Business on the Frontlines

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Business on the Frontlines, a signature course of the Notre Dame MBA, has a unique goal: to examine how to harness business to rebuild war-torn societies to bring about peace. Read More

Researching Ireland's Holy Wells

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The Grotto is one of the most beloved places on campus for many students, but for junior Anja Renkes, it’s where her passions and purpose combine. Read More

Academy of Arts and Sciences

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Josh Weinhold | April 20, 2019

Two faculty from the University of Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters — Declan Kiberd and Dianne Pinderhughes — have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the nation’s oldest learned societies and independent policy research centers. Read More

Student Publications Awarded

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Three Notre Dame student publications—The Observer, Scholastic, and The Juggler—won top awards at the Indiana Collegiate Press Association (ICPA) Convention in Indianapolis. Read More

Assessing and Predicting Outcomes

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University of Notre Dame Professor of Psychology Darcia Narvaez specializes in researching child rearing, studying the evolved nest (or evolved developmental niche; EDN). Read More

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Global Doc: A Simple Passing

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He struggled to breathe, progressing from deep breaths with wet sounds reverberating in his lungs, to guppy breathing — opening the mouth like a fish, contorting the entire face. Read More

Having Coffee with Elly Brenner

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And he said, ‘Elly, I wouldn’t have stayed at Notre Dame if it weren’t for you. I would have left after freshman year.’ And that just makes you feel good." Read More

Cool Classes: Latino Muralism in Chicago

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“Murals are, right now, actively a tool against gentrification,” he says. “We are looking for the ways artists respond to demographic changes in the neighborhood through muralism." Read More

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Jason Ruiz

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Ruiz awarded Whiting Public Engagement Fellowship. Read More

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