New book examines global impact of leaders on Communist Party

Aitape skull likely belongs to world’s oldest tsunami victim

Former CIA director Gen. Michael Hayden to deliver Kelly-Weiss Lecture

Access to education, changing gender roles driving more men into nursing, study shows

Researchers find sharp decline in poverty in the US despite report from Census Bureau

Campaigns to reduce elective early-term births effective, study finds

NIH awards $3.5 million to Shaw Center for Children and Families

Fulbright foreign language teachers to receive academic, cultural training at Notre Dame

Professor’s talk on American oil interests to air on C-SPAN 3

Record 38 students and alumni receive Fulbright Awards for 2017-2018

Thirty-five seniors receive national and international scholarships and fellowships

Nation’s largest chamber music competition to take place May 12-14

New, viable female politicians become role models for women, study finds

Researchers propose new diagnostic model for psychiatric disorders

School vouchers bring more money to Catholic schools — but at a cost, study finds

‘The Frankenstein effect’ of working memory: Researchers examine how brain stimulation affects memory reactivation

Are SIDS and colic related? Researchers propose new theory

First-ever national catalog of protest data gives researchers more complete picture of events

LEO’s James Sullivan presents homelessness prevention study on Capitol Hill

Emergency financial aid from call centers effectively prevents homelessness