Margaret Fosmoe | July 18, 2013 | South Bend Tribune
The University of Notre Dame is considering establishing a School of International Affairs.
The idea has been discussed among some top administrators for about three years, according to R. Scott Appleby, director of the university's Kroc Center for International Peace Studies and a history professor. He has been appointed director of academic planning for the proposed school by Provost Thomas G. Burish.
This is part of a broader discussion about how Notre Dame can play a larger role in global and international affairs, Appleby said Wednesday.