James Vanderkam, professor and scholar of the Dead Sea Scrolls, is one of the individuals working on the original Hebrew Text of the Book of Jubilees, a second-century retelling of Genesis and the first part of Exodus.
Notre Dame will further extend its engagement with Italy in the form of interdisciplinary program in Italian Studies, establishing a vibrant University presence in Rome.
Funded by a $5 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation, the goal of the project is to mobilize top-quality research across various disciplines on the origins, expressions, and effects of generosity.
With the new Family Lifestyles and Heart to Heart projects, researchers at Notre Dame’s Center for Children and Families are taking direct aim at two major obstacles to healthy child development: childhood obesity and child maltreatment.
The average global temperature at the earth’s surface could increase as much as six degrees Celcius by 2100, according to a 2007 report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
What does cell phone usage reveal about the strength of relationships and the make-up of social networks?
Researchers at the University of Notre Dame are currently conducting studies that address complex problems in fields like health and energy.
The University of Notre Dame has announced significant additional internal funding to support nine research initiatives during the second phase of the University’s $80-million Strategic Research Investments (SRI) process.
Two faculty in the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Philosophy of Religion have received more than $1.7 million in grant funding to continue their research into the problem of evil, a central issue for scholars who study the philosophy of religion.
With the Institute’s support, Nanovic faculty fellow Krupali Uplekar journeyed this March with her class of fourth-year architecture students to the remote Siebenbuergen region in Romania.