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Professors Awarded Carnegie Fellowships

Author: Daily Domer Staff

University of Notre Dame professors Atalia Omer and David Campbell have been awarded 2017 Andrew Carnegie fellowships, the Carnegie Corporation announced Wednesday. Read More

Emily Tsui

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Tsui will be joining the faculty of Chemistry & Biochemistry.  Read More

Albrecht Selected To NCAA Regional

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Dan Colleran | April 27, 2017

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Notre Dame sophomore women’s golfer Emma Albrecht has been selected to the 2017 NCAA Columbus Regional as an individual entrant the NCAA and Golf Channel announced on Thursday (April 27). 

The Columbus Regional will be played from May 8-11 at the Scarlet Course/OSU Golf Course, in Columbus, Ohio and will be hosted by Ohio State. A total of 18 teams and six individuals were selected for each of the four regional sites.  Read More

Plantinga Wins Templeton Prize

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Alvin Plantinga, a Notre Dame scholar whose writings over a half century have made theism a serious option within academic philosophy, has won the 2017 Templeton Prize Laureate. Read More

This Land is Their Land

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I'm no American. Yet. That’s regrettable, for Americans are a remarkable people. Your accomplishments are astonishing. Your attitudes on work, family and freedom are known around the world.  Read More

Martin Stone Presented Honorary Monogram

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Athletics Writer | April 27, 2017

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The University of Notre Dame Monogram Club surprised head rowing coach Martin Stone with an honorary monogram on Friday, April 21, 2017, just after the team's practice at the McConnell Family Boathouse on the St. Joseph River in South Bend, Indiana.  Read More

Irish Halt Crusaders Tuesday Night

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Neil Joseph | April 26, 2017

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The Notre Dame baseball team put together an explosive day at the plate to defeat Valparaiso 10-3 on a beautiful evening at Frank Eck Stadium. Although the Irish scored in only three innings, they hung crooked numbers on the scoreboard in all three to score ten runs on ten hits. Notre Dame’s pitching staff held the Crusaders in check, yielding only five hits in the game. The bullpen was once again tremendous in a weekday home game, holding Valparaiso scoreless on one hit through the final four innings. Read More