News / Archives / June 2017

‘Trying to Say God’ rejuvenates conversation on Catholic literary culture

Ahsan Kareem receives Masanobu Shinozuka Medal

Nanovic and Mendoza to host European Catholic university officials for executive education program

Investors: Be wary of auditor dismissals for the rest of the year

Erin Rice named one of top five industrial design students in U.S.

Novel platform uses nanoparticles to detect peanut allergies

Researchers open path to new generation of optical devices

ND Vita Institute prepares pro-life leaders

Professor’s talk on American oil interests to air on C-SPAN 3

Hesburgh-King statue unveiled in South Bend

Father Jenkins to participate in Hesburgh–King statue unveiling

Improving the efficiency of nuclear power

Teambuilding through art — and DNA

Family volunteer camp allows alumni families to connect with ND’s mission of service

Researchers use light to manipulate mosquitoes

In Rome, President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., discusses challenges and opportunities for Catholic Church

Economic benefits of admitting refugees outweigh costs

Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., shakes hands with His Holiness Pope Francis

Notre Dame theologian and Holy Cross priest to address U.S. bishops on refugees and migration

New ID cards, other changes on the way

Developing the gold standard for efficient diagnostics

Clemens Sedmak appointed professor of social ethics in Keough School of Global Affairs

25 young African leaders to travel to Notre Dame for 2017 Mandela Washington Fellowship

Notre Dame theologian to address U.S. bishops on youth and vocational discernment

Susan Ostermann, expert in comparative politics in South Asia, appointed assistant professor of global affairs

Restoring a piece of 20th century popular culture

Discovery reveals planet almost as hot as the sun

Airport signage marks 175th anniversary

Bishop Robert Barron to keynote conference

Perdigão: Capturing the complexities of mountain winds