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Combating the Ebola Virus

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Biochemistry professor Robert Stahelin is working to develop therapeutics that fight the deadly virus. Read More

In Memoriam: Helen Hiatt

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Helen Hiatt, who worked in the LaFortune Student Center for 46 years, died this week at her home in Elkhart. Read More

HitTrax Takes Irish Baseball to Next Level

Author: Daily Domer Staff

July 30, 2014

Baseball Team 2013

The next big thing in baseball is here, and it's called HitTrax. The HitTrax Data Capture & Simulation System is a complete simulator and analytic system that evaluates pitching and hitting. It can provide detailed statistics and analysis in real-time, evaluating everything from a batter's average hit velocity to their swing elevation. Because it can can chart these metrics over time, HitTrax is an invaluable coaching and training tool. Read More

A Top 20 Value

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Money Magazine ranks Notre Dame as one of the Top 20 four-year colleges in the nation, out of roughly 1,500. Read More

Holtz's Culver Camp

Author: Daily Domer Staff

As the Irish return to Culver Military Academy to begin training, former players remember their own camp experiences there. Read More

Sometimes

Author: Daily Domer Staff

When is it acceptable to call oneself a real-deal, capital-W Writer? Read More

M BBall: Jerian Grant Returns

Author: Daily Domer Staff

July 28, 2014 | Fighting Irish Digital Media

Men's Basketball - Jerian Grant vs IU

The first of a three-part feature on Jerian Grant's return to Notre Dame men's basketball after an academic suspension for the 2014 spring semester. Part one focuses on the final game Grant played with his team and his decision to return for his final year of eligibility.  Read More

Using Their Heads

Author: Daily Domer Staff

A Notre Dame grad and professor develop an app to detect concussions, and an injectable compound to repair damaged brain cells. Read More

A Chemist's Dream

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Douglas Rice was selected to attend the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, where he met 37 Nobel Laureates. Read More

Girls' Media

Author: Daily Domer Staff

A new video showcases FTT professor Mary Celeste Kearney's work on female voices in popular media. Read More

ACE Sends Forth 254 Teachers

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Following their summer training, 254 Catholic school teachers and leaders are going to serve in over 175 schools around the country. Read More

A Leading Scientist

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Zachary T. Schafer has been awarded a $792,000 grant from the American Cancer Society Read More

Empowering Young Scientists

Author: Daily Domer Staff

A week-long camp at Notre Dame encourages local girls' interest in science, technology, engineering, and math. Read More

Turner Promoted to Head Coach

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Alan Turner, a four-year veteran of Notre Dame coaching, takes over as head coach of track and field and cross country. Read More

Longread of the Week

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Longreads selects a piece in ND Magazine as one of its Top 5 Longreads of the Week. Read More

John Uhran Named ASEE Fellow

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The professor emeritus of computer science and engineering is a 2014 fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education. Read More