2014 Fighting For
2014 Notre Dame Fighting For Archive
Fighting to Create Economic Opportunity
A degree from a reputable community college has the potential to lift people out of poverty, but 60 percent of community college students drop out before they graduate.
Fighting for Those Touched by Cancer
One of out every three people receiving treatment for cancer also struggle with anxiety and clinical depression. Even when cancer patients survive the disease, they suffer from these psychological conditions at twice the rate of the general population.
Fighting for the Ethical Use of Technology
Addressing ethical questions about the development and use of weapons technology advancements
Fighting For Global Health
In impoverished rural areas, treatable diseases and injuries quickly turn deadly when health care is not easily accessible. Graduate student Andrew Taniguchi hopes to eradicate that worry.
Fighting to Improve Trauma Care
Each year in the United States, trauma accounts for 37 million emergency room visits and is the leading cause of death for people under age 45. Biochemist Frank Castellino’s research may improve their chances of survival.
Fighting to Explore our Universe
The work of Notre Dame astrophysicist Justin Crepp could lead to the discovery of worlds similar to our own and revolutionize our understanding of the universe.
Fighting to Design a Better Home
When Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy ripped through the coastal communities of the United States, they left over 1.5 million homes in ruins.