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Physics major Nicole Lee is a Greater China Scholar and Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar. Originally from Malaysia, she grew up in Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai and Hong Kong.
The Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights has announced a new initiative, With Voices True, to collect and record the voices of the Notre Dame community on the topic of race.
The competitive bidding program has been expanded to stimulate the participation of small, women-owned, veteran-owned, disadvantaged and minority-owned businesses in formal Request for Proposals (RFPs) for University purchases exceeding $150,000.
The University’s commitment to internationalization is demonstrated through the opening of the Keough School of Global Affairs in 2017, Notre Dame’s first new school in nearly a century; the development of diverse academic programs and study abroad opportunities; the recruitment of more international students and faculty; the financial support of collaborative and innovative faculty research abroad; and the deepening existing...
Notre Dame will celebrate Black History Month with events including lectures, discussions and performances throughout February.
Notre Dame anthropologist Alex Chávez’s first book, Sounds of Crossing: Music, Migration, and the Aural Poetics of Huapango Arribeño, has earned three prestigious awards in the fields of anthropology and ethnomusicology.
Kyle Sturges works in Undergraduate Admissions as senior assistant director of international admissions. For faculty and staff, he founded Spectrum, the University’s LGBTQ and Ally Employee Resource Group.
Moreno — an American actress, dancer and singer of Puerto Rican descent — is the first and only Latina to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony (EGOT), and she will be the special guest of Notre Dame’s Institute for Latino Studies next month as part of its Transformative Latino Leadership Lecture Series.
Global Citizen Year is an eight-month global immersion and leadership development program conducted during the year between a student’s graduation from high school and entering a university.
The series of 75 essays includes the first African American to graduate from Notre Dame in 1947 as well as a member of the class of 2017. .