New research from Notre Dame shows that employees may not want to sacrifice social capital with their leader by voicing concerns.
A research team led by the University of Notre Dame is working to cut the test time for disease biomarkers.
A partnership between Notre Dame’s Kinetic Structures Laboratory and Riley High School, BRIDGES targets girls, grades 9-12, who are enrolled in the technology and engineering magnet at Riley.
Notre Dame will confer 3,147 degrees during Commencement Weekend May 18 and 19 on campus.
Six Notre Dame students have been named Gilman Scholars for the summer 2019 academic cycle, tying a Notre Dame record for the most Gilman Scholars in a single academic cycle and setting a Notre Dame record for the most Gilman Scholars in a single academic year with 15.
Scientists have released the first of several reports outlining major results that could help wind industry officials manage wind power facilities more efficiently and increase renewable energy production.
With a Side of Knowledge is a podcast produced by the Office of the Provost at the University of Notre Dame. The 16th episode of season two, “On Math, Origami, and How No Discipline is an Island,” was released Thursday, May 16, and features Clare Kim, a doctoral candidate in the Program in History, Anthropology, and Science, Technology, and Society at MIT.
Three Notre Dame faculty members have been awarded 2019 fellowships by the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS). The Notre Dame researchers—two historians and one theologian—were among 81 fellows named from more than 1,100 applicants in the 2019 award cycle. ACLS awardees are selected for excellence in the humanities and humanistic social sciences, and the fellowships support six to 12 months of full-time research and writing.
Esther Takeuchi, distinguished professor of chemistry and material science and engineering at Stony Brook University and one of the world’s leading energy researchers, will address graduates at the Graduate School’s annual Commencement Ceremony, which takes place at 10 a.m. May 18 (Saturday).
The Keough School of Global Affairs at Notre Dame has created two new fellowships to support the professional development of graduating master of global affairs students. The Raymond C. Offenheiser Fellowship and the Hesburgh Global Fellowship will subsidize employment with organizations that foster human dignity and equality. The fellowships will be awarded annually.