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Learn about all the Good Stuff To Do at Notre Dame! Today with us we have the Higgins Labor Café.
Russian Language and Literature professor David Gasperetti presents the Russian Language and Literature department at Notre Dame and its many opportunities for learning and growth.
Department of Latino Studies professor Karen Richman presents the Latino Studies department at Notre Dame and its many opportunities for learning and growth.
Department of Africana Studies professor Maria McKenna presents the Africana Studies department at Notre Dame and its many opportunities for learning and growth.
Department of English professor Laura Betz presents the English department at Notre Dame and its many opportunities for learning and growth.
The Moreau First Year Experience course sequence, FYS10101 and FYS 10102, has become an integral part of the lives of first-year students at Notre Dame. Currently in its second year, this course is designed to help them make a transition to life at the University by facilitating the integration of...
First-year students must meet with their First Year advisors in person by March 31 to complete to formally declare their colleges for their sophomore year and majors when appropriate.
Department of Classics professor Tadeusz Mazurek presents the Classics department at Notre Dame and its many opportunities for learning and growth.
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.
At Notre Dame, there are three curricular configurations: Majors which are comprised of eight to ten three-credit classes, supplementary majors which require twenty-four credits, and minors which require fifteen credits. What is the benefit of a minor?
Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies professor Ghada Bualuan presents the Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies department at Notre Dame and its many opportunities for increased cultural proficiency, studying abroad, and more.
The Class of 2020 will register for spring semester November 21-22. Here are some guiding questions that may help you make good course choices.
To answer this question, I spoke with Dr. Maureen Dawson, Assistant Dean for Cultural Competency and Engagement in the First Year of Studies.
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.
When you heard we had to create an ePortfolio this summer, did you think, “What is that?” or “How could that be helpful in any way?”
First-year fencers Christina Boitano and Julia Barry were asked about the hardest part of being a student athlete. Both replied, “Time management.” Time management can be difficult any first-year student, but even harder if you are an athlete.
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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.