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ND Press Fall Catalog Released

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The University of Notre Dame Press is releasing its Fall 2019 Catalog with works ranging from books and biographies to poetry. As a premier American university press, Notre Dame Press publishes outstanding original print and digital works by leading scholars and intellectuals. Read More

Riley Sissung

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The recent Notre Dame Law graduate was selected for a bankruptcy award. Read More

Dorvilien Named Basketball Athletic Trainer

Author: Daily Domer Staff

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Notre Dame Athletics | July 30, 2019 

Glenn and Stacey Murphy Head Men’s Basketball Coach Mike Brey has announced the addition of Nixon Dorvilien as the athletic trainer for the University of Notre Dame men’s basketball team. Dorvilien replaces legendary athletic trainer William ‘Skip’ Meyer, who will retire officially from the University after 40 years of service at the end of August.  Read More

Newspaper Man

Author: Daily Domer Staff

In his 40-year career in daily journalism, Matt Storin '64 was a champion of the Fourth Estate and a principal figure in moments that made history. Read More

Driving Success with Social Influencers

Author: Daily Domer Staff

New research from the University of Notre Dame studied 'Mommy bloggers' to create a framework of strategies to help managers yield larger returns on engagement with social media influencers.  Read More

Max Engel

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The professor was honored with the 2019 Pressley Award for a Promising Scholar in the Education Field.  Read More

ACC Thesis Competition Champion

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Monica Arul Jayachandran, a Notre Dame graduate student, won first place and the People’s Choice award, along with $2,500 in prize money, at the inaugural Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition July 22 in Washington, D.C. Read More

Carozza Appointed to State Commission

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame Law Professor Paolo Carozza has been appointed to the U.S. Department of State’s new Commission on Unalienable Rights. The commission includes 10 human rights experts, philosophers, and activists from a variety of backgrounds and beliefs.  Read More

Potential NAFTA Demise Hurts Canada

Author: Daily Domer Staff

A new study from the University of Notre Dame shows that if the U.S. withdrawals from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Canada would be the country that suffers the most from the change.  Read More

New Findings in Breast Cancer Research

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Siyuan Zhang, the Dee Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and faculty member of the Harper Cancer Research Institute, discovered a gene that may make triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) cells more vulnerable to an existing drug.  Read More

The Lost Virtue

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Where did it go, this notion of magnanimity, that noble idea of 'greatness of soul'? It may have left with the nest. Read More

Zorlutuna Receives Early Career Award

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Pinar Zorlutuna, associate professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has been named one of the recipients of the 2019 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).  Read More

Gilman Named to Jim Thorpe Watch List

Author: Daily Domer Staff

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Notre Dame Athletics | July 25, 2019

NOTRE DAME, Ind. — University of Notre Dame senior safety Alohi Gilman was selected to the 2019 Paycom Jim Thorpe Award Preseason Watch List.

The Paycom Jim Thorpe Award annually recognizes the best defensive back in college football. The award is based on performance on the field, athletic ability and character. As such, it is considered one of the most coveted awards in college football. Read More

Domer Leads Team USA to Historic Win

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Gerek Meinhardt '13, a three-time Olympian and former Notre Dame All-American in fencing, led Team USA to its first World Championship in foil.  Read More

Study Finds Less Pollution in Private Firms

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Private, independent firms are less likely to pollute and incur EPA penalties than public and private equity-owned firms, according to new research from the University of Notre Dame. Read More

Rachelle Ollee

Author: Daily Domer Staff

How a Seattle native found a home in South Bend and the MBA program in the Mendoza College of Business. Read More

New Roving Shakespeare Experience

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival will host “Shakespeare Around the Bend,” an extension of “Shakespeare at Fremont Park,” from July 31 to Aug. 24 at local parks as well as the History Museum.  Read More

A Different Kind of Football

Author: Daily Domer Staff

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Notre Dame Athletics | July 23, 2019

NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Notre Dame Stadium had never seen football quite like this.

Sure, in the literal — American — sense, the storied venue had rarely seen anything but. When it came to the world’s game, however, Friday’s preseason friendly between Liverpool FC of the English Premier League and Borussia Dortmund of the German Bundesliga, it became nothing less than another crackling arena playing home to some of the world’s best. Read More

The Good Shepherd

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Stan Rother was a simple man, an Oklahoman and a parish priest who refused to abandon his people to Santiago Atitlán — even when he knew it would take his life. Read More

Local Housing Analysis

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Graduate students in the Department of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics (ACMS) at Notre Dame analyzed social, demographic, economic and housing data in South Bend to find commonalities within the data at the census block level. Read More

Ani Aprahamian

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Notre Dame physicist launches operations of cyclotron in Armenia. Read More

Keough Launches Online Publication

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Keough School of Global Affairs is launching a new online publication, Policy Pulse, to highlight the academic research and opinion writing of its current graduate students. Read More

Interns Create Solutions for South Bend

Author: Daily Domer Staff

Interns who are a part of the Bowman Creek Educational Ecosystem (BCe2), operated by the Center for Civic Innovation at Notre Dame with support from area schools as well as local governments and business and nonprofit organizations, seek innovative solutions to pressing civic issues in South Bend and Elkhart. Read More

Mary & The Moon

Author: Daily Domer Staff

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Waxing crescent moon sets behind the Dome. Photo by Matt Cashore/copyright University of Notre Dame.

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Cancer Burden & Age Correlation

Author: Daily Domer Staff

With a new award from the National Institutes of Health, researchers from Notre Dame, the National Institute on Aging, and the National Cancer Institute will explore why age is significant in developing ovarian cancer, and how it can negatively affect tumor growth and patient survival. Read More

Book Added to O'Brien Watch List

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Notre Dame Athletics | July 18, 2019 

NOTRE DAME, Ind. — University of Notre Dame senior quarterback Ian Book was selected to the 2019 Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award Watch List. 

The Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award is presented annually to the nation’s best college quarterback and is the oldest and most prestigious national quarterback award. Read More

Irish Exhibit at Snite Museum

Author: Daily Domer Staff

The Snite Museum of Art at the University of Notre Dame presents an exhibit featuring Irish artists titled “‘Looking at the Stars’: Irish Art at the University of Notre Dame,” on view beginning Aug. 17 (Saturday).  Read More