Andrew Blaich and Qi Liao, graduate students in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, took second place in the third annual National Security Innovation Competition (NSIC) held May 1 in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Degree recipients and your family members and friends; members of the faculty and all who form part of the university community; Father Jenkins and distinguished guests and honorees: To all of you I say, “Congratulations.” Although the pursuit of an advanced degree can often seem painfully lonely, it is in the end a collective effort requiring not only the talent and perseverance of the degree candidate but also some combination of patient support, affection, and nudging by a range of others. All are entitled to take pride in this moment. The question is, “What next?”…
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation President Don Michael Randel told 2009 University of Notre Dame master’s and doctoral degree recipients during his commencement address on Saturday, May 16th, that they are part of the deep intellectual infrastructure of the nation and that they must also be its guardians.
Four doctoral candidates at the University of Notre Dame who received the 2009 Eli J. and Helen Shaheen Graduate School Awards were recognized at the Graduate School’s Commencement ceremony on May 16.
Professor Danny Z. Chen of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering is awarded the 2009 James A. Burns, C.S.C. Award at the Graduate School’s Commencement ceremony.
Now the Frank and Julie Jungers Dean of Engineering at the University of Washington, Matthew O’Donnell is a biomedical engineer who is renowned for his interdisciplinary focus.