News / Archives / September 1997

Wantchekon will deliver lectures on democracy and elections

Honnefelder will deliver lecture on Eurpoean human rights and biomedicine

South Bend middle school students will participate in high-tech program developed by Minority Engineering Program

New construction will begin in October for a new building for Ave Maria Press, Inc.

Notre Dame will offer a master of science in accountancy degree beginning in 1998

Office of Student Affairs will conduct survey to gauge the campus community's wants and needs for increased social space

Kerr will give lecture as part of the Donnelly Lecture Series on Employee Participation

Simpson photographs will be on exhibit at the Snite

Hoosiers playing prominent roles on current space shuttle mission to Mir

Skull of largest Tyrannosaur damaged by poachers

String Trio will perform Brahms quintets

Gurulé appointed to team that will conduct workshops on public corruption and organized crime in Armenia

Political scientists and public policy makers will gather to discuss the plight of Latin American children

Dwyer chosen to address the 1998 International Congress of Mathematicians

Horrowitz will give lecture as part of the Notre Dame Holocaust Project

McFarlane will perform a concert of Renaissance lute music

Auryn Quartet will present a concert of Schubert quartets

C-SPAN School Bus will visit Notre Dame

Final permit received for construction of new golf course

Ferrucci will deliver lecture in the 'Conversation on Dante' series

College of Engineering Industry Day

Sexton will be the keynote speaker at the President's Luncheon for Michiana Business Leaders

Schwartz and Blaich will perform cello and piano recital

Notre Dame ReSources

Crosson receives the Charles J. Sheedy Award

Takaki will give lecture on multicultural literacy

Mary Black Family Foundation scholarship will be dedicated with a Mass

Dr. Peretti has died after a short illness

Sr. Bruno will serve as chair of the Standing Committee on Gay and Lesbian Student Needs

One-way traffic patterns imposed earlier for football game