News / Archives / 2001

Executive MBA Program ranked 30th worldwide by Financial Times

Manly establishes endowments for materials research

Conference views stability, change in American schools

Father Scully appointed to Wilson Council

Geddes elected to second term as chair of Badin Guild

The End Game In Central Asia

New Summer Shakespeare production to feature Bloom, Bedford

Lecture series examines risks of privatizing Social Secuirty

Theologian to serve as omsbudsperson for discriminatory harassment

Cardinal Mahoney and Archbishop Weakland to participate in ND Church architecture symposium

University urges safety precautions in handling suspicious packages

Walsh to deliver Hofman lecture

Wall Street Journal editorial writer to speak on campus,The Relevance of Just-War Principles after Sept. 11

Gandhi's grandaughter in Kroc Institute panel discussion on peace in South Africa

Rev. Eugene Rivers to speak on campus

Symposium to highlight dedication of Malloy Hall

Institute for Church Life expands distance learning program

Statement from Father Malloy concerning enforcement of the University's disciplinary policy

THEOLOGIAN CUNNINGHAM TO EXPLORE MODERN SPIRITUALITY

Collection of essays analyzes 12th century Jewish and Christian relations

Notre Dame and St. Mary's to participate in One Can Food Drive

New photography exhibit documents Latino community

240 students to participate in fall break service-learning projects

Hardball host Matthews to speak on campus Oct. 15

Writer David Matlin to give presentation Oct. 9

Visiting mathematics professor to present two lectures

Blue Mass for NY rescue workers to be celebrated at Notre Dame

Face to face with jihad; In studying Islamic fervor, Notre Dame professor redefines `hands-on-research'

Kaneb opens learning center, faculty lounge

TV documentary on Jewish-Christian relations features two graduates