Fewer recent University of Notre Dame graduates still were looking for work at Commencement than any class in recent history, according to the preliminary results of a survey on graduates’ post-Commencement plans.
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James Hussar had the best possible final semester a doctoral candidate can have. By January, he had accepted a tenure-track teaching position at his number one choice…
There is a pressing need to bolster Latinos’ retirement security, according to a report recently released by the Center for Migration and Border Studies in the University of Notre Dame’s Institute for Latino Studies.
Ever since it began in 2002, Notre Dame’s Center for Children and Families has drawn on the Department of Psychology’s expertise to provide programs that help people.
After an eight-year hiatus, the University of Notre Dame’s Office of International Studies plans to reestablish its undergraduate program in Jerusalem next summer.
The University of Notre Dame’s Department of Romance Languages and Literatures this fall will launch a new graduate exchange program at the Université de Rennes 2 in France.
Established in 2001, Notre Dame’s Program in American Democracy (PAD) hosted its 39th guest speaker earlier this year. The scholars who have given lectures as part of the series…
The Play Like a Champion (PLC) program will hold its third annual conference at the University of Notre Dame June 20 to 22 (Friday to Sunday).
On a college campus, spring cannot pass into summer without graduation and the flood of memories it triggers. At Notre Dame, it’s not all that uncommon for these stories to involve a student who had, say, a somewhat singular focus on where he or she wanted to go to school.
Rev. Richard P. McBrien, Crowley-O’Brien Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame, will receive an honorary doctor of humane letters degree at the Sunday (June 15) commencement exercises of DePaul University of Chicago.
The University of Notre Dame’s Nanovic Institute for European Studies has created a new prize to honor and promote books that feature new perspectives of contemporary Europe.
James J. McKenna, Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., Professor of Anthropology at the University of Notre Dame, was named the 2008 recipient of the Anthropology in Media Award by the American Anthropological Association.
“The Wind Shifts: New Latino Poetry,” edited by Francisco Aragón, director of Letras Latinas, the literary program of Notre Dame’s Institute for Latino Studies, earned first place in the Poetry in English category at the 2008 International Latino Book Awards.
“I’m an Irish Catholic and I have a long iceberg of guilt,” Irish writer Edna O’Brien once said. The existence of a Catholic sense of guilt, the tendency to feel bad for a variety of sins committed or contemplated, is firmly entrenched in popular culture. Surprisingly, however…
Two University of Notre Dame graduates, including Arts and Letters alum John T. Goldrick, received special awards from the Notre Dame Alumni Association during Reunion 2008 ceremonies on campus.
Kathryn Gardner, a University of Notre Dame doctoral student in political science from Loveland, Ohio, has been awarded a 2008-09 Fellowship in American Politics, Foreign Policy and World Politics from the University of Virginia’s Miller Center of Public Affairs.
Gregory E. Sterling, executive associate dean in the College of Arts and Letters and professor of theology at the University of Notre Dame, has been appointed dean of the Graduate School, effective July 1…
Gregory Kucich, professor of English at the University of Notre Dame, has been appointed director of the University’s London Undergraduate Program, effective July 1.