Catholics are less generous than other American Christians, according to a study recently published by Notre Dame’s Catholic Social and Pastoral Research Initiative.
As the gun control debate continues, Kevin D. Bradford, an associate professional specialist in marketing at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, says the focus should be on those who distribute guns, not solely on those who buy them.
Some may look at Dante’s “Divine Comedy” and see just a dusty trilogy of poetry written by a long-gone Florentine. But for others, Dante and his opus are immortal. For them, Dante is now.
With the support of a Lilly Endowment grant of $1.9 million, Sacred Music at Notre Dame is poised to help congregations across the region renew worship practices and enliven musical expression to engage people more deeply, across the generations.
Notre Dame’s Eck Institute for Global Health and the Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) have announced a new opportunity for IUSM medical students to receive global health training through a joint Medical Doctor/Master of Science in Global Health (M.D./M.S.) integrated dual degree program that will begin in August.
Notre Dame has been selected to lead one of six new university microelectronics research centers that will share $194 million in funding to support the continued growth and leadership of the U.S. semiconductor industry.
Beginning June 2013, students earning bachelor’s degrees in science, English, philosophy and other non-business disciplines will have a new option for gaining a graduate business degree from Notre Dame.
Galaxies have a voracious appetite for fuel—in this case, fresh gas—but astronomers have had difficulty finding the pristine gas that should be falling onto galaxies. Now, scientists led by Notre Dame's Nicolas Lehner have provided direct empirical evidence for these gas flows using new observations from the Hubble Space Telescope.
Social practices and cultural beliefs of modern life are preventing healthy brain and emotional development in children, according to an interdisciplinary body of research presented recently at a symposium at Notre Dame.
Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters will launch a doctoral program in the Department of Anthropology, with the first cohort of students due to enroll in fall 2014.