Hannah Zdansky, who just completed her first year in Notre Dame’s Ph.D. in Literature Program, has won a Jacob K. Javits Fellowship—one of 40 awarded nationwide thus far out of more than 700 applications. The fellowship will pay her tuition, fees, and a living stipend for the next four years.
Andrew Forbes (Ph.D. Biological Sciences 2008): Dissertation Research Published in Science, Noted in New York Times
Andrew Forbes, who received his Ph.D. in biology from Notre Dame in August 2008, is the first author on a recent publication based on his doctoral dissertation research in the journal Science, one of the premier science journals in the world.
Notre Dame alumni Miguel H. Diaz and Timothy J. Roemer are among a dozen ambassadorial nominees announced by the White House.
Andrew Blaich and Qi Liao, graduate students in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, took second place in the third annual National Security Innovation Competition (NSIC) held May 1 in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Degree recipients and your family members and friends; members of the faculty and all who form part of the university community; Father Jenkins and distinguished guests and honorees: To all of you I say, “Congratulations.” Although the pursuit of an advanced degree can often seem painfully lonely, it is in the end a collective effort requiring not only the talent and perseverance of the degree candidate but also some combination of patient support, affection, and nudging by a range of others. All are entitled to take pride in this moment. The question is, “What next?”…
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation President Don Michael Randel told 2009 University of Notre Dame master’s and doctoral degree recipients during his commencement address on Saturday, May 16th, that they are part of the deep intellectual infrastructure of the nation and that they must also be its guardians.
Four doctoral candidates at the University of Notre Dame who received the 2009 Eli J. and Helen Shaheen Graduate School Awards were recognized at the Graduate School’s Commencement ceremony on May 16.
Professor Danny Z. Chen of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering is awarded the 2009 James A. Burns, C.S.C. Award at the Graduate School’s Commencement ceremony.
Now the Frank and Julie Jungers Dean of Engineering at the University of Washington, Matthew O’Donnell is a biomedical engineer who is renowned for his interdisciplinary focus.
Don Michael Randel, president of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, will be the principal speaker May 16 (Saturday) at the Commencement ceremony for the University of Notre Dame Graduate School.
The Graduate School to raise stipend levels for entering students in 2009-2010 and increase its funding for all graduate students’ health insurance premiums.
Nathan Yee, who received his Ph.D. in civil engineering and geological sciences from Notre Dame in 2001, has been selected by the European Association for Geochemistry as the 2009 Houtermans’ medalist.
Stacy Hoehn, who will receive her Ph.D. in Mathematics this semester, has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Postdoctoral Fellowship to study at Vanderbilt University for two or three years.
All graduate students are invited to attend a performance of the world-renowned Kronos Quartet at the University’s DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on Friday, March 27, 2009, 7:00 p.m.
On Monday, March 16, at 3:30 p.m., in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, the Graduate School will hold a memorial Mass for Terrence J. Akai, senior associate dean of the Graduate School of the University of Notre Dame, who died suddenly on February 28.
It is with the deepest sadness that I must report to you that Terry Akai died suddenly and unexpectedly Saturday morning. He was at home and had either a massive cardiac arrest or stroke. Terry was 59 years old.
Terrence J. Akai, senior associate dean of the Graduate School of the University of Notre Dame, died Saturday in his home. He was 59 years old.
The University of Notre Dame’s Creative Writing Program has been ranked 13th in the nation in a new poll conducted by the readers of Poets & Writers Magazine.
In 2008, Richard Notebaert, chair of the University of Notre Dame’s Board of Trustees, and his wife, Peggy, made a $10 million gift to fund a wide-ranging new fellowship initiative in the University’s Graduate School.