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BenU Music Busy with End of the Year Performances

May 14, 2023

The BenU Music groups are busy this time of the year! Various groups performed for events hosted on campus and our students performed their end of the year solo performances. […]

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URSA Symposium Showcases Impressive Student Work

May 4, 2023

Benedictine students, faculty, and staff converged on Goodwin Hall on Thursday, April 13, for the University’s thirteenth annual Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Arts (URSA) symposium. Over one hundred students participated […]

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Benedictine University Names Joseph J. Foy, Ph.D. as its 13th President

March 28, 2023

Joseph J. Foy, Ph.D. today was named the 13th president of Benedictine University by its Board of Trustees. He was unanimously approved by the board. Foy, whose term will begin […]

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BenU Students Receive Writing Excellence Award

February 16, 2023

On January 24, 2023, seven Benedictine University students received the Writing Excellence Award in a ceremony in Kindlon Hall. This award is a marker of achievement for undergraduate student writers […]

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Alumni Achievement Awards 2022

January 5, 2023

Congratulations to our 2022 Alumni Achievement Award Recipients. Click here for more information.

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Kauth Appointed to Children’s Health Protection Advisory Committee

November 30, 2022

Dr. Jean-Marie Kauth (Professor, Languages and Literature) has been appointed to the Children’s Health Protection Advisory Committee by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The official press release is below. Congratulations, […]

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Fine Arts Professor Holding a Solo Exhibition

November 11, 2022

Professor Michael Tole (Fine Arts, Mesa) is holding a solo exhibition at the prestigious Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans, October 26-December 10. His exhibition is titled “Revisionist Histories.” 20 […]

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BenU Students participate in the American Moot Court Association Regional Competition

November 7, 2022

On November 4th and 5th, six Benedictine University students participated in the American Moot Court Association Regional Competition held at the University of Chicago. For this competition, students spent several months preparing […]

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Washington Post article co-written by political science faculty member

November 7, 2022

BenU’s Dr. Tammy Sarver, Professor of Political Science, weighs in on the gender gap that still persists in the Supreme Court in this co-authored research piece featured in the Washington […]

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Alumna Amina Waheed Nominated for Three Emmy Awards

August 8, 2022

Waheed’s Fault Lines team scored THREE nominations for the The News & Documentary Emmy Awards this year! Including, “Buried Truths” about the torturous history of indigenous boarding schools in the […]

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