News / Archives / May 2005

Law school professor named deputy counsel to Bush

China scholar selected for national committee

Viewpoint: Real Traitors In A Global Economy. Are Those Who'd Fetter U.S. Firms

Students, faculty ride wave of Italy’s popularity

Executive Education presents seven awards

ND enters new partnership with South Bend Symphony

Law School’s Professor Gurulé to address international audiences on terrorism

Delaney is 2005 Faculty Award recipient

CRS staff to visit ND for Kroc Institute training program

Pioneering jazz educator Father Wiskirchen dies

Theology department to offer new sacred music program

Marketing ethics workshop scheduled for May 23-25

Alumni return to campus for summer service projects

Student creates Web site to keep interns connected

Summer programs to assist science and math teachers

Father Gabriel, Notre Dame medievalist, dies at age 97

Commencement is fitting send-off for students, administrators

Vartan Gregorian's Commencement Speech

Valedictory Address

More than 2,900 students receive degrees at 160th Commencement exercises

(Commentary) Time to Leave: Bring home the troops. Start now.

ND ReSource: United’s pension default shows need for multi-employer plan

Diversity recognition ceremonies planned for graduates

Class acts: Senior stories of distinction

More than 2,900 students to receive degrees Sunday

Sixteen seniors receive national scholarships and fellowships

New study examines timing of human actions

Seniors to be honored for service in Send-Off ceremony

Final “Monk’s March” scheduled for May 17

University receives gift from ExxonMobil Foundation