What Would You Fight For? | Jan. 1, 2014 | University of Notre Dame
As 2014 begins, take a look at the great work Notre Dame students and faculty are doing to heal and unify a world in need:
Fighting for the Ethical Use of Technology: Notre Dame's Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values is addressing ethical questions about the development and use of weapons technology advancements.
Fighting to Build Bridges: Senior engineering student Luis Llanos knows firsthand how showing compassion and offering support can give people a brighter future and real hope for a prosperous life.
Fighting for Equal Education: Students' success in math determines their future success in school and in life.
Fighting to Protect the Sick: Researchers develop high-tech paper test cards to determine if medicines are genuine, leading to safer treatment of illness around the world.
Fighting to Cure Prostate Cancer: Hundreds of thousands of lives could be saved thanks in part to the research of Biological Sciences Professor Mark Suckow, who is developing prostate cancer vaccines from an individual’s specific tumors.
Fighting for Our Hometown: enFOCUS fellow Andrew Wiand, a graduate of Notre Dame's ESTEEM master's program in innovation and entrepreneurship, works to find solutions to real-world problems in the South Bend community that can be applied to other cities seeking urban revival.