Events

Greater China Scholars Weekend

Friday, March 17 – Sunday, March 19, 2017
Grand Hyatt Beijing
1 East Chang An Avenue
Beijing, China, 100738

The Greater China Scholars Program, one of the University’s largest scholarship programs for international students, provides undergraduate scholarship funding and programmatic support for a select group of students from the Greater China region .

During the 7th Annual Greater China Scholars Weekend, scholarship finalists, representing the top three percent of applicants from the Greater China region, are interviewed by a selection committee comprised of Notre Dame parents, alumni, faculty, and administrators. These program finalists demonstrate exceptional academic achievement, a strong commitment to the betterment of society, and a promising capacity for global leadership.  

The Weekend concludes with a Celebration Dinner that brings together the Notre Dame community of parents, alumni, students, and friends to celebrate their support of Notre Dame’s educational mission and the Greater China Scholars program. Dr. Michael Pippenger, Vice President and Associate Provost for Internationalization, will deliver the Keynote Address at the Greater China Scholars Weekend’s Celebration Dinner.

The Greater China Scholars Program is made possible through the generous support of parents and alumni, in addition to the Li Ka Shing Foundation and the HS Chau Foundation, which provide full scholarships for the Program on an annual basis.

Notre Dame chemistry and biochemistry faculty will be in Beijing to interview Ph.D. candidates

University of Notre Dame chemistry and biochemistry faculty will be in Beijing January 10-12, 2017, to interview candidates for Ph.D. programs.

The Ph.D. program in chemistry encompasses all areas of modern chemical research, including organic physical, inorganic and analytic chemistry. The Ph.D. program in biochemistry is designed to train students in the chemical underpinnings of biological processes, and encompasses all areas of modern biochemistry, from cell and molecular biology to computational biophysics. Both programs are characterized by an unsurpassed commitment to the development of graduate students into well-rounded scientists who can take on leadership roles in industry, higher education, or government.

Students are strongly encouraged to finish an online application in order to receive an individual invitation to interview. Offers can be made onsite. Please email one of the contacts listed below to reserve your interview timeslot. Walk-in applicants will also be welcome if interview slots are still available on that same day.

Program Contacts:
Professor Haifeng Gao (Organic Chemistry): hgao@nd.edu
Professor Vlad Iluc (Inorganic Chemistry): viluc@nd.edu
Professor John Parkhill (Physical and Analytical Chemistry): john.parkhill@nd.edu

Learn more at chemistry.nd.edu

2016 Discover Notre Dame – Hong Kong

Learn more about Notre Dame’s scholarships and undergraduate academic opportunities with the University of Notre Dame’s Head of International Admissions.

Session I: Friday, October 21, 5:00-8:00 PM

Session II: Saturday, October 22, 10 AM-3 PM

Lason Place Hotel, 1/F Murano Room
133 Leighton Road
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Call Catherine Leung (+852-55176986), Notre Dame’s Director for Hong Kong, to reserve your meeting time.

2016 Discover Notre Dame – Shanghai

Saturday, October 22, 2016, 2:00-4:00pm
VIP room II, 3rd Floor, Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai
500 Weihai Road, Jing’an District

Register now for the information session with Notre Dame Undergraduate Admissions, China Parents Association and Alumni to learn more about the University of Notre Dame.