What have we learned in the decade since 9/11 that should inform a renewed vision for the United States as a force for peace and stability in the world? Three leading thinkers will address this question at an upcoming panel sponsored by Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies.
A new study by Nicolas Lehner and Christopher Howk, faculty in the Department of Physics at Notre Dame, concludes the Milky Way will have the fuel to continue forming stars, thanks to massive clouds of ionized gas raining down from its halo and intergalactic space.
John Van Engen, Andrew V. Tackes Professor of History, recently was awarded the Berlin Prize fellowship from the American Academy in Berlin.
Notre Dame Professor Patrick E. Murphy recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Marketing and Society Special Interest Group of the American Marketing Association.
A joint project between the Notre Dame Law School’s Legal Aid Clinic and the College of Arts and Letters’ Center for Children and Families will examine the effectiveness of an intervention for parents involved in child custody disputes.
Notre Dame Professor Christian Davenport has been awarded the American Political Science Association’s 2011 prize for best book on race, ethnicity and politics.
Notre Dame is launching a new professional development program aimed at helping its next generation of leaders gain a fuller understanding of the University’s Catholic mission and the critical skills necessary for values-based leadership.