News / Archives / November 2007

“Today” and MSNBC to feature law professor

Study reveals impact of U.N. weapons bans

Holland completes book series on British theater history

ND Expert: Oprah, Obama and “celebrity politics”

Center for Social Concerns, North American Action Research Alliance

Duany and Plater-Zyberk to receive 2008 Driehaus Prize

Editorial: The impact of a 'big sister'

Mass collections to assist cyclone victims in Bangladesh

Phil Donahue to screen new film

An artist of perfectly indistinct vision

English professor wins international book award

In land of wealth, why are believers poor givers?

Lubke wins award from psychology research organization

Conference to examine “Dialogue of the Cultures”

NEH makes Byzantine challenge grant

Identified by rhetoric

Strategic Academic Planning Committee selects research proposals

The Most Valuable College Football Teams

Senior Andrea Laidman named Mitchell Scholar

ND Expert: Law School’s Carter Snead says new research may end “intractable” stem cell debate

Essays from Notre Dame Magazine honored

Afsaruddin’s new book examines legacy of first Muslims

Institute for Latino Studies report details integration in Chicago

The dark side of migration is her territory

Democracy expert to lecture on stabilizing Iraq

Milton scholar publishes new book

Nuclear astrophysics institute joins international alliance

Siemens Regional Competition to be held Nov. 16 and 17

First-year MBAs win Cornell case competition

Renowned historian wins AHA book awards