News / Archives / January 2002

University apprentice chef to represent U.S. at world conference

Career Center to host Winter Career and Internship Fair

Area girls to explore science and math at Ms. Wizard Day

Notre Dame Magazine article featured in spiritual anthology

Farmworkers to speak about fast food profits and poverty

Notre Dame professors featured in book exploring religion and scholarship

Law professor, Steven Smith, published new book

Economist Ghilarducci to provide congressional testimony

WNDU president elected to board of Michiana Telecasting

Sophomore Literary Festival Takes Place Feb. 6 - 12

No way to repay man who's given much

McGowan Fund supports two MBA scholarships

An Unlikely Coach

Government department changes name to political science

Irish studies spring lecture series begins Jan. 25

Nicholas Sparks to present reading on campus Jan. 30

Lennon honored for work with multicultural alumni

NYC homeless advocate and local artist to receive alumni honors

FAMILY GAMES: Aggressive parents make poor sports

Government professor to lecture on Central Asian security

Sheridan awarded NSF grant

Memorial Mass for Father Minamiki

New members added to 11 advisory councils

Student Film Festival to begin Jan. 24

Peace quilt to highlight Martin Luther King celebration

Sept. 11 attacks integrated into spring course offerings

Portrait of Money

2 management professors receive award for MP3 study

Mixing an Irish stew: When Notre Dame creates an opening for a football coach, speculation becomes the name of the game

African art exhibit at the Snite