The Office of Public Relations is the designated liaison between the University and the media and, in that capacity, the entity that gathers and disseminates information that enhances understanding of the University’s mission and its accomplishments as a Catholic institution of higher learning.
The office also helps to publicize and handle media relations for major University events, works with faculty and administrators to provide media training and serves as a liaison between academic experts and print, broadcast and Web media. It additionally produces written and multi-media content, with a primary emphasis on video, in order to share Notre Dame’s stories with internal and external audiences.
Office of Public Relations
500 Grace Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556
fax: (574) 631-6767
(Note: For information regarding Athletics, contact the Athletic Media Relations Office.)
Julie Hail Flory, Director
Public Relations, Social Media, University News
Brittany Collins, News Program Manager
Shannon Chapla, Assistant Director
Michael Garvey, Assistant Director
William G. Gilroy, Assistant Director
Colleges of Engineering and Science
Liz Harter, Social Media Program Manager
Jane Morrow, News and Web Editor
Jillian Rucker, Office Assistant
Social-cultural anthropology, international migration, pluralism, European societies
International trade and finance, U.S and international economy
Economics of the family, economic demography, health economics
International relations, international security, political theory and international relations, and American foreign and defense policies.
Death penalty, free speech, school choice, Catholic social thought, church/state relations, religion in the public square, free exercise of religion, federalism and criminal law, Supreme Court, criminal defense, religious liberty, education reform
International criminal law, complex criminal litigation, terrorism, terrorist financing, anti-money laundering, organized crime
Management psychology, leadership personality, moods, emotions, and career and life success
New Testament Interpretation, Early Christian Martyrdom, Resurrection and Afterlife, Constructions of Disease and Disability in the Bible, Early Christian Origins.
Warfare, anthropology of war and peace, epicenters of conflict and peacebuilding, transnational crime, globalization, gender, culture theory
International law, international legal regulation of the use of force, conflict and dispute resolution