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Conference on Human Dignity and Human Development (more...)


Undergraduates Engage the World through the Kellogg Summer Internship Program (more...)


New NSF Funding for Varieties of Democracy(more...)


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NEWS

Venezuelan Maestro Awarded Final Notre Dame PrizeVenezuelan Maestro Awarded Final Notre Dame Prize
Visionary music educator José Antonio Abreu was honored for his extraordinary work fighting poverty and violence and developing whole, successful young people through classical music.

Michael CoppedgeNew NSF Funding for Varieties of Democracy
Faculty Fellow Michael Coppedge shares in a $277,000 NSF grant for research that uses new V-Dem data to identify the impact of democracy on economic development and infrastructure.

Gustavo GutiérrezFather Gutierrez to Receive 2014 Gittler Prize
Faculty Fellow Rev. Gustavo Gutiérrez, OP, will be honored by Brandeis University for the excellence of his scholarly work and its lasting contribution to the world.

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IN THE MEDIA

Rev. Robert Pelton, CSCNotre Dame's International Conference on Archbishop Oscar Romero
In-depth interview with Faculty Fellow Rev. Robert Pelton, CSC on WNDU (story and video)

Faculty Fellow Michael Desch on Scottish vote
Opinion: Nationalists should not be ignored after Scottish poll (CNN)
European Integration Emboldens Europe's Separatists (WSJ)
Scotland's Vote Could Bring Big Changes To England, Wales, N. Ireland (NPR)

Mary Ellen O'ConnellObama’s Illegal War
There are alternative options to unlawful force, writes Faculty Fellow Mary Ellen O’Connell in Politico.

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