News / Archives / August 2018

Can changing our views on death improve how we live our lives?

Former State Secretary of Norway’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs to deliver 2018 Nanovic Forum Lecture

Special Olympics athletes from South Bend, Ann Arbor to compete in flag football game

Founding director of Columbia University's value investing program to lead Notre Dame's Institute for Global Investing

Mexico mothers of the disappeared to receive 2018 Notre Dame Award

Jay Brandenberger appointed next director of academic community engagement

Football weekend events: Notre Dame vs. Michigan

Ban Ki-Moon, eighth U.N. secretary-general, to speak at Notre Dame’s Asia Leadership Forum

Scientists take aim at illicit supply chain networks of fake medications

Air Force flyover for Notre Dame vs. Michigan football game

New study contradicts notion that electronic health records are driving doctors to quit

Rivalry aside: Notre Dame and Michigan come together to tell the stories of Puerto Rico's hurricane recovery efforts

Clear bag policy in place for football opener

Class of 2022: Intellectually and globally diverse, dedicated to service and leadership

Journalist Thomas Friedman to speak at Notre Dame

Executive Vice President John Affleck-Graves to retire

Projection video telling Notre Dame’s history to show Aug. 31 on Main Quad

Statement from Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. on the Sexual Abuse Scandal in the Church

Will heart cells help solve our most complex problems?

Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study fellowship applications due Sept. 17

Rowan Williams to speak on religious themes in Shakespeare as part of Notre Dame Forum

Free Flick on the Field returns Aug. 24

Notre Dame launches new graduate degree in business analytics

Day of Community introduces new students to local community

Developing an 'on and off' switch for breast cancer treatment

Historically black schools pay more to issue bonds, researchers find

Keough School introduces new undergraduate global affairs major

McGrath Institute’s Science and Religion Initiative wins Vatican Foundation Award

First class of accomplished leaders goes ‘back to school’ as part of Notre Dame’s Inspired Leadership Initiative

Prenatal exposure to violence leads to increased toddler aggression toward mothers, study finds