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Photo courtesy of John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin Earlier this year, Notre Dame Law School committed to supporting a consortium of Catholic law faculties and scholars in Central and Eastern Europe. Last week, the Law School and the University of Notre Dame’s Nanovic Institute for European Studies…
Over the last two years, flamenco has created connections between Spain and Notre Dame and between Notre Dame and South Bend, helping to build a community from neighbors.
The competitive research award provides seed money for Liu's work in condensed matter and quantum physics.
Dear Friends, May we celebrate the freedom and self-determination for African Americans that Juneteenth represents. And as we do so, here are a few links to the history of this holiday. Also, I highly recommend Natasha Trethewey's poem "Elegy for the Native Guards…
Notre Dame Law School’s Exoneration Justice Clinic has hired Notre Dame Law School alumna Lenora Popken ’20 J.D. as a legal fellow.
Notre Dame Law School hosted a special alumni event on June 6 in New York City with two legends from the Fighting Irish women’s basketball program. Muffet McGraw, who served as head women’s basketball coach at Notre Dame from 1987 to 2020, and Coquese Washington ’92, ’97 J.D., the head women’s basketball coach at Rutgers, sat down for a fireside chat with G....
Sophia Costanzo ’19 grew up in a Cuban American family that passed down their culture and tradition through oral storytelling. Now, as a filmmaker, Costanzo hopes to bring more Latina representation to the screen.
University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., made a statement regarding the Supreme Court’s decision on race-conscious admissions policies in higher education.
University of Notre Dame alumna Mary Rzepczynski, of Concord, Massachusetts, has been named a 2023 Yenching Scholar. She is Notre Dame’s 10th Yenching Scholar in the past eight years.
The Renaissance Bible was recently restored with the contribution of the University of Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway and Center for Italian Studies, as part of a collaboration between Notre Dame and the Historical Archive of the Jewish Community of Rome.
The new museum will include a suite of galleries dedicated to Indigenous Art of the Americas. The galleries open with the North American Art gallery and transition into Mesoamerican Art, followed by the Central and South American Art galleries.
Margaret Meserve, the Glynn Family Collegiate Professor of History and co-director of the Glynn Family Honors Program at the University of Notre Dame, has been appointed vice president and associate provost for academic space and support, effective July 1.…
Ronald Metoyer, a professor of computer science and engineering and associate dean for diversity and faculty development in the University of Notre Dame’s College of Engineering, has been appointed vice president and associate provost for teaching and learning, effective July 1.
RCLC staff member emeritus was one of five distinguished leaders in science, business, music and community service bestowed with honorary degrees during the 2023 ceremony and was nominated by University of Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. She’s also a local legend.
McKenna is currently the National Endowment for the Humanities and Teagle Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Notre Dame, where she teaches classes on the history of science and gender.Since the days of undergraduate studies, McKenna was fascinated by women authors and their active involvement in civic and politics.
Ida Addo's capstone project builds on her interest in examining the welfare of marginalized groups across the world and the characteristics of the barriers they face. In London, she conducted research on the policies and urbanscapes that have contributed to the hindrance of economic progress among Afro-Caribbeans in the UK.
“Let us recommit ourselves as the Notre Dame community to treating every person with dignity and as a beloved child of God,” Jenkins said.
Find out more about the history of the observance as well as resources to support LGBTQ+ community on Notre Dame’s campus and beyond.
A group of migrants at a shelter near Puebla, Mexico, sat in a circle of chairs and stared nervously across at five students from Eva Dziadula's Economics of Immigration class and a few other Notre Dame students studying abroad there.…
The Class of 2027 includes a record 20.5 percent of first generation and Pell recipients, including 96 students admitted through the QuestBridge National College Match program. The class also represents a historic multicultural composition, with 42 percent identifying as U.S. students of color or international. Students currently reside in all 50 states and 48 nations.