News / Archives / 2002

Labor History Film Series to begin Sept. 2

Study finds ECNs benefit investors

Exhibition of 19th century photographs at Snite

McInerny receives Roncesvalles award

CEST receives grant to study pollution by catalytic converters

NYSE newsletter features study by ND finance professor

Associate VP Hoye appointed to NCAA appeals committee

University bars campus tailgating during games

Cunningham to present Hesburgh Lecture in Southern California

Symposium to examine mathematical theory of networks and systems

Pope-Davis appointed assistant vice president for graduate studies

Academic year to open with faculty convocation, all-campus events

Kareem Receives Cermak Medal

New book by Father Groody on spiritual life of Hispanic immigrants

L.G.Balfour Foundation supports ND's Frazier Thompson scholarship

Snite receives painting of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Arya receives 2002 SGI Award

O'Rourke to deliver lecture in San Diego

Electrical engineering professor awarded grant

Study finds concerns about Nasdaq trading systems unfounded

The Value-Stock Advantage May Be Just a Mirage

New report details vision for addressing HIV/AIDS crisis

Michael Lykoudis appointed chair of the School of Architecture

Lisa Sedor, Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award

Dean to deliver Hesburgh Lecture in Wichita

Alumni Association leaders begin terms

Haynes named first director of DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

5 faculty receive prestigious fellowships; most in nation

Parents get mixed messages on co-sleeping

Woo to appear tonight on Lehrer News Hour