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.
Graduate School and Trinity College Dublin Launch Naughton Exchange Program in Science and Engineering
Martin Naughton, long a generous benefactor to the University, has established a fund for an exchange program between graduate students in science and engineering at Notre Dame and Trinity College, Dublin.
Life after graduate school for Andrew Teeter (Ph.D. Theology 2008) is a life deeply rooted in the subjects that were his passion as a graduate student at Notre Dame: the Hebrew Bible, the Second Temple period, and early Jewish biblical interpretation.
Robert Boguslaski (Ph.D. Chemistry 1966) recently established a fellowship for graduate students at Notre Dame that will provide stipends for Ph.D. students who have reached their third year of study in chemistry, biochemistry, or molecular biology.
Errol Philip, a University of Notre Dame graduate student in the Department of Psychology’s counseling program, recently received the Student Research Award from the health section of the Society of Counseling Psychology, a division of the American Psychological Association.
David Thunder (Ph.D. 2007) and Derek Webb (Ph.D. 2008) have joined the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University as post-doctoral fellows.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Yiannis Kaznessis, a 1999 Chemical Engineering Ph.D. recipient at Notre Dame, a 2007 CAREER Award, one of its most prestigious awards for new faculty members.
On November 21, the Graduate Student Union hosted Notre Dame’s first Graduate Research Symposium.
Gregory E. Sterling, Dean of the Graduate School, announced this month that the University of Notre Dame has signed an agreement with the government of Chile that will facilitate the opportunity for students in that country to earn graduate degrees at Notre Dame and for doctoral students and faculty to engage in exchanges.
Michael Collins, the 2008 Distinguished Graduate School Alumnus Award Winner
Sherri Smith, 2009 Biological Sciences doctoral candidate, wins prestigious postdoctoral fellowship at the Pasteur Institute in Paris