- Oleh Turiy
- Bishop Borys
- School of Bioethics
- public lecture
- Taras Dobko
- Roman Zaviysky
- Volodymyr Turchynovsky
- George Weigel
- José Casanova
- Lviv Business School
- International Institute for Ethics and Contemporary Issues
- Myroslav Marynovych
- Bishop Borys Gudziak
- Sophia Opatska
- Fr. Vasyl Rudeyko
- Institute of Leadership and Management
- Pavlo Khobzey
- Yury Monczak
- Public Lectures
‘My Students Did Not Think about Work after University but about How to Better Know God’s Word’- Fr. Y. Cherskyy
“We theologians, systematic or patristic, are fascinated by the term ‘tradition,’ and its Greek equivalent, ‘paradosis.’ And we know this was in Byzantine history and theology. And our guest, Y. Cherskyy, and many of those present here are a part of this paradosis, a part of this tradition,” - Fr. Roman Zaviyskyy.
On 11 February, UCU held graduation ceremonies for students of master’s degree programs in social pedagogy, history, theology, and also seminarians of Holy Spirit Seminary in Lviv.
UCU Opens Another Master’s Program in Psychology, Which Will Prepare Experts in Mental Health for Organizations
The Department of Clinical Psychology of the Ukrainian Catholic University is opening Ukraine’s first master’s program to prepare experts in mental health for organizations, which will be able to raise...
UCU’s School of Management Holds Leadership Academy for Development with Dr. F. Fukuyama and Prof. S. Krasner
UCU’s School of Management held Leadership Academy for Development 2017 with Dr. F. Fukuyama and Prof. S. Krasner. For five days, 35 participants, representatives of the private and government sector, intensely studied how to build dialogue between the private sector and the government in order to effectively introduce reforms and improve Ukraine’s business climate.
The UWC President gave special attention to the importance of building up UCU’s School of Rehabilitation Medicine, which was founded by Dr. Ulana Suprun, former director of humanitarian initiatives of the UWC and current acting Minister of Health of Ukraine.
Benefactors and sponsors of UCU pledged 6.5 million hryvnias in support of the university. And the Zahorii Family Fund promised another 2. 5 million hryvnias for the development of the recently opened UCU Kyiv Center.