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ND Alum Opens Hesburgh Hospital

Author: Daily Domer Staff

This summer, business major-turned-physician Dr. David Gaus helped to open Hesburgh Hospital on behalf of Andean Health & Development in Ecuador.  Read More

'First Time Fans' Film Series Released

Author: Daily Domer Staff

"First Time Fans" is a series of short films which tells the story of three Notre Dame fans experiencing a Fighting Irish home football game for the first time. Read More

ACE Launches $1M project in Haitian Schools

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) Haiti initiative recently launched its “Haiti Reads” project, an innovative literacy program in 52 Haitian Catholic schools. Read More

Notre Dame hosts Symposium in London

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Department of Physics recently hosted the first annual Notre Dame Europe Symposium on Nuclear Science and Society at the Notre Dame London Global Gateway. Read More

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Global Doc: Connections

Author: Daily Domer Staff

I remember sitting in a quiet room in rural Haiti in 2006 thinking that I didn’t want to sacrifice my connections to friends and family to work in global health. Now I don’t have to. Read More

The Seagull Professor

Author: Daily Domer Staff

His travels and work were fascinating; the seagull comment stopped me in my tracks. But his explanation made perfect sense. Read More

The Place Called Nowhere

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Read the stories of Oka, a Notre Dame anthropology professor, who has studied the Kakuma Refugee Camp — one of the oldest and largest refugee camps in Africa — for years.  Read More

After two centuries, a good book returned

Author: Daily Domer Staff

When three Sisters of Loretto processed into Notre Dame’s Log Chapel for Mass this summer, their delivery of a treasured artifact marked a moment evocative of the more than 200-year history of the Catholic Church in the United States. Read More

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Spotlights

Robert Stahelin

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Stahelin's new study investigates how the most abundant protein that composes the Ebola virus, VP40, mediates replication of a new viral particle. Read More

Todd Kingma '85

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Kingma, executive vice president and general counsel for Perrigo Company PLC, has been recognized as Governance Professional of the Year.  Read More

Jamere Jackson '90

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Almost 30 years later, Jackson cites his last-minute decision to come to Notre Dame as a pivotal moment in a journey that has taken him to the top of the corporate world. Read More

In Memoriam

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Robert E. Rodes Jr., Paul J. Schierl/Fort Howard Corporation Professor of Legal Ethics emeritus, died Nov.25. He was 87. Read More

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