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Storm the Stadium at Notre Dame on July 4

Storm the Stadium at Notre Dame on July 4

The Office of Military and Veterans Affairs will host the ultimate stair-climbing challenge with proceeds benefiting the University’s military-connected students.

Mind-bending method to boost employee satisfaction

Mind-bending method to boost employee satisfaction

Looking for a way to break out of the cubicle and get to know your neighbors? A good old-fashioned field day may be in order. That’s how College of Science administrators responded to staff feedback from the 2016 ND Voice, the employee engagement survey administered every two years

Natural bacterial proteins may prove viable alternatives to antibiotics

Natural bacterial proteins may prove viable alternatives to antibiotics

Tiny proteins found in the genomes of some types of bacteria are effective weapons against a wide range of other bacteria, opening the door for the development of new therapies in the age of antibiotic resistance, according to new research at the University of Notre Dame.

Dovichi Honored with 2018 AES Lifetime Achievement Award

Dovichi Honored with 2018 AES Lifetime Achievement Award

  Norman Dovichi, Grace-Rupley Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has been selected as the 2018 winner of the American Electrophoresis Society (AES) Lifetime Achievement Award.  The award will be presented at SciX 2018 in October in Atlanta, Georgia .

Notre Dame launches Amazon Alexa news channel

Notre Dame launches Amazon Alexa news channel

The Notre Dame News skill on the Amazon Alexa app includes a brief summary of the latest news stories about University research, faculty expertise and accolades, community partnerships, student success and more.

Mapping the burden of cholera in sub-Saharan Africa

Mapping the burden of cholera in sub-Saharan Africa

Sean Moore, a research assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and the Eck Institute for Global Health, has coauthored a paper mapping the incidence of cholera in Africa, a critical step in the World Health Organization’s goal of reducing cholera deaths by 90 percent over the next decade....

Women’s basketball walk-on aspires to be orthopedic surgeon

Women’s basketball walk-on aspires to be orthopedic surgeon

Kaitlin Cole, like many other sophomores in the College of Science, intends to go to medical school after graduation. She also has dreams of becoming an orthopedic surgeon. Unlike many other aspiring doctors, however, Cole has a rigorous athletics schedule — as a member of the Notre Dame women’s top-five NCAA...