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Greater China Scholars Easter Celebration Dinner

Author: Miranda Ma

On April 3, 2018, the Greater China Scholars celebrated Easter together, learned about Catholic traditions and Jesus' resurrection, and shared reflections. This was possible through the generous support from the Our Lady of Perpetual Succor Global Endowment and the collaboration with Campus Ministry. …

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Notre Dame International announces joint research grant with Tel Aviv University

Author: Colleen Wilcox

The first recipients of the Schlindwein Family Tel Aviv University – Notre Dame Research Collaboration Grant collaboration have been announced. The funding of the grant was established by Tim Schlindwein, an alumnus of Notre Dame. Schlindwein played a key role in developing the relationship between the two institutions and furthering the research collaboration.

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NDI’S Roy Bronkema directs international students both in the office and on stage

Author: Colleen Wilcox

While ISSA's Roy Bronkema enjoys working with the international community by day, he’s also found himself in a similar role at night. The piano performance major recently served as the music director for South Bend Civic Theater’s performance of “In the Heights,” with music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

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Notre Dame International increases study abroad opportunities in Ireland this fall

Author: Colleen Wilcox

Nine students will travel to Ireland’s west coast this fall to participate in a new immersive Notre Dame International program in Galway City, Ireland. Students will take classes on the campus of The National University of Ireland – Galway (NUIG), which ranks among the top 2% of universities in the world.

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Why sociology, research, and travel have expanded an Arts and Letters pre-health major’s approach to medicine

Author: Teagan Dillon

When King Fok was 6 years old, he suffered from an orthopedic condition that caused him to spend two years on crutches. Uncovered by his health insurance, the condition was Fok’s first glimpse into how socioeconomic status impacts health care. That childhood experience informed his decision to major in Arts and Letters pre-health at the University of Notre Dame. As a future physician, he hopes to make medical care more efficient, inclusive, and accessible to all. A sociology class his freshman year helped him discover a perfect major to pair with pre-health.

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