News / Archives / June 1997

Dill awarded the first Hammes scholarship

Professor Neimeyer has died

Supreme Court defends religious freedom, says Kmiec

Saracino named assistant provost for admission

Sr. Hilkert has received the first Sophia Award from the Washington Theological Union

Bishop Trautman has received the 1997 Michael T. Mathis Award

'In the House of Blue Leaves' has been selected as the winner of the Sullivan Prize for short fiction

National Science Foundation has awarded Notre Dame a grant for it to connect to its Very High Performance Backbone Network Service

Defamation claim against the University of Notre Dame and Coach Bob Davie has been dismissed

A tribute to the late John Houck will be held at Sacred Heart Parish Center

Center for Bioengineering and Pollution Control is changing its name

Link has taken the lead in creating the World Law Institute

Employees will be honored at the annual President's Staff Appriciation Dinner

Faculty promotions and advancements announced

Rickey's works will be on display at the Snite

Law School rated among the nation's elite in two new surveys

Twenty Notre Dame alumni will help Habitat for Humanity build a home

faculty members and rectors accorded special recognition at the annual president's dinner for faculty

Main building will be closed for two-year renovation and restoration

Baumer receives the John Cardinal O'Hara, C.S.C. Award

Twenty-fifth year of coeducation marked by the 1997 Notre Dame Women's Award of Achievement

Stroik says the architecture of post-Vatican II churches may resemble Catholicism's theological agenda

A scholarship has been established for members of the parish of Our Lady of the Lake in Holland, Michigan

Father McCafferty will be honored by Law School alumni, faculty, and staff on the 10th anniversary of his death

School of Architecture will conduct its first Summer Program in Architectural and Urban Design in Nauplion, Greece

McMeel will receive the Sorin Award

Committment received to increase the endowment of the Nanovic Center for European Studies

Notre Dame ReSources

Two significant milestones to be observed during the Alumni Association's Reunion Weekend

Dibble prints will be shown at the Snite