Fighting Irish Media (FIM) student workers receive real-world work experience in areas including live event production, feature writing, recap writing, social media, graphic design, and statistical analysis.
First-year students and advisors nominate outstanding instructors for the Thomas P. Madden Teaching Award.
The Moreau First Year Experience invites applications to the Moreau Student Advisory Council.
Dr. Rufus Burnett joined the First Year of Studies advising faculty in August 2016. He and first-year students interested in the blues host the First Year Blues Review, a radio program on WSND 88.9 FM, every Monday from 10:00 PM to midnight.
The Writing Center is unit of the University Writing Program, along with Writing and Rhetoric. Both the Writing Center and Writing and Rhetoric teach students how to frame a claim, conduct research, provide evidence, consider alternative views, and write in language appropriate to the intended audience.
Rev. Donald G. LaSalle, Jr., S.M.M., is an academic advisor in the First Year of Studies and also serves as an assistant director of the FYS Peer Advising Program.
Zoë Gioja is the National Fellowships Coordinator for the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE). She advises first-year and sophomore students who are interested in applying for national fellowships.
We are a unit of the Center for Social Concerns — we sponsor research, education, and dialogue on issues involving work, opportunity, and social justice. We hope to connect students to the Catholic Social Tradition’s commitment to workers and workers’ rights. We would like the Notre Dame community to get...
A critical information literacy is a fundamental requirement for doing academic research. The Association of College and Research Libraries has proposed a framework for developing a critical information literacy for students of higher education.
Amid all the Welcome Weekend excitement of moving into their residence halls, meeting other members of the Class of 2019, and getting to know the Notre Dame campus, first-year students also went to their very first class.
Sierra Mayhew ’19, like many incoming first-years, is already busy packing bags in July. But, unlike most early packers, she’ll use those suitcases well before Welcome Weekend starts — as a student in Historic Fashion in the Arts: Theatre, Film, Paintings, Sculpture, and Re-enactment, a Department of Film, Television, and Theatre university seminar.