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Two Arts and Letters Students Receive Gilman Scholarship to Study Abroad

Two students from Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters—Bright Gyamfi and Ray’Von Jones—have been awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad. The Gilman Scholarship is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The nationally competitive award aims to diversify the...

2014: Year in Review

The calendar year 2014 was filled with many notable moments of accomplishment, celebration and reflection at the University of Notre Dame. Here are some of them.

Students at London Global Gateway Perform Julius Caesar at Globe

On Thursday, December 4, the London Undergraduate Program’s Playing Shakespeare class commenced the end of semester celebrations with a performance of selected scenes from Julius Caesar at Shakespeare’s Globe, the iconic open-air theatre.…

Da Som Kim Wins November Student Blog Competition

Congratulations to Da Som Kim who is the winner of November's student blog competition! Her blog post about study spaces in London will be an excellent resource for her classmates and future London Global Gateway students.  Read the blog again…

Alex Coccia Named Rhodes Scholar

Alex Coccia, a 2014 University of Notre Dame graduate, has been selected to the American Rhodes Scholar Class of 2015. A Columbus, Ohio native, Coccia was selected from a pool of 877 candidates who had been nominated by their colleges and universities. He is Notre Dame’s 15th Rhodes Scholar and...

Implications of Dignity for International Development Explored at Rome Conference

The University of Notre Dame’s Kellogg Institute for International Studies has launched a major new project examining the role of human dignity in the work of international human development by bringing together 25 leading development practitioners and scholars from around the world to an October 22­-25 conference at the University’s...

Nicole Sganga: Going Global in Search of Stories

Senior Nicole Sganga spent part of summer 2014 traveling in Myanmar and reporting with New York Times journalist Nicholas Kristof after winning the “Win a Trip with Nick” contest. While in Myanmar, she wrote and video-d her way through encounters with Rohingya Muslims living under protracted persecution in internment camps....

Naughton Gift Fuels Research on Both Sides of the Atlantic

The Naughton Fellowship program allows students with a background in, or aptitude for, STEM fields to experience international research and educational opportunities through a funded exchange program involving the University of Notre Dame and four of Ireland’s leading research universities.

Roots and Ruins Student Poster Fair

Yesterday evening, a group of students who traveled to the north of England came together to present their project work to their classmates, and London Global Gateway staff and faculty members.

Halal Meat Now Available in ND Student Dining Halls

Halal meat is now available in Notre Dame student dining halls, thanks to a cooperative effort between Notre Dame dining staff, Muslim undergraduate students, and Notre Dame International.

NSF Funds V-Dem Research on Consequences of Democratization

The National Science Foundation has awarded $277,000 to three members of the Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) team for research that uses new data to identify the impact of specific types of democracy on economic development and infrastructure. A $77,588 share of the grant goes to Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow Michael...