Open Faculty Positions

Each year, the College of Arts and Letters welcomes approximately 20 new faculty members.

Please follow the link to view each Arts and Letters departmental website for their 2014-15 open faculty positions at Departments.

Arts and Letters News

  • Video: Political Scientist on Latino Civic Engagement in America

    Luis Fraga

    “I want to do research that provides some hints to both major political parties as to how they might be able to make effective appeals to Latino communities, and through Latino communities, to many other communities across the United States,” said Luis Fraga, the Arthur Foundation Endowed Professor of Transformative Latino Leadership and professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame. Read More >

  • Reilly Center to Train STEM Ph.D. Students in Social Responsibilities

    Don Howard

    A new NSF-funded program in the Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values is encouraging STEM Ph.D. students to go beyond standard research ethics training and look at their research in terms of its social relevance. The people behind the project are Don Howard, Reilly fellow and former director of the center, Melinda Gormley, assistant director for research of the center, and Mark Bourgeois, a postdoc hired to implement the program. Students in this program will learn about the broad social and political context of scientific work as well as its many complex, often nonobvious, connections with society. Read More >

  • Department of Film, Television, and Theatre presents the 26th Annual Notre Dame Student Film Festival

    2015 Notre Dame Student Film Festival

    The University of Notre Dame’s Department of Film, Television, and Theatre (FTT) announces the 26th Annual Notre Dame Student Film Festival, in the Browning Cinema at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, January 29 through 31, 2015. Read More >

  • Video: Chinese Professor on Applying Pedagogical Theories to Language Instruction

    Yongping Zhu

    “If you teach a student to learn to swim, you must put the student in the water. The same philosophy we can apply to the classroom teaching,” said Yongping Zhu, associate professor and chair of the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures. Read More >