The Medieval Institute is delighted to announce that Ph.D. candidate Dov Honick has been awarded two prestigious positions.
Since retiring from the U.S. Air Force as a major general in 2006, where he worked on research and development of nuclear weapons, Latiff has channeled his concern over trends in weapons development into a course at Notre Dame: The Ethics of Emerging Weapons Technologies.
Steve Asiala, the assistant director for research engagement at the IDEA Center, has successfully spearheaded the implementation of entrepreneurship classes for Ph.D. students in the College of Engineering, College of Science, and the Graduate School. Starting in Fall 2023, the COE, COS, and the Graduate School, in collaboration with the IDEA Center, will offer two graduate-level, 1-credit courses. These courses will introduce post-qualifying exam students pursuing their Ph.D. in the Colleges of Science and Engineering to the principles of generating impact from research innovations, entrepreneurship, and deep-tech commercialization.
David Brunsma '93 Ph.D. David Brunsma, who earned his Ph.D. at Notre Dame in 1993, was awarded the 2023 Cox-Johnson Award by American Sociology Association (ASA). The Cox-Johnson award recognizes scholars who have made important scholarly contributions in the areas of social justice, human rights, activism, and racial-ethnic groups that have experienced discrimination. Along with co-winner, David Embrick, Brunsma founded and edited a new ASA journal in 2013, Sociology of Race & Ethnicity, …
Twenty University of Notre Dame students — three graduate students and 17 undergraduates — have been selected as Fulbright U.S. Student Program finalists for the 2023-24 academic year.
Notre Dame recognized as a preeminent research university, selected to join Association of American Universities (AAU)
The University of Notre Dame has been selected for inclusion in the Association of American Universities (AAU), a consortium of the nation’s leading public and private research universities, Notre Dame’s president, Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., announced today.