Two students from the University of Notre Dame have received fellowships through the Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics' Berry Family Foundation Graduate Fellowship Program.
Twenty-three students and faculty have been announced as awardees of the Naughton Fellowships for 2020.
The medical communications company MedThink partnered with two different groups of students in Notre Dame’s Online Master of Data Science program. The partnership, which represents two of the seven capstone projects completed by 2020 final semester master’s degree students, helped students use what they learned in the 21-month program to develop...
The University of Notre Dame will revise its application requirements for the Class of 2025 as part of a one-year pilot program with the option of expanding to future terms.
Graham Peaslee’s team tested more than 30 samples of used and unused PPE from six specialty textile manufacturers in the United States and found them to be treated extensively with PFAS or constructed with fluoropolymers, a type of PFAS used to make textiles oil and water resistant.
“The Supreme Court ruled on technical grounds what we applaud on moral ones. It invalidated the heartless cancellation of the DACA program, which needlessly put at risk thousands who entered the U.S. as minors and who knew America as their only home. "
A new study from the University of Notre Dame shows drugs used to treat high cholesterol could interfere with the way breast cancer cells adapt to the microenvironment in the brain, preventing the cancer from taking hold. Patients with breast cancer who experience this type of metastasis typically survive for...
Dan Gezelter, professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has been named associate dean for undergraduate studies for the University of Notre Dame College of Science, effective July 1, 2020.
As Notre Dame’s laboratories went into hibernation in March, many researchers from various fields — chemistry, engineering, political science, psychology, education — looked for ways to pivot their own work toward furthering knowledge into how COVID-19, the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, works, how it’s transmitted, and how our country and...
Nirupama Sensharma, who plans to graduate in 2021 with her doctoral degree in physics from the University of Notre Dame, is passionate about nuclear science and wants to make sure the public understands the benefits of deriving energy from nuclear power. Her message: Be not afraid.
Jason Rohr, the Ludmilla F., Stephen J., and Robert T. Galla College Professor of Biological Sciences, will step into the role of chair of the department effective July 1, 2020.
He and his team will be studying materials and systems that exhibit transient states and enable properties of material formation in the presence of a fuel or light source, which fall apart when the fuel is consumed or the light is turned off.
Mary E. Galvin, William K. Warren Foundation Dean of the College of Science, addressed the issue of inequality with the students, faculty, and staff of the college: Like many of you, I am deeply saddened by the recent killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery and by this...
Sergei Rouvimov, associate research professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and transmission electron microscopy program director for the Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility passed away on May 29, 2020 after battling ALS for over a year.
Sarv Devara has been named director of Notre Dame California, a program created in 2015 to strengthen and broaden the University’s myriad connections in the nation’s most populous state.
The South Bend Regional Chamber, in collaboration with the Young Professionals Network (YPN) South Bend, has announced the names of the 40 honorees selected as members of the 2020 class of Michiana Forty under 40. The program, in its 14th year, recognizes professionals, executives and leaders, under the age of...
In response to the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers, Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., joined other local clergy, elected officials and community leaders at an interdenominational prayer rally today at the Jon R. Hunt Memorial Plaza in downtown South Bend.
Mark Berends, professor of sociology and director of the Center for Research on Educational Opportunity, has been named an associate vice president for research.
Men with penile squamous cell cancer could benefit from a combined approach to their cancer therapy, because targeted chemotherapy or immunotherapy alone – which may work for other kinds of cancers – is not effective for this cancer, according to a study by University of Notre Dame researchers and collaborators.