Joanne Norell | June 27, 2017
Recent University of Notre Dame women’s fencing graduate Lee Kiefer has been announced as one of a record number of 543 nominees for the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year award.
Established in 1991 and now in its 27th year, the NCAA Woman of the Year award honors graduating female college athletes who have exhausted their eligibility and distinguished themselves in academics, athletics, service and leadership throughout their collegiate careers. Read More
Appointed to the position of chair of the Department of Physics, effective July 1, 2017. Read More
Erin Rice ’17 has been named one of the top five graduating industrial design students in the nation by the Industrial Designers Society of America. Read More
The Nanovic Institute for European Studies at in partnership with Nonprofit Certificate Education at Mendoza College of Business, will host 17 European Catholic university officials. Read More
Brian Blagg, Ph.D., will join Notre Dame as the incoming director of the Warren Family Research Center for Drug Discovery. Read More
When your father starts a drug company that saves your life and gets featured in a Hollywood film starring Harrison Ford, it can be hard to step into the spotlight on your own. Read More
More than 750 Notre Dame student-athletes will now get a boost from technology and data science, thanks to a recently established endowment. Read More
Megan Golden | June 22, 2017
Four current Irish track and field athletes and five Irish alumni will compete at the U.S. Championships and Junior Championships, beginning on Thursday.
The meet not only serves as the national championship, but it also is the qualifying meet for those athletes looking to make the U.S. team that will compete at the 2017 World Championships in London, England, later this year.
It had been years since the accident. In a box of mementos of his son, Brian, Bill Hederman came across a sketchbook that curiously he didn’t recall thumbing through before now. Read More
Dan Colleran | June 21, 2017
NOTRE DAME, Ind. -- The University of Notre Dame hockey team announced its 2017-18 schedule Wednesday. The Fighting Irish will play 24 Big Ten conference games as part of their inaugural season as an affiliate member.
34 -- Games
University president Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., joined City of South Bend leaders including Mayor Pete Buttigieg in Leighton Plaza in downtown South Bend for the unveiling. Read More
Assistant professor of physics, has been named the Aurora and Thomas Marquez Assistant Professor of Physics. Read More
The United States’ current nuclear power process only uses about one percent of the total energy available from the fuel, resulting in radioactive waste. Read More
Megan Golden | June 17, 2017
“Embrace the challenge and embrace the moment because when this is all done, that’s what you’re going to miss. The angst and the nervousness -- that’s what you’ll miss. That’s really what makes us feel alive is embracing the challenges we see every day in the week that we see. That’s what makes us human.”
Ryan Kim trained for an “Olympic” event with his team on the third floor of Jordan Hall by assembling several rubber bands and attaching them to a 500-gram bag of sand. Read More
It was the summer I trafficked in Coke. The best summer ever. 1970. I had graduated from high school and was playing baseball with a team that would make it to the state championship by summer’s end — a summer that would conclude with my entering Notre Dame. The ballgames and post-high-school summer liberties kept me up late most nights, but I got up every morning at 5. So did my dad. Read More
Notre Dame families will return to campus this summer to help serve the greater South Bend community as part of the Notre Dame Alumni Association’s 18th Family Volunteer Camp. Read More
UND.COM | June 14, 2017
Graduated senior Erin Boxberger (Overland Park, Kansas) has been named to the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association/Pocock All-America First Team. It is the third All-America honor of Boxberger’s outstanding career at Notre Dame and marks the second time she has received a first team selection. Read More
This new strategic partnership that will allow Center faculty, staff, students, and alumni/ae to reach Aeon’s global audience of over one million unique users per month. Read More
Rev. Daniel Groody, C.S.C. will address the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) on the theology of migration during the bishops’ annual Spring General Assembly. Read More
Notre Dame researchers have been working to develop an improved test and have recently published a study on a new diagnostic method that uses gold nanoparticles. Read More
Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., shakes hands with His Holiness Pope Francis after Mass on June 13, 2017 at the Vatican. Read More
The University of Notre Dame will welcome 25 bright, emerging African leaders to campus beginning June 16 (Friday) for a six-week business and entrepreneurship institute. Read More
Joanne Norell | June 8, 2017
University of Notre Dame fencers Lee Kiefer and Jonathan Fitzgerald were once again honored for their academic success Thursday, earning Academic All-America status when the College Sports Information Directors of America announced the Men’s and Women’s At-Large Teams. Read More
The Association for Israel Studies Professor emeritus, Alan Dowty, with an AIS-Israel Institute Lifetime Achievement Award for his “lasting and path-breaking contributions." Read More
UND.COM | June 5, 2017
Cameron Smith will attend graduate school at the University of Notre Dame and play football for the Fighting Irish this fall.
Smith graduated with a degree in English from Arizona State University last April and joined the Notre Dame program on Monday. He will have one year of eligibility remaining. Read More
A newly discovered planet is fascinating scientists with a unique orbit, atmospheric features and a daytime temperature hotter than most stars. Read More
Associate editor at The New York Times is joining this fall as the Annenberg Director of the Gallivan Program in Journalism, Ethics and Democracy. Read More