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Notre Dame College recognized nearly 130 students with awards and named its Distinguished Faculty Award and Outstanding Teaching Award winners during the 2015 Honors Convocation.

Faculty clapping

Notre Dame College will honor for the first time a graduating student who has persisted through uncommon circumstances and displayed personal maturity by means of his or her education at the College.

Notre Dame College Students Learn from Refugee, Experts in Immigration Issues

A refugee of civil war and genocide in Sudan—who started fighting there at age 9 and three years later was general to 6,000 boys—shared his story of social justice with Notre Dame College theology students.

M. Logan Johnson, Ph.D., associate professor of biology

Notre Dame College celebrated President’s List and Dean’s List recipients during a recognition ceremony in which 2014 Distinguished Faculty Member M. Logan Johnson, Ph.D., explained how hitting a brick wall, that is failing, can be a good thing.

Notre Dame College Moot Court Team to Compete in National Tournament

Four Notre Dame College students have been invited to compete in the National Moot Court Invitational April 23-25 in Chicago in only the third year of the College's program.

Glenn B. Siniscalchi

A Notre Dame College theology faculty member has built a case in Scripture to dispute some scholars who discount the physical Resurrection appearances of Jesus as simply bereavement experiences.

To accommodate the record number of graduates and their families, Notre Dame College will host two undergraduate degree ceremonies, both on Sunday, May 10. The graduate ceremony and other events are scheduled for Saturday, May 9.

Notre Dame College Student, Faculty, Visiting Fellow Presentations Highlight Wee

Notre Dame College presents its first Celebration of Scholarship Week—featuring student creative projects, faculty research and a keynote address by a renowned photographer serving as a visiting fellow—April 13-17 on campus.

Notre Dame College Looks Back at Dutch Trip, Sets Sights on Sicily and Rome

Notre Dame College’s educational travel program just returned from Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. The next immersion will be 10 days in Sicily and Rome, with President Thomas G. Kruczek and his wife, Carrie, expected along for the trip.

Notre Dame College Offers Reflections troughout Lent and the Triduum of Easter

Colleagues in the Notre Dame College community share their reflections during this Lenten season. A total of eight messages will be presented: Ash Wednesday, the six Sundays of Lent, the Triduum and Easter Sunday.