A new anthology of prose and poetry, "Gaillimh: Díolaim Cathrach," provides an overview of the ways poets and writers interpreted, imagined, and understood Galway City, the capital of Irish-speaking Ireland.
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Catherine Bolten discusses her research and upcoming presentation for the Health and Well-being Initiative's "COVID-19: What Comes Next?" virtual forum on December 4.
Garnett's research focuses on property, land use, urban development, local government law, and education policy.…
For Alisher Khamidov, the awareness of conflict is not new. Growing up in Kyrgyzstan, he was a first-hand witness to acts of violence and lived in a context that was fraught with ethnic conflict since before his birth. However, it...
Peter M. Kogge, Jeanne Romero-Severson and Jennifer L. Tank have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Changes in climate can increase infectious disease risk in animals, researchers found — with the possibility that these diseases could spread to humans, they warn.
Notre Dame sophomore Lucas Hopkins and other family members and friends watched his dad lift off to the ISS from the Kennedy Space Center as commander of the Crew-1 SpaceX Crew Dragon.
A team headed by a University of Notre Dame researcher delved into the hidden costs of electrical failures in hospital settings and has created a new model, which can be used by countries around the world, for determining the probability...
The new doctoral program in Materials Science and Engineering will attract diverse graduate students in multiple disciplines, raising the research profile in science and engineering at the University of Notre Dame, according to Mary Galvin, the William K. Warren Foundation...
This annual award is earned by undergraduate students who demonstrate excellence in research skills by using a breadth of library resources and services for their course assignments, research projects, and creative endeavors.
La Donna Forsgren, an associate professor in the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre, has won the American Society for Theatre Research's Oscar G. Brockett Essay Prize. The award, given annually to the best essay of theatre research in a...
Crime and insanity, archaeology of death, Irish literature, Aristotelian philosophy—all these seemingly unconnected classes are connected by a single department: gender studies.
Senior Juliana Zepf has used her gender studies major to explore the full breadth of the
The Institute of International Education ranks Notre Dame seventh among doctorate-granting universities for undergraduate study abroad participation during the 2018-19 academic year.
Previous studies have established that parents in the U.S. already face greater stress trying to achieve work-family balance than parents in any other Western country, but COVID-19 levies an unprecedented strain on working parents.
While early modern artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi has been principally known for his drawings and etchings of ancient Rome, new research from Heather Hyde Minor, professor of art history at the University of Notre Dame, reinterprets Piranesi’s artistic oeuvre by...
A self-described “history nerd” with an interest in politics, Karr quickly discovered how much natural overlap there is between his first two majors. Deciding to pursue a third major — Arabic — was more of an unexpected development.
The Presidential Awards recognize staff members for their significant contributions to the betterment of the University and whose actions exemplify Notre Dame’s Core Values: Accountability, Teamwork, Integrity, Leadership in Excellence, and Leadership in Mission
Faculty to serve as ambassadors, experts in collaboration with regional businesses.
Research has shown that rewards programs build brand loyalty and increase sales. They’re undeniably popular: In 2016, American consumers held $195.4 billion in loyalty program points.
Four teams awarded planning grants through the National Science Foundation’s (NSF’s) new Spectrum Innovation Initiative (SII) are merging to create a comprehensive, interdisciplinary plan for a 5-year, $25M National Center for Wireless Spectrum Research (SII-Center). The envisioned center will catalyze...
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