Notre Dame has a long history of outstanding student-athletes being named to All-America teams. We thought it was time for some of our most outstanding professors to receive similar recognition.
Enter the Notre Dame All-Faculty Team.
At home football games and during the Shamrock Series, the provost will honor a different member of the faculty. These seven individuals have been chosen from across Notre Dame’s colleges and schools for their excellence in research, teaching, and service to the University.
Information about each member of the All-Faculty Team will be added to this page shortly before the game at which she or he is being honored. We hope you’ll come back throughout the season to learn more about these truly exceptional scholars.
Meet the 2021 All-Faculty Team
Richard M. Economakis
Professor of Architecture
Director of Graduate Studies in Architecture and Urbanism
Sep 11 vs. Toledo
“I have taught architectural design and theory at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. The most rewarding aspect of my engagement at Notre Dame has been the interaction with so many bright and forward-thinking colleagues, and students determined to be a force for good as they enter the profession, striving to fill our towns and cities with beautiful, inventive, and dignified buildings and places.”
Sheehan Family Collegiate Professor of Engineering
Sep 25 vs. Wisconsin (Shamrock Series)
“I have always been moved by the collegiality and warmth that I have experienced here at Notre Dame. This started from the first second I stepped on campus, and with the pandemic has been taken to a whole new level. The past 18 months have shown us all how hard it is to live in isolation and how important it is to have a community to support you like a tight-knit family. I cannot imagine a better community to be a part of.”
Sandra C. Vera-Muñoz
Associate Professor of Accountancy
Deloitte Foundation Department Chair of Accountancy
Oct 02 vs. Cincinnati
“I am privileged to be a faculty member at Notre Dame because of the University’s commitment to be a leader in sustainable operations, education, and research. This commitment is fully aligned with my research and teaching interests in sustainability accounting and reporting and the important role that accounting and finance professionals play in the sustainability space.”
Meghan E. Sullivan
Wilsey Family College Professor of Philosophy
Director of the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study
Oct 23 vs. USC
“Being a philosopher is ... a way of life you want to share with others—a way of developing concern for the truth and caring for the soul.”