News / Archives / February 2005

Director named for Master of Science in Administration Program

Researcher seeks to improve youth sports experiences

Alumna wins Slavic studies regional essay contest

Three physicists named fellows of prestigious scientific groups

New ID system to replace Social Security Numbers

University-based scholarship support up 10 percent this year

Alumni Association honors distinguished students

In Einstein’s footsteps, women follow

Department of Physics to host Einstein lecture Feb. 24

“Love Letters” to raise funds for Logan Center

Kroc Institute’s Cortright to speak on U.S. withdrawal from Iraq in C-SPAN discussion

Former Illinois governor to speak on death penalty

“The Laramie Project” to be performed Feb. 22-March 3

British actors make the classroom their stage

Collegiate Jazz Festival to begin Feb. 23

Symposium on Darfur crisis to be held February 23

MBA students schuss to victory in Colorado

“America’s Most Wanted” correspondent to speak Feb. 18

Director of food services wins international award

Theology professor Hugh Page appointed dean of First Year of Studies

Social policy reporter promotes book on welfare

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Notre Dame artist designs new Stations of the Cross

Junior explores new questions of race in protest research

Staged readings from “Dead Man Walking” to be performed at Notre Dame

Tuition, room and board charges announced for 2005-06

Fund-raising tribute to Father Malloy set for March 3

Latino studies lecture canceled

A Name Synonymous with the Summer Service Project Retires

Whitman wrangles students and community resources to fight autism