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Robert Adam awarded Driehaus Prize

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Robert Adam, an architect known for his scholarship as well as his practice, has been named the recipient of the 2017 Richard H. Driehaus Prize at the University of Notre Dame.  Read More

WSJ Names ND Top U.S. Catholic University

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The University of Notre Dame did best in three of the four categories that make up the WSJ/THE rankings: graduate outcomes, academic resources, and student engagement.  Read More

ND California's Silicon Valley Program

Author: Daily Domer Staff

10 Notre Dame juniors majoring in computer science and engineering will be the first participants in Notre Dame California’s new four month Silicon Valley Semester.  Read More

Discoveries from the Krizmanich Telescope

Author: Daily Domer Staff

A team of ND astrophysicists led by Professor Peter Garnavich has observed the unexplained fading of an interacting binary star, one of the first discoveries using the Krizmanich Telescope. Read More

New Research Could End Elephantiasis

Author: Daily Domer Staff

A collaborative modeling study among three research groups reveals that a triple-drug regimen could accelerate the elimination of lymphatic filariasis, also known as elephantiasis. Read More

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Being Mercy: To Be Continued

Author: Daily Domer Staff

One year ago today I woke up in a hotel in Monterrey, Mexico, to an e-mail informing me that my name had been submitted to Pope Francis to serve as a Missionary of Mercy. Read More

You've Got a Friend

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Olivia Godby ’16 once spent four hours pretending to be a cat, meowing as people walked by. Not your typical high school student’s summer activity. Read More

Just a Few More Dreams

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Today we, the burgeoning generation, had no part in the goings on of 1619 or 1865 or 1963 . . . but we are the leaves that grew from those same troubled roots.  Read More

The Organ Builders: Bruce Shull

Author: Daily Domer Staff

In 1720, Johann Sebastian Bach, 35 years old and still making a name for himself, still ascending to the heights of his powers as a composer, paid a visit to one of his heroes. Read More

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Spotlights

Kiera Duffy

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Department of Music faculty soprano Kiera Duffy was featured in the New York Times. Read More

Laura Knoppers

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Professor Knoppers has been named the Milton Society's 2016 Honored Scholar of the Year. Read More

Kathleen Cummings

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Cushwa Center Director Kathleen Cummings begins her term as president of the ACHA.   Read More

Ebrahim Moosa

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Professor Moosa is working to advance scientific and theological literacy among madrasas in India. Read More

Michael Wiescher

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Freimann Professor of Physics Michael Wiescher, won the 2017 Heraeus Visiting Professor Award. Read More

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