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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...
Paolo Carozza Feature

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...
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Brexit and the Future of British-Irish Relations

On Thursday, February 28th and Friday March 1, 2019, the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies hosted a conference with a focus on “Brexit and the Future of British-Irish Relations” in collaboration with the Moore Institute at NUI Galway and the Mitchell Institute at Queen’s University Belfast.
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Chinese Culture Society hosts Chinese New Year events for students

Students from the Chinese Culture Society organized a special event to celebrate the Chinese New Year on February 8, 2019. At the North and South Dining Halls on campus, all students were invited to celebrate the year of the pig with festive decorations and traditional Asian cuisine. The menu included...
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Lost voices of slaves, sung and spoken, to be featured during London panel  

On Feb. 14, Sophie White, associate professor of American studies at Notre Dame, together with a group of musicians, activists and academics, including the composer Odaline de la Martinez, will participate in a panel discussion at the London Global Gateway titled “Voices of the Enslaved: Tales of Love and Longing."
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Interested in studying abroad next year? There are programs still available

Would you enjoy a trek through Jordan by camelback or visiting holy sites in Nazareth and Bethlehem? Interested in studying abroad in the most populated urban area in the world? What about exploring a vibrant European city known for its international literary festivals? The adventures are endless for those interested...
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Professor Umesh Garg brings the science of stars to Europe

Notre Dame Professor and Nuclear Physicist Umesh Garg spent last semester as a visiting faculty member at the London Global Gateway, and no one could accuse him of taking it easy. In three short months, Garg was invited to give ten talks on his research in five different countries, including Sweden,...
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Applications for summer study abroad programs due February 1

Notre Dame International is reminding students to submit summer study abroad program applications by Friday, February 1. There are more than 20 programs open for summer 2019 and available to students from every college and major.…
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Students compete for a “trip of a lifetime” in the Galápagos Islands

Two College of Science faculty members are inviting students to compete and apply for a trip to the Galápagos Islands. Six students will be chosen to trace the steps that Charles Darwin took on his path to discovery. The week-long trip takes place August 3-9 and is open to Notre...
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ND community invited to 4th Annual Walk the Walk Week

The Notre Dame community will mark the beginning of the fourth annual Walk the Walk Week and Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration on Sunday, January 20 with a Candlelight Prayer Service, led by Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., in the Main Building Rotunda at 11:00 p.m. All are welcome to this interfaith service.…
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Beyond the Dome: Notre Dame's commitment to internationalization

To prepare students for leadership roles in a changing global landscape, we are bringing Notre Dame to the world and the world to Notre Dame….” -President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. There is power in that statement. Intention. The message is also tangible. The University’s commitment to internationalization is demonstrated...
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Burns appointed as honorary professor at top Chinese university

Peter Burns, Henry J. Massman professor, concurrent professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and director of the Center for Sustainable Energy and director of the Actinide Center of Excellence, was appointed as an Honorary Professor at Xi’an Jiaotong University in China.