Professors Blogs About Holocaust Studies

Dr. Louise Prochaska is spending three weeks in Jerusalem, Israel, as a participant in the Summer Institute at Yad Vashem, the most comprehensive center of Holocaust commemoration in the world. She is blogging about her experiences.

Ryan Summers and Meghan Baron will enter nurse residency at Vanderbilt.

Two graduates of Notre Dame's nursing program were chosen over hundreds of other applicants to enter one of the most prestigious nurse residency programs in the country. Meghan Baron and Ryan Summers will attend Vanderbilt University.

The Storefront Art Initiative post was designed by student Kristie Hegedus.

NDC students are bringing back life to vacant storefronts in South Euclid by displaying their artwork as part of the Storefront Art Initiative, a collaboration between Notre Dame College and the city to publicize their art and attract tenants.

Dr. Beth Kaskel is the new chair of Notre Dame College's nursing division.

Notre Dame has named Dr. Beth L. Kaskel, DNP, MS, RN, CNE the new chair of its nursing division, replacing Dr. Diane Jedlicka who retired last year. Dr. Kaskel brings a wealth of experience to NDC as she hopes to continue the program's success.

Grads Intern with Sisters in India

Graduates Donovan Maben and Thomas McKrill along with Professor Stephen Hotchkiss embarked on NDC's first international student internship with the Sisters of Notre Dame in Bangalore, India. They are blogging about their experiences.

Class of '11 Finishes Climb to Graduation

More than 170 graduates received their diplomas and three outstanding students were recognized in a special way during Notre Dame College’s 87th commencement on May 14.

Len Barker whiffed 11 batters in his gem on May 15, 1981.

Falcon pitching coach and Indians legend Len Barker celebrated the 30th anniversary of his Perfect Game against the Toronto Blue Jays on May 15, 1981. Barker pitched the 10th Perfect Game in Major League Baseball history that night.

NDC Grad Jess Suvak ran 250 kilometers in Bolivia.

Jess Suvak didn’t walk across the stage at her Commencement ceremony; she participated in an extreme long-distance running event across the world's largest salt flats in Bolivia in celebration of the International Year of Chemistry instead.

Notre Dame’s Requiem Indoor Colorguard finished its season earning a silver.

The Notre Dame College Band Winter Programs can look back at a successful inaugural season as they earned gold and silver medals at the Mid-East Performance Association Championships at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio.

Notre Dame will launch a master's in security policy studies in 2011.

Notre Dame will launch a Master of Arts in Security Policy Studies in the fall of 2011. The program aims to educate strategic analysts, managers and decision-makers for careers in intelligence analysis, emergency management and homeland security.