The Nanovic Institute is sponsoring graduate and undergraduate students undertaking summer research projects in eleven European countries.
Nanovic Fellow Felipe Fernández-Armesto has received Spain's highest honor for contributors to science, scholarship, education, and the arts.
This spring, Professor Hildegund Müller’s Introduction to Medieval Latin course travelled to Milan to study manuscripts at the Biblioteca Ambrosiana. Their visit offered the opportunity to not only handle manuscripts and codices in person, but also explore the historic city and its culture.
The NSF GRFP recognizes and supports outstanding graduate and graduating undergraduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and social science disciplines who are pursuing research-based degrees. One of the awardees, Nicholas Ames in anthropology, also received prior funding from the Nanovic Institute for European Studies.
Nanovic Fellow Peter Holland, the College of Arts and Letters’ associate dean for the arts and the McMeel Family Chair in Shakespeare Studies, has been named chair of the International Shakespeare Association. Holland, a professor in the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre, was selected by the association’s executive committee...
Pázmány Péter Catholic University awarded an honorary doctorate to Nanovic Fellow Paolo Carozza, director of the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies and law professor at Notre Dame Law School, on March 27 in Budapest, Hungary.
A symposium on Friday at Notre Dame Law School explored the growing international impact of sports with presentations by speakers, students, and former Fighting Irish football star Raghib “Rocket” Ismail, ’94 B.A. Sponsored in part by the Nanovic Institute for European Studies.
With now more than 170 members across campus, the Institute welcomes the following new fellows.
Rolf-Dieter Heuer, former Director-General of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, will present the Nanovic Forum Lecture and an informal colloquium on Feb. 21 & 22.
Nanovic Fellow Debra Javeline discusses her academic research.
Ivan Koniar, Associate Professor of Philosophy and previous Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Letters at the Catholic University of Ružomberok (Slovakia) shares insights on his research and experiences as a visiting scholar.
Alexis Doyle, of Los Altos, California, is one of 32 Rhodes Scholars selected from a pool of 882 candidates who had been endorsed by their colleges and universities. Doyle also received a Break Travel and Research Grant from the Nanovic Institute in 2015-16 to learn about the health care systems of...
Bishop Borys Gudziak Bishop Borys Gudziak, President of the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv and a leader of the Ukrainian Catholic Church, will present the Keeley Vatican Lecture on Tuesday, November 1, in McKenna Hall (lower level) at 12:00 noon.…
A short interview with new Nanovic Fellow Katie Jarvis from the Department of History.
Nanovic fellow Richard Economakis (Architecture) won the top honor award at this year's International Making Cities Livable (IMCL) conference in Rome for his innovative proposal for refugee villages. He was accompanied by students involved in the design studio who were funded by the Nanovic Institute.
Nanovic Fellow and former interim director Donald Crafton is one of two instrumental faculty members honored by the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre.
Out of the 29 finalists, 9 of the sudents recognized by the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program, received funding from the Nanovic Institute for European Studies.
“It is possible that a year ago some of you might have not even heard the term ‘Brexit,’” Notre Dame political science Professor A. James McAdams said last Monday, kicking off a panel discussion of the United Kingdom’s democratic decision in June to leave the European Union. As a matter...
Meet the newest edition to our visiting scholars program, Dr. Ivan Koniar, Associate Professor of Philosophy from the Catholic University of Ružomberok, Slovakia.
This month, the Nanovic Institute welcomes four scholars from Ukraine, Slovakia, Poland, and Italy for a one-month research term with the Visiting Scholars Program.