Director and Staff
Interim Director and Professor of Social Ethics
1060E Nanovic Hall (574) 631-5253 firstname.lastname@example.org
Clemens Sedmak serves as interim director of the Nanovic Institute for European Studies. Sedmak is professor of social ethics in the Keough School of Global Affairs and holds a joint appointment with Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns. He is also a concurrent professor of theology in the Department of Theology.
Monica serves as a staff manager, oversees planning and protocol for events, the administration of the Laura Shannon Prize in Contemporary European Studies, and the Catholic Leadership Institute for the Catholic Universities Partnership.
Grant serves as faculty liaison and oversees the Institute's communications, external grant writing, and special projects.
Melanie serves as the Institute's financial manager, office coordinator, and assistant to the director, as well as overseeing event operations.
Director of Undergraduate Studies and Associate Professor of Classics
Hildegund Müller is associate professor of classics at the University Notre Dame and a faculty fellow of the Nanovic Institute. In service to the Institute, Müller will be acting director of undergraduate studies for the 2020-21 academic year.
Jennifer oversees graphic design and publication production for both the Nanovic Institute for European Studies and the Liu Institute for Asia & Asian Studies.
Communications and Publications Coordinator
1060J Nanovic Hall (574) 631-9142 email@example.com
Connor serves as a content creator and editor for the Nanovic Institute. He also helps administer the Laura Shannon Book Prize in Contemporary European Studies, and assists in the curation of the Institute’s publications.
Jenni plans and implements all Nanovic Institute events, meetings, and visits and also serves as database manager.
Mark serves as an instructor of European Studies for the Nanovic Institute. He assists in curricular development and the organization of the institute’s new Initiative for Contemporary Europe. His courses include, “What is Europe”, “Berlin, Brussels, and Beyond”, and “European Studies Beyond the Classroom”.
Postdoctoral Research Associate
1060P Nanovic Hall (574) 631-4582 firstname.lastname@example.org
Heather Stanfiel is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Nanovic Institute. She teaches courses in European History, advises students, and works to strengthen institutional bridges between the humanities and public policy. She has also served previously as Director of Undergraduate Studies.