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My South Bend Summer: Sister Maura Brannick, CSC, Health Center

My South Bend Summer: Sister Maura Brannick, CSC, Health Center

Notre Dame is mission-oriented, most recently admitting a first-year class where 87% of students participated in community service in high school. Community work manifests itself not only in Notre Dame’s applicant pool, but also in its curriculum, clubs, and research. In fact, Notre Dame students, faculty, and staff clock in...

Researchers in chemistry, engineering, physics and biological sciences honored by AAAS

Researchers in chemistry, engineering, physics and biological sciences honored by AAAS

Five faculty members at the University of Notre Dame have been elected by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) as lifetime fellows. The fellows include Patricia A. Champion, Jon P. Camden, Yih-Fang Huang, Ahsan Kareem and Rebecca Surman. All are being recognized for scientifically and socially distinguished achievements...

Notre Dame Research announces 2022 Internal Grant Awardees

Notre Dame Research announces 2022 Internal Grant Awardees

The Notre Dame Research Internal Grants Program awards, which aim to support faculty researchers and programs that advance the University’s research, scholarly output, and creative endeavor through a competitive funding process, have been announced for fall semester 2022. Three types of grants were awarded during this cycle: the Faculty Research...

New scholarship now available for summer study abroad students

New scholarship now available for summer study abroad students

Notre Dame International (NDI) has secured funding that will provide financial support to Notre Dame students studying abroad during the summer 2023 semester. ExpaNDIng Global Access will provide opportunities for Notre Dame students to participate in enriching faculty-led study abroad programs during the summer. The fund is meant to expand...

Shaping history: Notre Dame sculptor crafts medallion for Rev. Carrier Medal

Shaping history: Notre Dame sculptor crafts medallion for Rev. Carrier Medal

Sculptor Miklós Simon’s studio in the Holy Cross Annex building near St. Mary’s Lake is every bit what you’d imagine. It’s gritty, dusty and scattered with an almost macabre tableau of parts and pieces — of molds and busts perched in corners, of heads and hands resting on tables, of...