News / Archives / April 1997

Father Malloy will preside at memorial service for Ciraolo

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Graduate program in mathematics ranked in the top tier by the National Research Council

A live telecast of 'Generations: A Celebration of Notre Dame' can be viewed at the Center for Continuing Education

The University has received a grant from the Jessie Ball duPont Foundation

Ground will be broken for the new Eck Center

Bradshaw named director of undergraduate studies in the London program

Francis will become the assistant provost for internationl studies

Inventions of Africans and African-Americans will be showcased in the Stepan Center

Strickland will receive the 1997 Sandeen Poetry Prize

The annual Opera Workshop will present performances of 'La serva padrona' and 'L'Enfant et les sortilèges'

The American Journal of Jurisprudence has received a grant to fund an associate editor, conference, and lecture series

Scholastic has won a Peacemaker Award from the Associated Collegiate Press

Andreichuk designated Luce Scholar

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Brother Roger will receive the 1996 Notre Dame Award

Father Malloy will preside at the blessing of Smith's house

Roche has been chosen the new dean of the College of Arts and Letters

Search for three-generation Domers

New identification cards will be issued beginning this summer

The Financial Aid and Student Accounts offices have been merged into the Student Financial Services office

Mainwaring will become the new director of the Kellogg Institute for International Studies

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The University has received a grant to establish the Walther Cancer Institute Center of Excellence

Department of Communications and Theatre will finish the season with 'The Grapes of Wrath'

Dole will deliver a speech at the Joyce Center

Notre Dame's distance learning program will be featured on CNBC

Pieronek and Bolanz appointed associate directors of the Law School's Office of Career Services and Law School Relations

The Law School's Center for Civil and Human Rights has received a grant to continue its program in the former Yugoslavia

Gabriel will deliver lecture on early academic printing