Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics has awarded Kimberly Curtis, bioengineering graduate student, the Leiva Graduate Fellowship in Precision Medicine. The fellowship recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding performance or who bring special qualities or abilities to the University of Notre Dame in the area of Precision Medicine research.
This year’s winners boast cutting-edge research accomplishments in their fields, as well as notable publication records, national recognition, talent for teaching and mentorship, and dedication to the community.
Graduate School degree recipients encouraged to practice empathy, ‘insist on reason and evidence’ in judgments and decisions
The University of Notre Dame Graduate School held its annual Commencement Ceremony Saturday (May 19), handing out 286 doctoral degrees and 500 master’s degrees and presenting several awards to distinguished members of the Graduate School community.