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At the start of his interview with NDWorks, Rashied Omar, a research scholar of Islamic studies and peacebuilding, mentions he has been up since 5 a.m. “I’ve already run 10 kilometers (6 miles) at the gym and read my pre-dawn prayers,” he shares. The discipline to rise in the prime of the morning and get the most out of the...
Abraham Winitzer, the Jordan H. Kapson Associate Professor of Jewish Studies at Notre Dame, is one of two Notre Dame theology faculty that have a focus on Jewish studies, an area in which the department is giving new emphasis.
ILS graduate student Oliver Ortega weighs the University's role as a hotbed for Catholic thought against its notable lack of Latinx students.
You can find anything at Walmart. Nine years ago, I found a Russian. It was Aug. 11, 2010 and international students were arriving at Notre Dame. Our first meeting, though purely incidental, led to one of our family’s most rewarding relationships.
Join us to hear Gerardo M. Gonzalez, PhD, dean emeritus of the Indiana University School of Education and professor of educational leadership and policy studies, discuss his memoir, the story of one immigrant attaining the American Dream, told at a time when the fate of millions of refugees throughout the world, and Hispanics in the United States, especially his fellow...
This month is comprised of diverse and unique events and scholarly activities aimed to acknowledge the importance and educate the campus community about the intellectual richness that Latino communities provide to the U.S.
As a social demographer, Estela Rivero, a research associate within NDIGD’s Evidence and Learning Division, specializes in the formulation and implementation of research studies aimed at improving social interventions and programs.
As one of the most international cities in the world, students who spend time London are not only exposed to British culture, but to an incredibly international scene. Sganga took full advantage of this, throwing herself into trying new things and meeting new people.
The University of Notre Dame Fire Department recently welcomed Christi Shibata and Michelle Woolverton as the first full-time women firefighters in the department’s 140-year history.
The Building Bridges Mentoring Program assists the University’s underrepresented student population to succeed academically.
The new program honors graduates ages 32 and younger in recognition of their significant contributions and extraordinary dedication to making a difference.