Twenty-seven Notre Dame students were awarded Fulbright grants in the 2016-17 program, placing the University among the top-producing universities in the nation for the third consecutive year.

Notre Dame again ranks among the top-producing Fulbright universities
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and students of Timothy Fuerst who passed away Tuesday.

In Memoriam: Timothy Fuerst, O’Neill Professor of Economics
Digging deep to find the future: Notre Dame scientists study the past to predict climate change. Read more: [ Link ]
The gathering will examine underlying causes and proposed paths forward to counter the phenomena of fanaticism, extremism and violence in the name of religion.

Gabriel Said Reynolds tapped by Vatican for Catholic-Muslim dialogue on religious extremism
Have you ever stayed at the Morris Inn at the University of Notre Dame? It's been recognized by Historic Hotels of America for preserving and maintaining its historic integrity, architecture and ambiance.

Morris Inn joins Historic Hotels of America
'The enemy of my enemy is my friend' - how 'fear ecology' and grey wolves are helping nature thrive in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

How Wolves are Helping Nature Thrive
Flying from Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles in 15 minutes? It could happen thanks to Notre Dame research. Read more: [ Link ]
And our hearts forever, love thee, Notre Dame!

Happy Valentine's Day to all the #NDFamily!
Helen Condon Jenkins, the mother of University President Fr. John Jenkins, died early this morning in her hometown of Omaha, Nebraska. Our prayers are with Fr. Jenkins, his brothers and sisters and all of Helen's family and friends.

In Memoriam: Helen Jenkins, mother of Notre Dame’s president
Tonight's partial eclipse as seen through the lens of University photographer Matt Cashore.
Congratulations to senior John Huber! He's one of 36 students in the U.S. to be selected for a Gates Cambridge scholarship which will fund his postgraduate study and research in any subject at the University of Cambridge.

Senior John Huber awarded Gates Cambridge scholarship
Geothermal systems are sustainable energy systems that will allow the University to reduce greenhouse gas production, increase energy security and capitalize on long-term cost savings. Our systems are tailored specifically toward heating and cooling campus buildings by taking advantage of the Earth’s ability to store heat in its crust.

Going Geothermal: University installing renewable energy system across campus
Professor Marya Lieberman’s Paper Analytical Device project (PAD) began six years ago as a creative collaboration between Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s College and has since evolved into an international effort to increase pharmacists’ awareness of the actual drugs they are receiving.

Lifesaving information is in the cards // Notre Dame Magazine
It’s been a year since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared Zika a public health emergency. Are we in a better place today? Has Zika stopped spreading? ND experts answer these questions and more:

Zika: Where are we now?
Thank you to the late Allan J. Riley and his wife, Radwan, for your gift in support of need- and merit-based scholarships for undergraduate, graduate and professional students.

Rileys make significant gift to Notre Dame; largest gift directed to financial aid in University’s history
O’Neill Hall joins Corbett Family Hall and the Duncan Student Center as the three structures surrounding Notre Dame Stadium.

It will be a six-story, 100,000-square-foot building for the Department of Music, the Sacred Music at Notre Dame program and hospitality space, with completion scheduled for August.

Notre Dame receives $25 million gift for O’Neill Hall
Imagineer that! Four Notre Dame students took second place in the Disney Imagineering Imaginations Design Competition last week.

The competition challenged teams to apply to same design principles used in creating Disney's theme parks and resorts to envision new outdoor spaces within their own universities.

Notre Dame students win second place in Disney Imagineering design competition
Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study Fellow Maxim Kantor painted these oil paintings on display in Hesburgh Library of philosophers Socrates, Plato, Kant and Hegel. In 2015, Kantor shared his own philosophy on creative expression and the art of truth: [ Link ]
What do 100-year-old seeds and seven-million-year-old mud samples have in common? Notre Dame professors are using them to study organic evidence of climate change to better predict our climate future.

Digging Deep to Find the Future
Singer, songwriter and producer Todd Rundgren served as the artist-in-residence for the Department of Film, Television and Theatre last Fall. Here's part of his Notre Dame story: [ Link ]

Spirit of Todd - First Time Fans Vol. 8

Musically mesmerizing, a Notre Dame football weekend sparks the spirituality inside a rock 'n roll legend.