Summer Experience, a University of Notre Dame study program for academically gifted high school students, will expand this year to offer a new track in opera and song.
Five University of Notre Dame students will be representing the University at the 22nd annual Campus Outreach Opportunity League (C.O.O.L.) Idealist National Conference March 3 to 5 at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn.
A group of University of Notre Dame graphic design students who used Adobe software in their collaboration with the University’s Haiti Program, is currently featured in an article in the education section of Adobe’s main Web site.
The University of Notre Dame will host its 48th annual Collegiate Jazz Festival from March 1 to 4 (Wednesday to Saturday), co-headlined by the 2006 African American Jazz Caucus/Historically Black Colleges and Universities Student All-star Big Band.
Whether or not it be a sign of the movement’s intellectual vitality, contemporary culture seems to contain as many versions of feminism as it does feminists, if not females.
Research conducted by E. Mark Cummings, Notre Dame Professor of Psychology, was recently featured in an article in the Newark Star-Ledger.
Liliane Tsui, one of Hong Kong’s leading commercial artists, will present a lecture titled “Aligning Art with Architecture” Feb. 22 (Wednesday) at 4:30 p.m. in Room 104 of Bond Hall…
Paul Cobb appreciates the power of perspective. As a historian, it’s central to his discipline. As a historian of Christian/Muslim relations in a post-9/11 world, it’s a teaching tool he brings to class that’s as important as pen and paper.
The Black Cultural Arts Council (BCAC) at the University of Notre Dame will host its 12th annual Black Koffeehouse at 7 p.m. Friday (Feb. 17) in the ballroom of the LaFortune Student Center.
The spirited music and dance of Brazil come to the University of Notre Dame as the Kellogg Institute for International Studies presents its eighth annual Carnaval celebration Feb. 24 (Friday)…
Guillermo O’Donnell, the Helen Kellogg Chair in Political Science at the University of Notre Dame, has been appointed to the advisory board of the newly created United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF).
Internationally known Israeli philosopher Avishai Margalit will be the featured speaker at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies’ annual John Howard Yoder Dialogues on Religion, Nonviolence and Peace at 11 a.m. Monday (Feb. 20)…
The agreements by Google, Yahoo and other Internet companies to bow to Chinese censorship demands create a tradeoff problem, according to Robert Audi, the Gallo Professor of Business Ethics…
A first-of-its-kind plan to blend original Latino artwork and poetry was born during the 2003 visit to Notre Dame by National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) chairman Dana Gioia.
Two theatrical performances and a film series will highlight a conference and arts festival titled “Shylock: A Heritage of Hate” from Feb. 22 to 25 (Wednesday to Saturday)…
Two new studies lend further support to research by E. Mark Cummings, a University of Notre Dame professor of psychology, on the impact of parental conflict behavior on their children’s future behavior.
Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill, one of Ireland’s foremost Irish-language poets, will read from her work at 4 p.m. Thursday (Feb. 16) in the auditorium of McKenna Hall…
Volunteers are currently being sought for a University of Notre Dame study that will examine how people cope with cancer.
Rashied Omar is a Muslim scholar at the University of Notre Dame who makes it his mission in life to harness religion as a force for building peace. He shakes his head in deep distress that Danish cartoons have led to violent protests in the name of Islam.
Keith Beauchamp, civil rights activist and filmmaker, will discuss his documentary “The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till” at 7 p.m. Feb. 15 (Wednesday) in the auditorium of the Hesburgh Center for International Studies.