local newsmakers in the Washington, D.C. political arena.

 

Dr. Linda Donaldson of the National Catholic School of Social Service discusses with students homelessness in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Enrique Pumar teaches about the history of Hispanics in the Washington, D.C. region.

CUA alum James Dinegar, Greater Washington Board of Trade president and CEO, discusses opportunities for economic growth in the Greater Washington area.

Mr. Dinegar discusses the state of the economy in the Greater Washington region with students.

 

Dr. Hazel Edwards shares her insights into the economic and cultural catalysts of the CUA and Washington, D.C. region.

 

Cathy Wood, treasurer and vice president for finance at CUA, discusses plans for economic development around the CUA campus and in the Brookland neighborhood.

  

Dr. Daughtery and her students wait for the bus on their way back from Howard University.

Dr. Daughtery's class takes a tour of the Basilica.

Dr. Daughtery shows her class the location of a Civil War outpost near CUA.

Dr, Daughtery discusses statues on campus honoring important figures in the history of the Catholic Church. (photo taken 1/17/14).

Dr. Mazzenga and her class look up at the classical architecture in the National Building Museum.

 

 

Bill Gray, a Vietnam War veteran, discusses the geography of Vietnam with a CUA student.

Architect and CUA alum Thomas Striegel describes the process for planning and building monuments in the Washington, D.C. area.

Dr. Daughtery poses with two members of the U.S. Park Police.

Dr. Green, associate professor of politics at CUA, discusses the social hierarchy of the Washington, D.C. political community.

Dr. Green discusses the different levels of power in the Washington, D.C. political community.

Dr. Daughtery shows her class the tidal basin and reviews the significance of the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C.

Jim Dinegar, a CUA alum and president of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, speaks to students about the opportunities for socioeconomic growth in the Washington, D.C. area. 

 

Dr. Linda Donaldson of CUA's National Catholic School of Social Service discusses homelessness in Washington, D.C. with one of her assistants.

Dr. Hazel Edwards of CUA's School of Architecture and Planning discusses urban design projects with a WASH101 student.

A CUA student observes the African American Civil War Museum located in the U Street area of Washington, D.C.