News / Archives / August 2004

Professor publishes new book on economics and aging

(Op-Ed): Scholar under siege defends his record

(Editorial): A Muslim scholar's exclusion

Futurist Magazine editor to present Donnelly Lecture Friday

Spotlight: Staging South Bend's Ghost Story

Notre Dame ReSource: Stem cell research still far from cure

Asteroid named in honor of trustee, alumnus Ray Siegfried

Research effort may solve sewer problem

Sociologist elected president of international scholarly association

Spotlight: Freshman class sets gold standard for excellence

O’Hara Lecture Series to open with examination of outsourcing

Muslim scholar has visa revoked

Alumni Association to honor ’48 graduate

Saturday Scholar Series to kick off football weekends

Alumni Association to sponsor prostate screening event

85 staff members honored at luncheon

Molecule by molecule: Researchers dig deep to find cancer's deadly secrets

Sabre-Rattling Victory

Librarian of Congress to speak at opening convocation

Law School orientation to include community service

Honeywell awards grant for MBA, engineering programs

Spotlight: Zoo provides prime habitats for service learning projects

Notre Dame VIDEO ReSource: Young Americans are the great, untapped pool of voters

Alabama school named in honor of ACE academic director

Pantagraph: Soldier (Notre Dame graduate) injured in crash

Notre Dame ReSource: Offer carrots, not sticks, to Iranians

Seeing Google With the Eyes of Forrest Gump

University officials urge West Nile precautions

(Opinion): Director carries on an excellent tradition

International symposium scheduled for Aug. 9-12