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Research With Impact: Green Development and Peacebuilding

Author: Josh Stowe

Categories: General News, Undergraduate News, Research, Alumni, Centers and Institutes, and Internationalism

Glen Water, a 2009 Notre Dame graduate, studied solar-powered irrigation in Egypt for a semester thanks to a grant he received from the College of Arts and Letters’ Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program. The program challenges students to think critically and conduct serious academic research.

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Notre Dame to Host Brazilian Carnaval

Author: Elizabeth Rankin

Categories: General News, Centers and Institutes, and Internationalism

Vibrant Brazilian dance rhythms will transport revelers from South Bend to the streets of Rio de Janeiro during the University of Notre Dame’s 12th annual celebration of Brazilian Carnaval, to be held Feb. 12 (Friday) from 8 p.m. to midnight in Notre Dame’s South Dining Hall. The family-friendly event is free and open to the public.

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Classics Students Use Rome as Classroom for a Week

Author: Katie Louvat

Categories: General News and Internationalism

“The merits of firsthand exposure to the art and architecture of ancient Rome are hard to articulate, but there is something affective about the experience that raises questions and inspires critical thought beyond a textbook reading,“ wrote Tracy Jennings, a senior classics major, in a journal she kept while traveling through Rome in October.

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Notre Dame Launches International Development Studies Minor

Author: Elizabeth Rankin

Categories: General News, Centers and Institutes, and Internationalism

Interest in international development issues runs high among University of Notre Dame undergraduates, many of whom have studied or served in the developing world. Now they have a new way to connect their experiences overseas with their own academic development—a Kellogg Institute for International Studies minor that integrates coursework and fieldwork.

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