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

  • Students’ Short Documentary Honored at Sunset Film Festival

    Suicide Disease filmmakers at Sunset Film Festival

    A heart-wrenching film from three 2014 University of Notre Dame graduates took top honors in the short documentary category at this year’s Sunset Film Festival in Los Angeles. In The Suicide Disease, Katie Mattie, Vincent Moore, and William Neal tell the story of Frances Shavers, who worked at Notre Dame as chief-of-staff and special assistant to University President Father John Jenkins, C.S.C., before she was diagnosed with Trigeminal Neuralgia. Read More >

  • Father Gutierrez to Receive 2014 Gittler Prize

    Rev. Gustavo Gutierrez, O.P.

    Rev. Gustavo Gutierrez, O.P., John Cardinal O’Hara Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame, will receive the 2014 Joseph B. and Toby Gittler Prize from Brandeis University. Established in 2007, the Gittler Prize is annually awarded to a person whose body of published work reflects scholarly excellence and makes a lasting contribution to racial, ethnic, or religious relations. It will be formally presented to Father Gutierrez in a ceremony and talk on Sunday, October 5. Read More >

  • Alumnus Jeff Spoonhower Brings Digital Media Expertise to FTT

    Jeff Spoonhower ’99

    Jeff Spoonhower ’99 has been appointed assistant professor of film and digital media production in Notre Dame’s Department of Film, Television and Theatre (FTT). A 12-year veteran of the video game and animation industries, Spoonhower shares with students the very same production techniques and tools he uses in his award-winning professional work. Read More >

  • Video: Economics Alumnus Credits Success in International Finance to Liberal Arts Education

    Bill Kennedy

    “Arts and Letters forces you to go and think beyond what is traditionally and conventionally accepted,” said Bill Kennedy ’90. Kennedy, who majored in economics at Notre Dame, is a portfolio manager for Fidelity Investments in London, where he runs Fidelity’s International Discovery Fund. Read More >