Justin Maroni and Seth Sanders, both third-year law students, and Henry Lay, a second-year student won the Chicago regional of the Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court tournament on February 15. Maroni and Sanders were the team’s oralists and Lay assisted with brief writing. Read More
Notre Dame Athletics | Februrary 23, 2021
The University of Notre Dame women’s fencing team claimed solid victories over Northwestern and Lawrence University on Sunday, winning all four matches and only getting stronger throughout the day.
The sabre squad paced the Irish, finishing with a 31-5 record over the four matchups. The foil and epeeists also dueled their way to decisive wins, posting 30-6 and 26-10 marks, respectively. Read More
A Q&A with Clara Villatoro Huezo Read More
The Ford Program in Human Development Studies and Solidarity, a research initiative of the Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame, announces the appointment of Faculty Fellow Patrizio Piraino as its new director. Read More
The new Analytical Science and Engineering at Notre Dame Core (ASEND) Facility is now available to faculty, staff, and students at the University of Notre Dame, as well as external academic and industry users. The facility aims to help solve current, emerging, and industry-relevant problems through the creation of new capabilities in measurement science and engineering. Read More
the next Tom Mendoza Presents guest Read More
Today, engineers like Thomas O’Sullivan, assistant professor of electrical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, continue the quest to improve the quality of medical diagnosis and treatment using near-infrared optical imaging. O’Sullivan and his team are developing a powerful, pocket-sized optical imager that may once have seemed like the stuff of science fiction. Read More
A letter of gratitude to the parasitologist whose impact on his students improved global health on several continents Read More
An academic mentor suggested I follow the tracks of the poet whose work and life got more interesting — and relevant — at every turn. Read More
Notre Dame Athletics | February 19, 2021
No. 14 Notre Dame finished the second day of the ACC Championships in sixth place, again boasting multiple finalists in the women’s diving final and sending six swimmers to their respective finals.
Kelly Straub and Annie Wiese earned spots in the 1m diving final, marking the second-consecutive day they both notched a finals slot, while Luciana Thomas, Madeline LaPorte and Sammie Eyolfson made it to the 500 Free final and Coleen Gillilan, Bayley Stewart and Ellie Jew earned slots in the 200 IM finals. Read More