News / Archives / February 2002

Group Cites Rising Nuclear Policy Fears in Resetting 'Doomsday Clock'

Harvard scholar wins inaugural $20,000 Erasmus Institute Book Prize

Creative Writing Program to sponsor upcoming readings

Printmaker Artemio Rodriguez to visit Notre Dame

Alumni filmmakers awarded prestigious prize for first feature film

Science and engineering science fair to take place March 2

U.S.-Asian linkage in films to be topic

Government chair McAdams appointed Nanovic Institute director

Kroc scholar announces 2-minute advance for Doomsday Clock

New McGrath Scholars Program assists Latin American students

Law School professor receives Fulbright Scholarship

Fisher-Price gift to benefit child neglect research

Doomsday Clock to be reset by Notre Dame professor

Tragic Russian poet subject of professor's new book

Lee Hamilton to lecture on American foreign policy

Enron collapse to be examined in new course

Former Indian military leader to speak on danger of nuclear war

Collegiate Jazz Festival comes to campus this week

Kroc Institute fellow to lecture on South Africa

Nancy Savoca to discuss her film, Household Saints

Career conference for girls to take place April 27

Robinson Community Learning Center celebrates one-year anniversary

Students encamp and pray for Afghan refugees

Panel to discuss Russia after Sept. 11

Singaporean films to be featured at festival Feb. 23-25

Notre Dame Celebrates National TRIO Day

Engineering lecture series to feature Carlson

Engineering lecture series to feature Carlson

Finance department rated among top 10 worldwide

Bassard to speak on Harper's poetry