Innovation Park opened this fall at Notre Dame. It will provide a huge boost to research endeavors at the University by becoming home to a variety of start-up businesses, including ventures with expected commercial applications from core University research areas.
Every week, graduate students in sociology have the opportunity to come together to discuss with faculty and each other their research and current issues in the field. These “training” seminars keep students focused on their projects and allow them to set weekly goals for themselves as they manage the many demands on their time.
Fifth-year physics graduate student Hyunju Kim of Daegu, Korea, produced the key elements for a mathematical physics paper that was selected as a “Fast Track Communication” of the Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General.