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In evidenza

On Saturday, June 8, 2024, starting at 7:30 PM, the Office for Promotion & Development Italy organized the annual fundraising evening for scholarships to be awarded to priest students and seminarians attending our University.

This year's program included a concert by Maestro Olga Zdorenko inside the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare.

Following the concert, dinner took place on the terrace of the Palazzo dell'Apollinare.

Sotto il cielo di Roma 2024

On Tuesday, June 4, 2024 (3:30 PM, Benedict XVI Hall), OMNES Magazine and the CASE Group active at the Faculty of Canon Law have organized a meeting with the President of the IOR, Jean-Baptiste Douville de Franssu, titled Transparency and Co-responsibility in the Support of the Church.

The event was held in English and aimed to highlight the work carried out by the Institute for the Works of Religion in favor of transparent and proactive management, as well as its main lines of action.

The proceedings was moderated by prof. Jesús Miñambres, Professor of Canon Property Law and head of the CASE Group.

Report of the Meeting on OMNES

 

On Wednesday, February 21, 2024 (at 9:30 am, in the Aula Magna Giovanni Paolo II), a new event on communication and migrants took place, titled Migrants and Refugees Between Solidarity and Fear, promoted in collaboration with the ISCOM Association and the Committee on Information, Migrants, and Refugees.

Starting from this academic year, our University has introduced multimedia interactive whiteboards in classrooms A209 (second floor) and A305 (third floor) for use by both faculty and students.

The new equipment will enable traditional lectures to be conducted with the aid of advanced technology. Simultaneously, interactive hybrid classes (in-person and streaming) can be facilitated.

The provision of these whiteboards will also allow for the recording of lectures and courses, which can be later disseminated to a broader audience.

This initial investment, currently in the experimental phase, may be expanded over time to include other classrooms. It positions the University of the Holy Cross as technologically advanced and a pioneer in such innovation among the other Pontifical Roman Universities.

The project is coordinated by the Department of Educational Resources, under the supervision of the Academic Vice-Rector.

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