In order to promote the development of collaborative proposals between Notre Dame and university faculty in the United Kingdom, the University of Notre Dame is introducing a pilot program entitled the Notre Dame and United Kingdom (ND/UK) Seed Grant Program. Read More
Notre Dame Athletics | December 30, 2019
ORLANDO, Fla. — A balanced offense and disciplined defense left little doubt for the 15th-ranked Notre Dame football team in Saturday’s Camping World Bowl match-up with Iowa State, as the Irish registered their second straight 11-win season with a 33-9 victory at Camping World Stadium. Read More
Pat Collins riffs on local news in the nation’s capital. Read More
The '77 Irish graduate and Stanford philosophy professor passed away. Read More
The Diversity Scholarship Foundation presented Ayah Sarsour, a third-year student at Notre Dame Law School, with the Public Interest Advocate Scholarship Award at the 2019 Unity Award Dinner at the Hilton Chicago. Read More
Graham Peaslee, a professor of experimental nuclear physics at Notre Dame, is an ambassador for the flim 'Dark Waters'—a film calling attention to the serious health risks associated with PFAS. Read More
In 2019, Fr. Jenkins was elected to a fourth term, there was a record-setting research grant, and the Church examined the sexual abuse crisis. These and other stories highlighted the year at Our Lady’s University. Read More
Experts weigh in. Read More
Jc Beall will join the Department of Philosophy as the O’Neill Family Chair of Philosophy in the fall of 2020. Beall is one of the leading philosophical logicians in the world, especially well-known for his work in non-classical logic and for his defense of logical pluralism in the philosophy of logic. Read More
Russian and political science alumna unlocks world of possibilities. Read More
BOWL GAME HISTORY
- The 2019 Camping World Bowl is the first-ever meeting between the Fighting Irish and the Iowa State Cyclones.
- This marks Notre Dame’s second trip to the Camping World Bowl. The Irish played the 2017 Citrus Bowl in Camping World Stadium in Orlando, beating LSU 21-17, and also took part in the 2011 Champs Sports Bowl, which eventually became the Camping World Bowl, falling to Florida State, 14-18. …
Honoring the Incarnation in a special way. Read More
Riverbend Community Math Center in partnership with Notre Dame's Department of Mathematics creates a positive learning environment for children to learn math through the Riverbend Math Circles program at Notre Dame. Read More
Notre Dame Athletics | December 24, 2019
DETROIT — The Arizona Coyotes announced former Notre Dame defenseman Jordan Gross will make his National Hockey League debut on Sunday night versus the Detroit Red Wings (Dec. 22).
Gross, who was recalled on Dec.18, is in his second full professional season after skating with the Irish from 2014-18. Sunday’s 7 p.m. ET game can be viewed on ESPN+, Fox Sports Detroit, and Fox Sports Arizona. Read More
A visit to Mexico on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Read More
for ND Law students. Read More
Anne Martin, Ph.D. '14, and her research team received an NSF grant. Read More
The Notre Dame Law School Moot Court Board hosted the fourth annual National Appellate Advocacy Tournament for Religious Freedom on Nov. 8-9 in the Patrick F. McCartan Courtroom. Thirteen moot court teams from nine law schools participated in this year’s competition, which focused on a religious discrimination case.
For nearly 15 years, Alison Rice, the associate professor of French and Francophone studies, has explored why female writers are drawn to France and how they are transforming the Parisian literary landscape through innovative works of fiction. Read More
Prashant Kamat, The Rev. John A. Zahm, C.S.C., Professor of Science, has been named a Highly Cited Researcher for 2019 by Clarivate Analytics. The distinction was awarded to less than .01% of researchers in the world, a group of under 6,300. Read More
Biologist James Elser ’81 was inducted into the National Academy of Sciences (NAS). The NAS is an organization in which members are elected for life by current members, based on their distinguished and continuing achievements in scientific research. Read More
New research from a study conducted by Zhi Da, professor of finance in the Mendoza College of Business, found that easy access to air travel has flattened the bias toward investing locally. Read More
Notre Dame Athletics | December 19, 2019
NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Cale Morris was named the Big Ten First Star of the Week and Matt Hellickson earned Third Star of the Week honors the conference announced on Tuesday morning (Dec. 17).
Morris, a senior goaltender, and Hellickson, a junior defenseman, helped the Irish close out the first semester with a win 3-0 over Penn State on Saturday night (Dec. 14). Read More
A reminder of mortality motivates executives toward greater social responsibility. Read More
Rocky Bleier will be honored with a 2020 NCAA Inspiration Award on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the NCAA Honors Celebration in Anaheim, California. The award is reserved for people who used perseverance, dedication and determination to overcome a life-altering situation. Read More
Researched by ND Astrophysicist. Read More
The graduate student received a sustainable agriculture grant. Read More
Notre Dame Athletics | December 17, 2019
We are excited to announce our 2020 Notre Dame Women’s Soccer Summer Camp Programs. This year we are offering 3 sessions of Advanced Camps, a 1-Day ID Camp and a High School Team Camp.
Advanced Camps: June 9-12, July 12-15 & July 16-19 Read More
Two programs that help disadvantaged entrepreneurs in South Bend and South Africa now have a new home at the McKenna Center for Human Development and Global Business, part of the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame. Read More
Digging into ancestral roots. Read More