Graduate Career Services

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Graduate Career Services

The Graduate Career Services (GCS) team provides Notre Dame graduate students access to valuable career exploration and employment preparation resources for the full spectrum of careers inside and outside the academy.

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Academic Excellence

Academic Excellence

Academic Excellence

Offering a world-class faculty and state-of-the-art facilities, Notre Dame gives graduate students the tools needed to become tomorrow’s academic and professional leaders.

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Community of Scholars

Community of Scholars

Community of Scholars

Graduate students from around the world come to the University of Notre Dame, a diverse group sharing their experiences to enrich one another and the entire community.

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Notre Dame Graduate School and Reilly Center Win NSF Grant to Study How to Best “Cultivate Cultures” for Ethical Leaders in STEM disciplines

The University of Notre Dame’s Graduate School and John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values have won a National Science Foundation grant in the amount of $410,340 for a project that will study what training content and methods most successfully help STEM students become ethical leaders.

Notre Dame Graduate Students Win a Record Amount of Funding through External Grants and Fellowships

In the past academic year, Notre Dame graduate students were awarded a record amount in fellowships and grants—$4.24 million—from organizations and entities around the world. The 2013-2014 cumulative award amount is $1.1 million more than the previous academic year and represents a 14% increase in the number of students applying for outside awards.

Student Spotlight: Robert Lester, Economics, and Renato Ghini Bettiol, Mathematics, Offer Reflections on the 2014 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting on Economics and the Heidelberg Laureate Forum in Mathematics and Computer Science

Over the past four years, graduate students at the University of Notre Dame have been selected to participate in the prestigious Lindau Laureate Meetings —which provide a forum for Nobel Laureates to meet with graduate students and postdoctoral scholars from around the world. The guiding principle of the meetings is to “Educate. Inspire. Connect.” The laureates fulfill that promise by interacting with their younger counterparts, who also use the meetings to learn from and network with each other—and so advance knowledge worldwide in their generation.