All-Faculty Team

Rory McVeigh

Professor of Sociology

Rory McVeigh

At every home football game, the provost recognized a different member of the 2017 Notre Dame All-Faculty Team. The honoree for the Nov. 18 game vs. Navy was Rory McVeigh from the College of Arts and Letters.

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Philip Bess

Professor of Architecture

Philip Bess

At every home football game, the provost recognized a different member of the 2017 Notre Dame All-Faculty Team. The honoree for the Nov. 4 game vs. Wake Forest was Philip Bess from the School of Architecture.

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Marya Lieberman

Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Marya Lieberman

At every home football game, the provost recognized a different member of the 2017 Notre Dame All-Faculty Team. The honoree for the Oct. 28 game vs. N.C. State was Marya Lieberman from the College of Science.

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Mark McKenna

Professor of Law

Mark McKenna

At every home football game, the provost recognized a different member of the 2017 Notre Dame All-Faculty Team. The honoree for the Oct. 21 game vs. USC was Mark McKenna from The Law School.

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Luis Fraga

Rev. Donald P. McNeill, C.S.C., Professor of Transformative Latino Leadership

Luis Fraga

At every home football game, the provost recognized a different member of the 2017 Notre Dame All-Faculty Team. The honoree for the Sept. 30 game vs. Miami (Ohio) was Luis Fraga from the College of Arts and Letters.

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Katherine Spiess

Associate Professor of Finance

Katherine Spiess

At every home football game, the provost recognized a different member of the 2017 Notre Dame All-Faculty Team. The honoree for the Sept. 9 game vs. Georgia was Katherine Spiess from the Mendoza College of Business.

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Ed Maginn

Dorini Family Professor of Energy Studies in the College of Engineering

Ed Maginn

At every home football game, the provost recognized a different member of the 2017 Notre Dame All-Faculty Team. The honoree for the Sept. 2 game vs. Temple was Ed Maginn from the College of Engineering.

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News

Dec08

College of Arts and Letters

The oldest and largest college at Notre Dame, Arts and Letters is home to 20 departments that span three divisions—the arts, humanities, and social sciences—and include the University’s flagship programs in theology and philosophy.

Mendoza College of Business

Highly visible both nationally and internationally, Mendoza is particularly noted for its commitment to ethics, challenging students in accountancy, finance, management, and marketing to “Ask more of business.”

College of Engineering

When Notre Dame founded an engineering college in 1873, it became the first American Catholic university to do so. In addition to its educational mission, the College pursues transformational research in areas such as energy, bioengineering, environmental science, and national security.

College of Science

Scholarship in the University’s College of Science is devoted to fostering advancements that address the world’s most enduring problems, giving rise to everything from institutes for global health and cancer research to an environmental change initiative.

The Law School

The Notre Dame Law School opened its doors in 1869, making it the oldest Catholic law school in the country. Its work bridges centuries of Catholic intellectual and moral tradition, the historic methods and principles of the common law, and the realities of the contemporary legal environment.

School of Architecture

As it did in law and engineering, Notre Dame became the nation’s first Catholic university to establish an architecture program (1898). Today’s School of Architecture, which emphasizes traditional and classical design, is a leader in the modern green movement.

Keough School of Global Affairs

Opening its doors to students in August 2017, the Keough School of Global Affairs will prepare them for effective and ethically grounded leadership in government, the private sector, and global civil society.

The First Year of Studies

FYS serves as the college for all incoming undergraduates, regardless of what they intend to study. Full-time, professional academic advisers support the students as they complete the First-Year Curriculum and prepare to enter their majors.

The Graduate School

While advanced degrees in architecture, business, and law are administered separately by their respective units, The Graduate School articulates broad policies and procedures for the post-baccalaureate programs in engineering, the humanities, the sciences, and the social sciences.

Institutes and Centers

In addition to eight colleges and schools and 35 academic departments, Notre Dame faculty animate the activities of approximately 50 University institutes and centers.

Libraries

Most of the major libraries and collections on campus fall under the auspices of the Hesburgh Libraries system, which contains more than 3.3 million volumes and some 3 million microform units.

Research

Consonant with the vision that Notre Dame be a preeminent research university distinguished by its Catholic character, significant resources have been dedicated to advancing faculty research, scholarship, and creative expression.

Innovation Park

A commercial accelerator, Innovation Park at Notre Dame supports the University’s research mission by helping transform innovations into ventures ready to enter the marketplace.

ND International

Notre Dame can be considered a truly international university thanks to the composition of its faculty and student body, the scope of its research agenda, and its commitment to study abroad, which consistently yields one of the highest undergraduate participation rates among peer institutions.