Grace Song Swihart, Ph.D. candidate in history This Q&A is part of an ongoing series with Arts and Letters graduate students. Read more Q&As with graduate students and faculty members here. For history…
Sameer, postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, describes himself as an explorer of the cosmos. He studies low density diffuse gas, the invisible matter surrounding galaxies.
The Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center (ND TEC) earlier this year prioritized the creation of the Technology Ethics Postdoctoral Fellows Program, appointing Georgina Curto Rex, Cody Turner, and Carolina Villegas-Galaviz as its inaugural cohort of fellows.
The Center for Italian Studies is pleased to announce that Giulia Maria Gliozzi, a first year PhD student in Italian Studies at Notre Dame, has received the Grandgent Award of the Dante Society of America for the best essay submitted by a graduate student.
Lenai Taylor Johnson '22 MGA Lenai Taylor Johnson (MGA ’22) isn’t sure how much people know about peace and security issues related to nuclear weapons, but she is working to ensure they know more—even using Instagram and TikTok to broach the topic with younger, more diverse groups.…
Joseph Earl Thomas' debut book—Sink: A Memoir—is forthcoming from Grand Central Publishing in February 2023. The Creative Writing Program at the University of Notre Dame will host a reading by the 2019 MFA alumnus on April 19th, 2023.
The University of Notre Dame has been ranked as the No. 15 top graduate school for entrepreneurship by The Princeton Review as part of its annual “Top 50 Undergraduate and Top 50 Graduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies” rankings. While the University’s ESTEEM Graduate Program, a one-year professional master’s degree conferring a Master of Science in Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship, is the primary driver behind this distinction, the University’s total entrepreneurial profile also includes programming and course work offerings from the Mendoza College of Business and the Keough School of Global Affairs. The 2023 rankings were announced by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine on Nov. 15. The rankings are based on data from the publication’s annual survey of more than 300 colleges and universities that offer entrepreneurship studies and programs.