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For scholars who share a common passion for inquiry because of what it can reveal about our world and ourselves, there is opportunity here.

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The Demands of Justice

Notre Dame is animated by a faith that inspires us to seek knowledge because of the powerful tool it can be to improve humankind.

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The Connected World

Notre Dame seeks to be in the world, and to bring the world to Notre Dame, because inquiry and scholarly exchange are enriched by the pursuit of cultural fluency.

Global Scholarship at ND

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US Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan visits Notre Dame

Kagan spent the morning co-teaching a criminal law class for first-year Notre Dame Law School students and meeting with Law School faculty, and later joined G. Marcus Cole, the Joseph A. Matson Dean of the Law School, for a livestreamed conversation at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center.

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Gen. Bryan P. Fenton named 2023 Rev. William Corby, C.S.C., Award recipient

The University of Notre Dame Alumni Association has named alumnus Gen. Bryan P. Fenton as the winner of the 2023 Rev. William Corby, C.S.C., Award. The honor was presented on Saturday (Sept. 23) during the Ohio State home football weekend. One of the Alumni Association’s most prestigious honors, the Corby Award is bestowed upon Notre Dame graduates who have distinguished themselves in military service. The award is named for the University’s third president, who served as chaplain of the Irish Brigade during the U.S. Civil War.…

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A Perilous Journey

Economics students witness the challenges of migration in Mexico

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A Bog's Life

As Ireland contemplates its energy future, a Notre Dame student works to restore its ecological past.

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The Chip Makers

Each year, a group of Notre Dame students receives a massive—though tiny—challenge: Build a semiconductor chip inside Notre Dame’s nanofabrication facility