News / Archives / 2014

Grant propels largest growth of Notre Dame Haiti Program’s salt operations

ACE to send forth 254 Catholic school teachers and leaders in missioning ceremonies

ND-GAIN seeking applications for Corporate Adaptation Prize

Cancer biologist Zachary Schafer awarded American Cancer Society grant

ND Experts: No excuse for Malaysia Airlines 'mistaken identity'

Thomson Reuters names three Notre Dame faculty among the world’s most influential scientific minds

Robert Bernhard discusses university research at Washington roundtable

Tea Party support linked to educational segregation, new study shows

Alumni families to connect with South Bend in annual Family Volunteer Camp

Commencement exercises for Alliance for Catholic Education to grant masters degrees

Falcon 10 aircraft donation enables research at transonic speeds

Notre Dame to receive Father Badin’s Bible

African leaders learn business, entrepreneurship at Notre Dame

Biologist David Lodge named Jefferson Science Fellow

Two Arts and Letters professors awarded NEH Fellowships

Notre Dame Energy Frontier Research Center receives further DOE funding

ACE event salutes two South Bend school leaders

In memoriam: Rev. Alfred F. D’Alonzo, C.S.C.

Notre Dame and UNC-Chapel Hill philosophers to examine religious and transformative experiences

Notre Dame’s Echo program: Ten years of 'giving Jesus a good name'

Notre Dame collaborating with five partners to build nation’s top turbine engine component research and testing facility

NDIGD and ND-GAIN awarded project from 3ie to design impact evaluation in Mozambique

Play Like a Champion Today conference challenges sports leaders to reach out to involve more children

Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture hosts fourth annual Vita Institute

Notre Dame Haiti Program completes yearly mass drug administration

The ministry of storytelling

'Trophy wife' stereotype is largely a myth, new study shows

Notre Dame and Heidelberg University sign memorandum of understanding

ND Expert: Diplomacy, not more arms, needed in Iraq

Professor Theodore J. Cachey Jr. named director of Notre Dame’s Rome Global Gateway