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Victoria Weber Woodard joins ACMS faculty

A competitive drive propelled Victoria Weber Woodard through a bachelor’s degree, two master’s degrees, and a doctorate. Now, Woodard is an assistant teaching professor in the Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics (ACMS).

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Making wearable smart devices “smarter” and more secure

Researchers in the College of Engineering have been pursuing a new authentication process for wearable devices to make them less susceptible to attack. In fact, they have developed a generic implicit wearable device user authentication mechanism that uses combinations of...

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ND Law School makes its mark on the study of fiduciary law

A cohort of Notre Dame Law School faculty have made important recent contributions to the study of fiduciary law — a field of growing interest that focuses on relationships in which people (fiduciaries) represent others (their beneficiaries), exercising power over...

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CREO Grads Earn Honors at 2019 AERA Conference

Two graduates from the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Research in Educational Opportunity (CREO) were honored at last week’s American Education Research Association (AERA) conference in Toronto for outstanding work on their dissertations.

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Jennifer Tank named Hoosier Resilience Hero

Tank, who also currently serves as the current president of the Society for Freshwater Science, is being recognized for her research that sits at the intersection of freshwater systems and agriculture in the Midwest.

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2019 McCloskey New Venture Competition Results

17 area teams were awarded more than $350,000 in cash and in-kind prizes at the 2019 McCloskey New Venture Competition on Friday, April 12. 

Resonado and Vital View Technologies split the $50,000 McCloskey Grand Prize, which is awarded to teams founded...

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Conference Examines Links Between Inequality, Governance

Calling the staggering disparities between the world’s richest and poorest “immoral” and “extraordinarily shameful,”a group of scholars and practitioners argued this week at a conference co-sponsored by the Kellogg Institute for International Studies that rising income inequality can be curtailed.

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