Stephane Dunn ’94 M.A., ’00 MFA, ’00 Ph.D., is a professor, scholar, and co-founder of the Cinema, Television and Emerging Media Studies Program at Morehouse College with a successful career writing for both academic and creative media. But that impressive resume was never a foregone conclusion and required the Elkhart, Indiana native to dig deep for motivation during her years as a graduate student at Notre Dame.
Georgina Curto Rex, a postdoctoral fellow at the Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center (ND TEC), and several coauthors were awarded one of two outstanding paper awards at ACL 2023 (61st Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics) within the Workshop on Online Abuse and Harms.
In memoriam: Jeffrey Kantor, former vice president, associate provost, and dean of the Graduate School
Jeffrey Kantor, professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, former associate provost, vice president for graduate studies and research, and dean of the Graduate School at the University of Notre Dame, died unexpectedly on July 12 at his home in Rainy Lake, Minnesota. He was 69.
Jeffrey Berland, Ph.D. candidate in medieval studies Medieval Institute Ph.D. candidate Jeffrey Berland has been invited to join the University of Tübingen's Center for Advanced Studies for a six-month postdoctoral fellowship as part of their program "Migration and Mobility in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages…
One month after Russian forces invaded his home country of Ukraine in February 2022, Oleksii Kovalenko MGA ’19 joined Voice of America as an international media journalist based in Washington, DC. Since that time, Kovalenko has worked as part of a team of 30 journalists that produces in-depth coverage of Ukraine for the US-owned news agency, the largest international broadcaster in the United States.
Tom Nee speaking with students before demonstrating how to shear a sheep. The University of Notre Dame’s Naughton Fellowship program has announced 31 faculty members and students as awardees in its 2023-2024 cohort. Funded by a gift from the Naughton family in 2008, Naughton Fellowships foster leadership through international partnerships and stimulate collaborative research efforts. Fellows from Ireland have the opportunity to study and conduct research at the University of Notre Dame. Fellows from Notre Dame complete their fellowship at a leading Irish research university.…
Leaders for materials science and engineering Ph.D. program meet to recognize progress, establish new program goals
Notre Dame introduced the interdisciplinary MSE PhD program in July 2020. Through the end of the Spring 2023 semester, four students have graduated with the interdisciplinary degree.
Carolyn Woo, the retired CEO of Catholic Relief Services and former dean of the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, will serve as the keynote speaker at 2023 Commencement Ceremony of the Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) at the University of Notre Dame on Saturday, July 15. “We are honored that Carolyn will speak to our graduates,” said John Staud, the executive director of ACE. “She has spent her life working to improve the lives of children around the world, a mission that resonates with our graduates and exemplifies our Catholic mission.”