Swiss banks use the cloud differently from American ones. With the support of the Nanovic Institute, Margaret Thomann traveled to Switzerland to learn why.
Nanovic Fellow Robert R. Coleman, Professor Emeritus of Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art History, Department of Art, Art History and Design was admitted as academicus to the Classe di Studi Borromaici of the Academy of the Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan this fall.
Funded in part by the Institute, Nanovic Fellow John Deak (History) published an article recently in The American Historical Review. In the following interview, Professor Deak discusses his paper and his latest research on the history of the Habsburg Empire.
In “Vanguard of the Revolution: The Global Idea of the Communist Party” (Princeton University Press, 2017), author A. James McAdams seeks to understand how such a significant institution could be so different from country to country and still flourish.
Brad S. Gregory, the Dorothy G. Griffin Professor of Early Modern European History at the University of Notre Dame and Fellow of the Nanovic Institute, explains how Martin Luther's 95 Theses eventually, but unintentionally, led to a world of modern capitalism, polarizing politics and more.
Patrick Griffin, the Madden-Hennebry Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame, has been appointed director of the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies, effective Jan. 1, 2018. Professor Griffin is also a Fellow of the Nanovic Institute for European Studies.
A. James McAdams, Director of the Nanovic Institute, has received praise for his recent book, Vanguard of the Revolution: The Global Idea of the Communist Party.
Tom Gresik discusses his recent article on income shifting and his appointment to the Advisory Board at the Norwegian Center for Taxation.
JR and Natalia Drause encounter diverse religious communities on their journey across the Trans-Siberian Railway.
Sarah Bueter, with successive internships now under her belt sponsored in part by the Nanovic Institute, has returned to campus for her senior year as a Peace Studies and Theology major with a minor in the Catholic Social Tradition.
Mark Cummings is a Nanovic Fellow and the William J. Shaw Center for Children and Families Professor of Psychology at Notre Dame.
Thomas Doran ('19) engaged in a service internship at Joel Nafuma Refugee Center during the summer of 2017 with help from the Nanovic Institute and the Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway.
How do British junior doctors help ensure their voices are heard regarding working conditions that are optimal for patient care? Aspiring physician, Beverly Kyalwazi (’17), recently traveled to London to learn more and found the process can be challenging when trade unions, medicine, and governments intersect.
Stacy Sivinsky, a doctoral candidate in English, receive a Nanovic Institute's graduate professionalization grant to travel to England to attend a George Egerton conference at Loughborough University and interact with other New Woman scholars.
Master of Divinity student, Michael Rossetti, recently returned from Siena, Italy where he served the elderly and disabled, and grew in his Italian conversational skills as well. He recently wrote to us about his experience on La dolce vita è una vita di misericordia (or the sweet life is a life...
The GGFRA program was developed to highlight the potential of the University of Notre Dame’s Global Gateways for the advancement of research and scholarship at the University.
Marcela Andoková Comenius University of Bratislava, Slovak Republic Faculty of Arts, Department of Classical and Semitic Philology Marcela's research areas include classical philology, early-Christian and patristic studies, ancient and modern rhetoric. Her focus this July will be “The Ambivalence of Augustine’s Rhetoric in Relation to the Jews” as well as...
J.J. Wright, University of Notre Dame doctoral candidate in sacred music and Grammy award-winning composer, will premiere his five-part composition “Drama and Devotion” on June 1 (Thursday) at Chiesa Nuova in Rome.
Nanovic Fellow Eileen Hunt Botting, professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame, has been appointed director of merit scholarship programs at the University.
Rare Books and Special Collections shares news about an original 1818 edition of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
Lorenzo Dell'Oso, a doctoral candidate in Italian, received a Nanovic Academic Year Travel and Research Grant for his project "From Philology to Newton's Optics, from printers to engravers: one research week in Giambattista Vico's Naples."
Jean Carlo Yunén Aróstegui, a senior with majors in Film, Theatre and Television and Environmental Science, travelled to Norway over spring break to pursue a project on documenting climate change. Read more about his experience.
Nanovic Fellow Felipe Fernández-Armesto has received Spain's highest honor for contributors to science, scholarship, education, and the arts.
This spring, the Institute funded a faculty-led seminar to Salzburg to explore the complex phenomenon of asylum seeking in Europe.
The Physician Assistant (PA) is now known as the 3rd best job in the U.S., but is still relatively unknown in most countries. Lea Hix (’17) investigates the early stages of PA implementation in Germany, a key step to global prevalence of this profession.
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.
Four faculty members in Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters have been awarded 2017 fellowships from the American Council of Learned Societies including Nanovic Fellow Evan Ragland from the department of history.
With financial support from the Nanovic Institute, the Holy Cross Office of Vocations sent a group of students on a discernment pilgrimage to Rome during spring break. In addition to having time to reflect on their vocations and to meet Fr. Superior General Robert Epping of the Congregation of Holy...
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.