News / Archives / November 2002

University No. 1 in percentage of students studying abroad

University celebrates 1 millionth Eck Visitors' Center guest

Debate Team sweeps tournament

Researchers receive NSF nanoscale science grants

Professor to coordinate UN effort in South Africa

Endowments created in honor of Coach Dennis Stark

Chicago Tribune: Notre Dame professor wins national teaching award

Chemist named U.S. Professor of the Year

Chemist named U.S. Professor of the Year

Presidential commission honors Rep. Roemer

'61 graduate confirmed as chair of National Labor Relations Board

News and Information appoints assistant director

New business plan competition puts focus on family firms

Saturday lecture to explore link between art and the divine

Former Illinois judge to speak against death penalty

International gathering at Notre Dame examines "Option for the Poor in Christian Theology"

Controversial poet to speak at Notre Dame

Car featured in new James Bond film to be on display

Medical ethicist to speak on human cloning

Professors' design for Pentagon memorial earns praise

Five graduates to address Seng symposium on economic

Wall Street Journal: Faith, Hope and Litigation

Chesterton's ND visit remembered

Business leaders to lecture on corporate responsibility

Harry Potter books, films to be celebrated Nov. 14 at bookstore

Graduate Student Union receives national recognition

Carnegie president Schulman outlines perspectives on quality of higher education

Nieuwland lecturer to offer a mathematical view of elections

The Associated Press: Study Identifies Foreign Fish That May Invade Great Lakes

Notre Dame researchers develop model for predicting invasive species