Notre Dame provides multiple forms of support to graduate students, allowing them to focus on their academic goals.
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.
This past summer, four University of Notre Dame graduate students in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry attended the prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureate meetings. In its 63rd year, the Lindau meetings bring together Nobel Laureates with young researchers to “educate, inspire, and connect.”
Charles Leavitt, who received his Ph.D. in literature from Notre Dame in 2010, has accepted a position at the University of Reading as a lecturer in Italian studies—equivalent to assistant professor in the American university system. Located in Reading, England, the school is ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world.
Graduate School Dean Laura Carlson has announced two new appointments in the Professional Development area: Prof. X. Sharon Hu, the new associate dean for professional development, and Mike Westrate, the associate program director for grants and fellowships.