Congratulations to Notre Dame's 2019 Marshall Scholars
- Congratulations to Sofia Carozza (class of 2019, neuroscience and behavior with supplementary major in theology and minor in philosophy, politics, and economics; Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar and Glynn Scholar) and Katherine Gallagher (class of 2019, honors mathematics and music; CUSE Sorin Scholar) the University's two 2019 Marshall Scholars! This is the first time that Notre Dame has had two Marshall Scholars in the same year. Learn more about the Marshall Scholarship here.
Record Number of Spring Gilman Scholars
- Five students have been selected as Spring 2019 Gilman Scholars. They will receive funding in support of study abroad. This is a record number of recipients for the University in a single Gilman application cycle. Congratulations to the recipients!
Sorin Scholar Alumnus Charles Xu Featured on NGO Website
- Charles Xu (class of 2014, environmental sciences), a former Erasmus Mundus scholar and CUSE Sorin Scholar, has been featured on the website for Youth for Wildlife Conservation. You can read about his current research interests, and there's a mention of the innovative research he conducted while an undergraduate at Notre Dame.
Naughton Fellowships for STEM Study and Research in Ireland
- Applications are now open for the Naughton Fellowships, which "provide funding for exceptional students with an aptitude for the STEM disciplines to complete research or study in Ireland or at Notre Dame (ND)." This includes both funding for undergraduates to conduct summer STEM research in Ireland and funding for graduating seniors to earn Master's degrees in STEM in Ireland.
27 Notre Dame Students and Alumni Receive 2018-19 Fulbright Awards
- Congratulations to the 2018-19 Fulbright U.S. Student Program Finalists from the University of Notre Dame. Read the story here.
Please join us at HCRI’s 8th Annual Cancer Research Day!
Research Day is an excellent opportunity to learn about cancer research being conducted in our community. This event includes a poster session, lectures, career panel and a Keynote Address.
Research Day is FREE and open to the public.
Originally published at harpercancer.nd.edu…