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After Two Years of War, UCU Reflects on its Humanitarian Activities and Shares its Vision Towards Healing, Rebuilding and Service

Date: February 29, 12:00 p.m. EST

Duration: 1-hour Zoom Event

Located in Lviv, Ukraine, Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU) is the first Catholic university on the vast territory of the former Soviet Union. Since the start of the unjustified Russian invasion, UCU students have continued their studies and, through their service learning education, bravely supported humanitarian efforts in Ukraine. Join us on February 29th and hear from UCU leadership, students and faculty as they share their personal and moving experiences and offer their vision for how to heal and rebuild Ukraine.

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Please meet our esteemed speakers:

Taras Dobko

Taras Dobko

Rector, Ukrainian Catholic University

Archbishop Borys Gudziak

Archbishop Borys Gudziak

Metropolitan, Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia

President, Ukrainian Catholic University

Yaroslav Prytula

Yaroslav Prytula

Senior Vice Rector, Ukrainian Catholic University

Olha Bardiuk

Olha Bardiuk

Student, Ukrainian Catholic University

First-year student of the Master’s program in Clinical Psychology with Basics of Psychodynamic Therapy. Originally from Ivano-Frankivsk. In addition to her studies, she is also a psychological consultant, future psychotherapist, and volunteer.

Mariia Hrytsyshyn

Mariia Hrytsyshyn

Student, Ukrainian Catholic University

Third-year law student at the UCU Law School. Originally from Drohobych city in the Lviv region. In addition to her studies, she is also working for a human rights protection organization.

The event will be moderated by Annetta Hewko, UCU Foundation CEO.

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