Whether he’s studying in Uganda or France, South Africa or South Bend — or speaking English, Luganda, French, or Swahili — Trevor Lwere has one topic at the forefront of his mind. No matter where he is, the economics and global affairs major is driven to investigate what different cultures and perspectives can teach each other about forming the best society. “Every time I move to a different place, I get curious about how different societies imagine how they should be organized and how they approach life,” he said.
University of Notre Dame junior Patrick Hidalgo McCabe has been named a 2020 Truman Scholar, becoming the ninth Notre Dame student selected for the award since 2010.
Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar Takunda Ushe has big dreams for Africa, and he's tackling the challenges the continent faces one step at a time.
As Cameo's VP of engineering, Chas Jhin, HYSP '14, is in charge of the company's technology and manages the engineering teams in Chicago and Los Angeles.
Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar Najmeddine Harrabi '19 developed his passion for creating — through filmmaking, acting, and photography — at Notre Dame.
Ms. Noonan, Father Jenkins, Dr. Francis, distinguished faculty and guests, dear friends and loved ones: Welcome and thank you for celebrating with us today, especially those of you who traveled a long way to be here.
Now, to my fellow members of the class of 2019: We are invited today to step forth from this institution. We are invited to exit this arena, and greet what lies ahead. It’s an invitation to respond to what we’ve been given by putting our learning in the service of justice. Will you say “yes”?…
Hesburgh-Yusko sophomore Conal Fagan will continue his role as the Notre Dame leprechaun for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Two members of the University of Notre Dame Debate Team — freshman Patrick Aimone and sophomore Conrad Palor — took first place Saturday (April 6) in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Debate Championship in Washington, D.C.
Established in 2016, the Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program offers full funding, including tuition and academic, living and travel expenses, for students enrolled in one of Stanford’s more than 200 graduate and professional programs.
Arcadian Dialogues is the new student-led journal for members of the Notre Dame Scholars’ Program and Glynn Family Honors Program. It is now accepting our first round of submissions. Arcadian Dialogues particularly seeks contributions from intellectually stimulating and interesting individuals. The journal's staff invites any students in the Notre Dame Scholars' Program or enrolled in the Glynn Family Honors Program interested to learn more about the journal and its submission guidelines to attend to an introductory lounge talk to discuss the details of the journal and what makes an effective submission. The lounge talk will be fifteen minutes long with time after for questions. Pizza will be provided. Tuesday, April 9, 5:00 p.m., 120 Main Building, RSVP to Mithara at …
Hesburgh-Yusko alumna Nicole Sganga has been appointed a 2020 presidential campaign reporter for CBS News. …
Greater China and Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar Nicole Lee reflects on her time on campus and experiencing her first American football game.…
They are the University’s eighth and ninth Marshall Scholars overall and two of 10 Notre Dame students awarded one of the prestigious open-discipline British scholarships — Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell and Gates Cambridge — since 2013.
Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar Emily Vincent '18 won the Yenching Scholarship. Emily is the third Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar to receive this prestigious award.
Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar Nikhil Garg '18 won the OXY Genius Award for his cryptocurrency start-up, Centralix.
Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar Braeden Benedict, from Rancho Palos Verdes, California, has received the Goldwater Scholars Honorable Mention for the second year in a row. …
Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar Natasha Reifenberg '18, a philosophy major, has developed a passion for researching women’s rights in Latin America.
Sofia Carozza’s path has also been anything but traditional. A double major in neuroscience and theology, with an interdisciplinary minor in philosophy, politics, and economics at the University of Notre Dame, Carozza is deeply passionate about the intersection of neuroscience with the humanities. “The study of the brain helps you understand the human person, and has important implications for everything from our daily habits to how we approach social justice,” she says.