Notre Dame researchers have developed a computer-aided method that uses electronic medical records to offer the promise of rapid advances toward personalized health care, disease management and wellness.
The internationally acclaimed Third Coast Percussion quartet assumed the position of ensemble-in-residence at Notre Dame, beginning in June and continuing through the next five academic years.
Less may mean more when it comes to the levee systems designed to protect New Orleans from hurricanes. That’s the conclusion of a new study by a team of Notre Dame researchers led by Joannes Westerink, co-developer of the authoritative computer model for storm surge.
Notre Dame has established a formal partnership with Bruker Corp., a world leader in scientific instrumentation. The partnership will develop one of the Midwest’s top imaging facilities at the University.
It’s generally understood that people with college degrees earn more money than those who did not attend college, and new research from Notre Dame now shows that a college degree also boosts health.
A study led by Notre Dame astrophysicist Justin Crepp has for the first time definitively determined how many of the lowest-mass stars in the galaxy host gas giant planets.
Marie Blakey, currently the senior director of communications and marketing in Notre Dame's College of Arts and Letters, has been appointed to the newly created position of executive director of academic communications at the University.
Paul J. Browne, currently the deputy commissioner of public information for the New York City Police Department, has been appointed by Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., president of Notre Dame, to the newly elevated post of vice president for public affairs and communications, effective Aug. 19 (Monday).
A new study by Timothy Judge, professor of management at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, and Brent Scott from Michigan State University is the first to link attractiveness to cruelty in the workplace.
In order to effectively program robots that ultimately could be used to aid seniors, researchers at Notre Dame and the University of Missouri studied the type of language older adults used when describing the location of a desired object to either a robot or human-like avatar. It turns out that seniors become tongue-tied when talking to robots.
In a just-released survey by The Economist, the Notre Dame Executive MBA ranked No. 15 among the top EMBA programs worldwide. The Notre Dame EMBA is offered through the Stayer Center for Executive Education at the Mendoza College of Business.
R. Scott Appleby, John M. Regan Jr. Director of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and professor of history at Notre Dame, has been appointed director of academic planning for a proposed School of International Affairs by Notre Dame Provost Thomas G. Burish, effective Aug. 1.
Laura Carlson, associate dean in the Graduate School, has been appointed vice president, associate provost and dean of the Graduate School, and Rev. Hugh R. Page Jr., dean of the First Year of Studies (FYS) program, has been appointed vice president and associate provost for undergraduate affairs.
A pair of studies by a team of Notre Dame researchers led by Crislyn D’Souza-Schorey, professor of biological sciences, sheds light on a biological process that is activated across a vast range of malignancies.
Jon T. Coleman, professor of history, has been awarded a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellowship to work on an environmental history of movement in America before the widespread use of automobiles and airplanes.
A team of researchers from Notre Dame and Texas A&M University are developing an innovative system using smart devices to measure the emotionality of offline communications.
The “ACE Summer” of 2013 is in full swing as Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) once again hosts more than 300 participants in programs preparing tomorrow’s leaders of Catholic schools.
The National Nuclear Security Administration has selected a Notre Dame center as one of six new centers of excellence whose primary focus will be on the emerging field of predictive science.
Joyce E. Coffee, who has extensive experience working on climate change and sustainability—particularly in the government and corporate sectors—has been named managing director of Notre Dame’s Global Adaptation Index (ND-GAIN).