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Jeffrey Burks found that nonprofits make accounting errors at a relatively high rate, most likely because they don’t devote many resources to administrative costs.
Cultivating ivy-covered gardens: Political science professor looks at disconnect between self-image and reality of field
Trends in political science are marginalizing the subfield of security studies, argues Michael Desch in a new piece in the journal Perspectives on Politics.
ND-GAIN joins researchers examining weather extremes and city infrastructure
The researchers, with NSF backing, will look at innovative ways of making urban infrastructure more resilient.
Notre Dame receives $1.6 million from Accenture to expand technology and opportunity in Uganda and South Africa
The grant will expand the Connectivity, Electricity and Education for Entrepreneurship (CE3) project.
In Memoriam: V. Paul Kenney, professor emeritus of physics
V. Paul Kenney, a prominent researcher in physics who was active in the Church, died July 18 at age 87.
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