News / Archives / February 2009

London Program launches symposium series

When patristic scholarship packs a punch

Harvard scholar to speak on faithful citizenship

Changes made to campus cable TV lineup

Center for Ethics and Culture establishes fund for human life

ND Expert: Sen. Lugar's report on Cuba sanctions right on the mark

Electrical Engineering faculty receive CAREER awards

Gender Relations Center launches Violence Prevention Initiative program

"Real Women" model to discuss bodies and beauty

Notre Dame symposium to celebrate Louis Braille's 200th birthday

Notre Dame Review releases anthology

Drilling for answers: Clive Neal and the JOIDES Resolution

Festival offers fresh look at Asia through film

Robinson Center to celebrate 8th anniversary,10th year of Take Ten program

English professor wins award for book on Hmong language

Paper sheds new "light" on fascinating rhythms of the circadian clock

Biologist Lodge organizes AAAS annual meeting symposium

New book celebrates gifts of Holy Cross

Looking differently at ADHD

Anthropologist's new book examines plagiarism among college students

Sports, mortgages, other headline topics part of Ethics Week 2009

Kellogg Institute to present Brazilian Carnaval

Notre Dame business professor Robert Vecchio dies

ND's fourth annual Edith Stein Conference to be held Feb. 13-14

Tax Assistance Program now underway

Caribbean migration lecture series to begin Feb. 19

Peace builders share work and wisdom with apprentices worldwide

FTT play "Guernica" to open Feb. 24

New paper offers key insights into how new species emerge

President of One Laptop Per Child to speak Feb. 10