News / Archives / October 2014

Campus Crossroads: Student Center and Rec Sports facility reflects commitment to the whole student

Notre Dame’s junior faculty achieve record success in nationally competitive awards

Former prime minister of Poland to deliver 2014 Nanovic Forum Lecture

United Way kick off in October

Waldo Mikels-Carrasco: Supporting the United Way

Live United, a United Way-ACC partnership

Two Spanish architects win the Rafael Manzano Architecture Prize

New study identifies potential targets for personalized cancer vaccines

Cardinal Müller among speakers at fall conference of Center for Ethics and Culture

IT maintenance

'Gay in Christ' conference to be held at Notre Dame

Pope Paul VI, an old friend of Father Hesburgh, one step closer to sainthood

Notre Dame sociologist explores enduring influence of Ku Klux Klan in contemporary political polarization

Groundbreaking ceremony held at Ignition Park site of Notre Dame Turbomachinery Facility

Boler, Parseghian families endow Center for Rare and Neglected Diseases at Notre Dame

Notre Dame faculty share research discoveries on NPR's 'Science Friday'

Center for STEM Education launches Trustey Family STEM Teaching Fellows Program

College of Arts and Letters and College of Science launch new major in neuroscience and behavior

Notre Dame sociologists explore the paradox of generosity

Campus Crossroads: Economic development: Solid impact

New paper examines the significant social strategies in human communication

Carl Anderson and the Knights of Columbus to receive Notre Dame’s 2015 Evangelium Vitae Medal

Groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate $35 million gift from McCourtneys for research facility

Notre Dame to establish Keough School of Global Affairs; Scott Appleby appointed founding dean

Software program mines, analyzes digitized documents

Venezuelan maestro receives final Notre Dame Prize for Distinguished Public Service in Latin America

ND Expert: Hong Kong movement unlike any other