News / Archives / January 2006

New student leadership award to memorialize Ray Siegfried

Legal scholars and theologians to discuss Bible and Constitution

ROTC major to help decide fate of detainees

Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic to speak Feb. 6

Father Malloy reappointed to Notre Dame Australia board

O’Donnell honored for lifetime achievement to political science

ND ReSource: Scholars assess Pope Benedict XVI’s first encyclical

Microlensing technique reveals small, rocky extrasolar planet

Professor “knighted” by French education ministry

Gigot Center receives $100,000 from Nasdaq Educational Foundation

Sociologist Jorge Bustamante is nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas to be celebrated at Basilica Mass

Lectures to focus on Notre Dame as "Think Tank of America"

Winter Career and Internship Fair to be held Feb. 1

Panelists to ask again, “Iraq: What Now?”

Two million and counting

Happy to get their hands dirty

Lecture series on Caribbean migration to begin Jan. 31

Kroc director Scott Appleby praises religious liberty doctrines in Catholicism and Islam

SUB to host an evening with Father Hesburgh

Asian Film Festival to explore humanism, political divides

U.S. expert: Catholic history could be relevant to Muslim struggles

Irish student-athletes are No. 1 in federal graduation rate survey

ND ReSource: More companies bail on pensions; employees left to fend for selves

Sparks Prize winner to read from debut novel Jan. 25

Medicines taking sting out of side effects

University establishes Task Force on Asian Studies

Trustees to confer honorary degrees during meetings in Rome

Notre Dame biologists help Shedd Aquarium develop invasive species exhibit

Allan Greenberg to receive 2006 Driehaus Prize