With a mysterious virus encroaching, Rome Global Gateway Executive Director Silvia Dall’Olio takes quick action to get students to safety
Dall’Olio is getting high marks from the University for how she reacted, keeping a cool head and taking all the right measures as the world’s second major COVID-19 hotspot was exploding around her.
Panelists discuss ‘perplexing issues’ around Brexit at Notre Dame London Law Program forum
The event was designed to introduce international journalists to the Notre Dame Gateway and Notre Dame London Law Program in conjunction with the Board of Trustees meeting on Thursday (Nov. 7).
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...
Mothers of Mexico’s missing accept 2018 Notre Dame Award
A grassroots group of mothers searching for their missing loved ones in Mexico’s Gulf state of Veracruz received the 2018 Notre Dame Award Tuesday for their tireless work on behalf of victims of drug violence and dedication to seeking truth.
Father Jenkins to present Notre Dame Award in Mexico to Colectivo Solecito
A grassroots group of mothers searching for their missing loved ones in Mexico’s Gulf state of Veracruz will be honored Tuesday (Oct. 16) by the University for tireless work on behalf of victims of drug violence and for dedication to seeking truth.