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Notre Dame suspends spring 2020 programming in Hong Kong

Notre Dame suspends spring 2020 programming in Hong Kong

The University of Notre Dame announced Wednesday (Nov. 20) that it has suspended spring 2020 programming at three Hong Kong universities because escalating violence poses an unacceptable risk to the 14 Notre Dame students slated to attend classes there.

Notre Dame's infrastructure for machine learning to be expanded

Notre Dame's infrastructure for machine learning to be expanded

The University of Notre Dame is bolstering cyberinfrastructure that will support greater access to machine learning. Four professors in the College of Science were awarded a two-year grant through the National Science Foundation (NSF) that will establish the creation of a pool of new computer nodes dedicated to providing researchers with new...

Doctoral student recognized for research on traumatic brain injuries

Doctoral student recognized for research on traumatic brain injuries

The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) selected fourth-year doctoral student James Hentig for the inaugural class of their highly-competitive Leadership Development Program, as well as a Trainee Professional Development Award. The society recognized Hentig's work on curing traumatic brain injuries, informed by his own experience in the U.S. Army.

Fighting to Understand the Scientific Impact of Community

Fighting to Understand the Scientific Impact of Community

Fighting to understand the scientific impact of community: Elizabeth Archie, associate professor of biology, focuses on the interaction between social behavior and health and survival. How, Archie wonders, can a baboon’s social life impact things like lifespan, parasite risk, fertility and gut microbiomes?