Georgina Curto Rex, a postdoctoral fellow at the Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center (ND TEC) who specializes in applied AI, has been appointed as a visiting scholar at the Kavli Center for Ethics, Science, and the Public at the University of California, Berkeley.
Master of Fine Arts (MFA) students in the University’s studio art and design programs unveiled their latest work to the campus community on March 8 at the opening reception of this year’s Solarium Art Show in Bond Hall. An annual collaboration between the Graduate School and the Department of Art, Art History, and Design, this year’s exhibition — titled FREQUENCIES, in a nod to the “vibrational energy” of this year’s pieces — featured nine students across a variety of visual disciplines
Jack O'Meara '17 M.S., named to the 2023 "Forbes 30 Under 20 Europe" list. Jack O’Meara, a 2017 alumnus of the University of Notre Dame’s ESTEEM Graduate Program…
Materials science and engineering Ph.D. students present their research on materials for water treatment, machine learning, and gas sensing
Three students pursuing the doctorate in materials science and engineering (MSE) at Notre Dame were the featured speakers at the program’s first two community-building events of the spring semester. Angela Abarca and Hanfeng Zhang were presenters at the January meeting, while Bingxin Yang presented at the February meeting.
The Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame announced the winners of two prestigious awards, the annual Hesburgh Global Fellowship and the inaugural Howard S. Brembeck Fellowship.
On February 1st in Washington Hall, the Graduate School — in conjunction with Graduate Student Life, the Association for Women in Science, and Graduate Student Government — hosted the first of two events given by renowned speaker and coach, Ijeoma Nwaogu, Ph.D. Dr. Nwaogu uses her work to give practical and approachable advice to help people move beyond the pervasive problem of “imposter syndrome” and achieve their own personal, academic, and professional goals.
University of Notre Dame Environmental Research Center announces new cohort of graduate research fellows
A new cohort of students will get the chance to participate in Graduate Fellowships at the University of Notre Dame Environmental Research Center (UNDERC) this summer. UNDERC, part of Notre Dame Research (NDR), has announced the names of six graduate students who will conduct research at its field research station, which crosses the boundaries of Michigan’s upper peninsula and Wisconsin. There, the fellows will collect data connected to their research interests and to ongoing projects in on-campus labs.
Emmanuel Acheampong '21 M.S. ‘21 and Rofy Okyere-Forson '22 M.S., are working to revolutionize the beauty industry with AI-powered tools geared towards matching beauty and skincare products to all skin shades. The pair are co-founders of roboMUA, a cutting-edge startup that uses artificial intelligence to help consumers find the perfect beauty products for their unique skin shade. The roboMUA mobile app…
Myla Leguro, M.A. ‘10, has been selected to receive the Kroc Institute’s 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award, an annual honor that showcases Notre Dame peace studies graduates whose careers and lives exemplify the ideas of international peacebuilding. Leguro will receive this prestigious award in person on Tuesday, March 28, 2023 at 4 p.m., and offer a presentation, “Harnessing the Power of Women in Peacebuilding.” The event will take place in the auditorium at the Hesburgh Center for International Studies, and it will also be…
Alex Boomgarden, a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate from the Department of Biological Sciences, won the University of Notre Dame’s 2023 Shaheen Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT®) on Wednesday, March 1. The event — jointly sponsored by the Graduate School, the Meruelo Family Center for Career Development, and Graduate Student Government — was held on the stage of the Jordan Auditorium in the Mendoza College of Business.
During Notre Dame’s eighth annual Walk the Walk Week in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Graduate Student Life, in collaboration with the Graduate School, hosted a series of lightning talks featuring nine graduate students — across six different disciplines — whose research centers around topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The lightning talks were hosted at the Graduate School’s home of Bond Hall and highlighted the groundbreaking research of ND graduate students that is — whether directly or indirectly — advancing the goals and dreams set forth by Dr. King.