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2019 study abroad photo contest now open

Hillary Alamene’s photo from the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem won first place win the 2018 photo contest Notre Dame International’s study abroad photo contest is now accepting submissions for the 2019 cycle. Undergraduate students are encouraged to share their study abroad experiences and stories through engaging and inspiring photos. The...
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Felipe Fernandez-Armesto publishes book on the history of human imagination

Felipe Fernández-Armesto, William P. Reynolds professor of history at the University of Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters is the author of a new book on the journey of human imagination throughout history. Fernández-Armesto is currently teaching in London at the London Global Gateway
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G.K. Chesterton library acquired by London Global Gateway

The University of Notre Dame has entered into an agreement to acquire the G.K. Chesterton Library, which includes books, personal effects, art and other items related to the life of this renowned 20th-century English Catholic writer, orator, apologist and provocateur.
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Six students receive summer Gilman Scholarships to study abroad

Six students have been named Gilman Scholars for the summer 2019 academic cycle, tying a University record for the most Gilman Scholars in a single academic cycle and setting a University record for the most Gilman Scholars in a single academic year with 15.
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Notre Dame International announces the 2018-2019 faculty research grants

Michael Pippenger announced the new grant recipients at a special ceremony on April 30 Forty-six new collaborative international research grants have been awarded to Notre Dame faculty and research partners around the world. Notre Dame International hosted a special ceremony Tuesday, April 30 to honor and recognize the 2018-2019 recipients for...
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Rule of law: International conference project

Pictured (left to right): José Antonio Lozano Díez, Pablo González-Dominguez, Josefina Cortés Campos, Jorge Arturo Cerdio, Eduardo Román González Mexico needs data, transparency, stronger institutions, teaching reform and a sense of urgency in addressing the weak rule of law, a pressing subject in the country of 130 million that has...
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London Alumni Club wins Global Spirit Award 2018

During the annual Leadership Conference Awards Dinner, the Notre Dame Alumni Association awarded the Notre Dame Alumni Club of London the Global Spirit Award. The award recognizes an international club that has most distinguished itself through leadership and commitment to fulfilling the Alumni Association’s mission and supporting the University’s mission in...
Diane Foley Feature

Notre Dame to host conversation on journalism during violent conflict

Diane M. Foley, the mother of slain journalist James Foley, and Itai Anghel, Israeli correspondent and documentary filmmaker, will discuss reporting in places of dangerous conflict April 8 (Monday) from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the University of Notre Dame Eck Visitors Center auditorium. “An Evening Remembering James Foley: Journalism and...
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Professor Paolo Carozza appointed to Venice Commission

The U.S. Department of State recently appointed Notre Dame Law Professor Paolo Carozza to serve on the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe, a prestigious international body of lawyers, judges, academics and government officials.
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The Inspired Leadership Initiative explores Rome

The Inspired Leadership Initiative is a one-year program for accomplished leaders who have finished their traditional careers and come to Notre Dame to discern their next path in life. This year, fourteen fellows are immersing themselves in the rich academic resources of the University, both at the main campus and...