Students in Assistant Professor Kim Rollings’ Social Factors and Sustainability: Effects of the Built Environment on Health collaborate with South Bend community partners from local organizations to develop solutions to a real-world problem. Project formats range from design guidelines to...
Rev. Gregory J. Boyle, S.J., founder and executive director of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles, California, will receive the University of Notre Dame’s 2017 Laetare Medal — the oldest and most prestigious honor given to American Catholics —...
Jeff Schorey, a world-renowned expert with pioneering work on the role of exosomes in infectious diseases, has been studying mycobacterial disease for almost two decades.
Known as “the woman behind the new $20 bill,” Rosa “Rosie” Rios, the 43rd treasurer of the United States, will speak at the University of Notre Dame on Monday (March 27).
Bob Schmuhl’s Fifty Years with Father Hesburgh is a finalist for the 2016 Foreword INDIES book of the Year Award in the Adult Nonfiction, Biography category. The winners will be announced during the American Library Association conference, June 22-27, 2017, in...
Nine University of Notre Dame graduate students will compete for prize money while attempting to explain their research in three minutes during the third annual Shaheen Three Minute Thesis competition on March 27.
The largest gathering of alumni, parents, students, and friends of Notre Dame in Asia came together this weekend in Beijing. Centered around Notre Dame International’s seventh Greater China Scholars Weekend, an annual event celebrating the top twenty high school applicants...
Notre Dame Research has provided eight researchers or research groups from three Colleges and Schools with awards from the Equipment Restoration and Renewal (ERR) grant program for 2017.
Orson Sargado, the Head of Office of CRS-Philippines, is spending two months at Notre Dame as a Kroc Institute-CRS Fellow.
Reilly Center Mini-Grant Update – March 2017
This research was made possible by a grant submitted to the Reilly Center from GLOBES students Teresa Baumer and Luke Saderski.
Sylwia Ptasinska has joined the editorial board of Plasma – open access journal, which is published quarterly online by MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute).
Rafat and Zoreen Ansari and their family, of South Bend, Indiana, have made a $15 million gift for the creation of an institute dedicated to the study of religion around the world.
In addition to the free final day, five-day and three-day pilgrimages are offered.
Are you a developer, UX enthusiast, big-ideas person, or effective team leader? Register now for the 2017 Hesburgh Libraries Hackathon – a timed, competitive event where teams with diverse skills and talents create innovative digital solutions.
Students in Professor Alan DeFrees' Structures, Building Tech, and Historic Construction and Preservation classes gain hands-on experience and see first-hand the construction and structural principles employed in a traditional heavy timber structure during a barn raising at Stepan Center.
Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer’s paper, titled “Globalization Without a Safety Net: The Challenge of Protecting Cross-Border Funding of NGOs,” will be published in the Minnesota Law Review during the 2017-18 academic year.
Patrick Gibbons, currently chief communications officer at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, will join the University of Notre Dame as executive director of academic communications in April.
131 teams entered the McCloskey Competition last fall. Now, after months of hard work by our participants, judges and mentors, 20 teams have been selected to advance to the semifinal round.
Nuclear graduate student, Nirupama Sensharma has been selected to the 2017 cohort of the NSF-sponsored training program Social Responsibilities of Researchers (SRR) in the Reilly Center.
On February 17, the Kroc and Kellogg Institutes conducted an intense day of meetings with administrators and faculty from seven Colombian universities from the Bogotá region.
Rodolfo “Rudy” Monterrosa, ’01 J.D. and adjunct professor at Notre Dame Law School, celebrated the grand opening of Monterrosa Law Group, LLC, on March 9, in conjunction with the initiation of the Latin American Chamber of Commerce.
Notre Dame International (NDI) has released three new grant opportunities to encourage collaborative research between Notre Dame faculty and universities in Latin America, Asia, and Europe.
If you love acting in school plays, critiquing your favorite TV shows, or playing the Hamilton soundtrack on repeat, the film, television, and theatre (FTT) major may be for you.
Have you or someone you know been directly or indirectly affected by cancer? Unfortunately, for many of us, the answer is yes. And in those situations, we often feel a sense of helplessness. Have you ever wanted to help but...
The U.S. Department of State Tuesday nominated Notre Dame Law Professor Doug Cassel as the U.S. candidate to serve on the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, the hemispheric monitoring body of the Organization of American States.
Opposition to the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline has been ongoing for nearly a year. A pair of Notre Dame student filmmakers gained in-depth knowledge into the mindset of the pipeline’s opponents while filming a documentary that first aired during the...
The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (ICAA) has announced that Professor Emeritus Thomas Gordon Smith will be honored with a 2017 Arthur Ross Award for his lifetime contributions in the field of education.
Scholars from both universities will gather March 12-15 in McKenna Hall to examine the authority and interpretation of the Bible—arguably one of the most disputed topics in the history of ecumenical dialogue.
“Do what you feel naturally inclined to do, where your skills and abilities are taking you, what you're best at. It really has helped me to narrow down and find the right career,” said Elizabeth Simari ’08. An English and Italian major...