C-FOG researchers recently identified several components of conventional weather models that had been leading to erroneous predictions relating to fog.
The Hispanic Law Student Association of Notre Dame Law School has selected Jodie Roure, an Associate Professor and Project Investigator at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City, as its recipient for the 2021 Graciela Olivárez...
Ebrahim Moosa, a scholar of Islam from the University of Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs, called upon US leaders to adopt a nuanced and locally-informed strategy when working to engage with religious communities around the globe.
Notre Dame researchers are applying their expertise in environmental biofilms, mechanics and materials modeling to design a novel therapy using bioacoustics that could enhance how acute infections of the lung are managed.
Notre Dame’s College of Arts & Letters has launched a new minor in health, humanities, and society, an interdisciplinary program designed to help students analyze the wide range of social and humanistic issues connected to health and medicine. Housed in...
Can an American university empower legal professionals in another country to fight corruption and uphold the rule of law?
The Materials Engineering to Realize Innovative Technologies for Sustainability or MERITS, Fellow Training Program will enhance the training of graduate students interested in developing sustainable technologies and support improved mentoring programs.
Santiago Schnell, recently appointed as the William K. Warren Foundation Dean of the College of Science, espouses the perspective: Those in the college must collaborate not only with other scientists, but also with engineers, philosophers, theologians and others.
Professor of Law Emeritus Joseph Bauer received the Father Michael McCafferty Award from the Notre Dame Law Association on October 1.
The three-year project, Replication of a Community-Engaged Educational Ecosystem Model in Rust Belt Cities, is supported by more than $2.5 million from the National Science Foundation’s Improving Undergraduate STEM Education program, $1.1 million of which is directed to Notre Dame....
The Fitzgerald Institute for Real Estate has added nine new Notre Dame faculty and staff to their list of faculty fellows and adjunct professors.
For nearly 1,000 years, there has existed a sad division between two branches of the Christian family. Another step on the long path toward reconciliation between the Orthodox and Catholic Churches will be taken this month, when His All-Holiness Bartholomew,...
In a time when internships are scarce, and international opportunities are even scarcer, a statement like this one stands out.
Notre Dame Law School students have the opportunity to serve on one of the Law School’s five student-edited journals.
Marty Rodgers (ND '88), market unit lead for Accenture and a University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Trustee, will deliver a talk, “Liberty and Justice for All,” at 2 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 21) in the Mendoza College of Business’ Jordan Auditorium.
ASEND equipment provides real-time, comprehensive measurements in user-controlled environments to help faculty, students, and staff understand alterations of samples that interface biology, chemistry, and material science.
New research from the University of Notre Dame suggests that experts from varying fields need to work together to overcome the public health crisis and that science can benefit by using marketing strategies with vaccine holdouts, much like brands do...
Physics Professor John LoSecco recently finished his term as one of 15 Jefferson Fellows for 2020-2021.
In research published in Science Robotics, Ozkan-Aydin presents how she was able to build multi-legged robots capable of maneuvering in challenging environments and accomplishing difficult tasks collectively, mimicking their natural-world counterparts.
A woman’s risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer increases with age, but while scientists have long studied cellular changes that take place in the body over time, a new study led by researchers at the University of Notre Dame...
Charles Leavitt’s book examines the time period after World War II when Italians were recovering from 20 years of fascist dictatorship and two military occupations — Germany during the conflict, and British and American forces during the reconstruction.
As part of the partnership, Mendoza will offer a designated fellowship program, waive application fees to its graduate programs including the Notre Dame MBA, waive fees for the GRE and the GMAT and provide test preparation programming, early access to Mendoza Graduate Business...
Diogo Bolster is a self-described “extroverted geek with attention deficit disorder, who gets excited about everything and anything that has to do with science.” Learn more about him and how he manages his day-to-day.
Notre Dame International Security Center Director Michael Desch has been named to a New York Council on Foreign Relations study group on “The U.S. Pivot to Asia and American Grand Strategy.”
Every year, two or three Notre Dame Law School students spend their summers working as legal interns at DTE Energy in Detroit.
Bryan Ritchie, vice president and the Cathy and John Martin Associate Provost for Innovation at the University of Notre Dame, has announced that he will step down from his position, effective Dec. 31, to take on a new role outside...
Harindra Joseph Fernando, the Wayne and Diana Murdy Endowed Professor of Engineering and Geosciences, has been elected as a fellow of the American Geophysical Union.
As part of its 75th anniversary celebrations, the Medieval Institute hosted a set of short talks by Notre Dame faculty about important objects from the medieval period before the home game against Cincinnati on Saturday, October 2nd.
The Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame is partnering with the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation to offer a full scholarship to a Truman Scholar.
Ask Charles Leavitt IV to name movies influenced by Italian cinema, and there’s not enough time in the day for the conversation. “The short answer is, it’s everything,” said Leavitt, a Notre Dame associate professor of Italian in the Department...