The Nanovic Institute launches a special 30th anniversary Year in Review 2021-22

Author: Gráinne McEvoy

30 Years Emma Banner Conductor

The Nanovic Institute is pleased to share its Year in Review 2021-22, which was launched during the Institute’s recent celebration of its 30th anniversary (1992-2022). This year’s publication is a special edition that includes a review of programs and initiatives over the last academic year, alongside a celebration of 30 years of turning hearts and minds to Europe.

This Year in Review animates the vision and goals of the Nanovic Institute’s 2021-26 strategic plan with the stories and experiences of our students, faculty, and friends. It provides an overview of programming for and engagement with our students and highlights the research and teaching achievements of our faculty fellows. It reviews signature events, including Nanovic Forum lectures by distinguished visitors Myroslav Marynovych, Lord David Alton, and Anne Applebaum, and it highlights the ways in which Nanovic has stood in solidarity with its friends and colleagues in Ukraine.

The publication also includes a special section that shares and celebrates the Institute’s history. This history reflects a consistency of purpose — a mission focused on the student experience and on building a vibrant home for European studies at the University of Notre Dame — alongside an evolution of the Institute’s founding goals through the commitment, creativity, and intellectual curiosity of the Nanovic community.

To read the Institute's previous Year in Review publications, visit the Nanovic website

Read the Year in Review: 30th Anniversary Edition