Notre Dame has a long history of outstanding student-athletes being named to All-American 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 every home football game, the provost will honor a different member of the faculty on the field during a timeout. 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.
Sept. 1 vs. Michigan
Sept. 8 vs. Ball State
Sept. 15 vs. Vanderbilt
Sept. 29 vs. Stanford
Oct. 13 vs. Pittsburgh
Nov. 10 vs. Florida State
Nov. 17 vs. Syracuse (Shamrock Series at Yankee Stadium)
William and Cassie Daley Professor of Finance,
Chair of the Department of Finance
“For more than three decades, Notre Dame has provided me with a caring and supportive environment where I have had the privilege to work with students, faculty, and staff who are talented, energetic, and passionate. At Notre Dame, the expectation is to strive for excellence, and the emphasis is always to improve social welfare. I don’t know of any other place where I could have enjoyed the career I’ve had here.”
Professor of History,
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the Keough School of Global Affairs
“I did not know where Notre Dame was when I applied for a job here 18 years ago. Today, I am still discovering new depths to Notre Dame’s character. It has been a great privilege to teach at a university that cares so deeply about students’ intellectual and personal growth; to pursue research amid always inspiring communities of historians and other scholars; and to contribute in small ways to building new programs, and new possibilities."
Frank M. Freimann Professor of Physics,
Director of Notre Dame’s Nuclear Science Laboratory
“Notre Dame has afforded me the opportunity, the resources, and most of all the flexibility to build a world-renowned research program in nuclear astrophysics. Our Nuclear Science Laboratory is one of the best of its kind, providing researchers from the U.S. to Asia, from Europe to South America, with a scientific home. This would not have happened without the University’s support.”
Professor of Law
“Notre Dame is extraordinary in its ability to combine academic excellence in teaching and research with serious and thoughtful consideration of what it means to promote the greater good in our studies, careers, and lives. I feel blessed to be at an institution and surrounded by colleagues and students that value both these goals.”
Associate Professor of Architecture,
Director of the DHARMA Lab,
Associate Dean for Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work in the School of Architecture
“The School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame promotes within you and the community that surrounds you an abiding commitment to ethics and education. We ground ourselves in the know-how that comes when great new technological advances are paired with centuries-old concepts in building design. These principles form the central core of the work we do in the renowned DHARMA Lab, leading to the discovery of new knowledge and calling us all, students and faculty alike, to a high standard in a world that needs stability and strong roots for future success.”
William P. and Hazel B. White Professor of English
“I came to Notre Dame dazzled by its intellectual intensity, and it continues to be a vibrantly exciting place to teach and to write. But even more, I was impressed by the spirit of goodwill and community I found here. Scholarship can be lonely work, but to step onto this campus is to become part of a wider community of caring, for each other and for the natural world we share—affirming my belief in human possibility, an affirmation that has profoundly affected my work.
Duda Family Professor of Engineering,
Chair of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering
“I joined the faculty at Notre Dame because it cherishes teaching and research, and especially the integration of the two in the service of humanity. There are many paths into and through the University for those of us who work and learn and live here, but they are all devoted to discovery—discovery of new knowledge and expressions of knowledge as well as who we are, why we are here, and what we can all do to make this world better.”