Visitors coming to campus for this weekend’s football game against Duke University will find a variety of events to take part in, from lectures to concerts to tours.
Responding to the United States Postal Service’s announcement Tuesday (Sept. 20) that it will issue a stamp next year honoring the late Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., University of Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., said: “It’s fitting that the United States recognizes Father Hesburgh’s contributions to our nation and the world in a medium that will literally transport his legacy to households across America and around the world.”
The Alliance for Catholic Education has established a spectrum of educational opportunities aimed at supporting the needs of all learners.
In a recent paper published in EPJ Data Science, University of Notre Dame researchers study how organizations can quantify decision making in data science.
Visitors coming to campus for this weekend’s football game against Michigan State University will find a variety of events to take part in, from lectures to concerts to tours.
According to Kim Rollings, assistant professor in the University of Notre Dame’s School of Architecture, dining environments can have even more serious consequences for eating behaviors, and in an article published recently in the journal Environment and Behavior she and Nancy Wells, an environmental psychologist from Cornell University, describe some of them.
The focus of NDIGD’s research, under Dexis’ Monitoring and Evaluation Support for Collaborative Learning and Adapting program, will be to conduct rigorous impact evaluations of USAID/Honduras programs related to citizen security, workforce development and food security.
In a reflective, frank and often wryly humorous conversation with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Monday night (Sept. 12) at the University of Notre Dame’s Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center, the justice offered insights into her upbringing, judicial philosophy and hopes for the future of the court.
U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Ann Claire Williams, a Notre Dame alumna and Trustee, asked Ginsburg a series of questions on a wide range of issues.
Cindy Bergeman looks at how daily stressors take a toll on long-term health.
The group received an award from the National Science Foundation to support their research with the CMS detector at CERN.
New FTT assistant professor Matthew Payne brings humanistic focus to study of video games.