New Special Interest Pages Aid Prospective Students In Choosing Programs

Author: Mary Hendriksen

Research and study under the umbrellas of the environment, the life sciences and religion are among the most critical academic pursuits in the world today. Several of Notre Dame’s graduate programs offer a disciplinary home for students who wish to study these topics—whether that study is rooted in the sciences, engineering, the arts, humanities or the social sciences, or resides at the intersection of two or more of these areas.

To aid students in selecting a program that meets their interests and talents, the Graduate School has launched several new Special Interest pages. Currently, pages exist for Environmental Sciences, the Study of Religion, the Life Sciences and Energy. These pages collect all departments and programs that offer graduate programs in a particular special interest, as well as profiles of faculty and students working in the field, and relevant campus centers and institutes.