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CSI: Notre DameCSI: Notre Dame

There is significant work being done by the scientists at Notre Dame of Maryland University. And because student collaboration with professors is a hallmark of a Notre Dame education, these scientists conduct their research with students by their side.


My Summer of War

Over the past 60 years, few international issues have generated as much rancor, terror, and sorrow as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Among Israeli and Palestinian citizens, the desire for peace and security is pervasive, but the hope for its achievement is agonizingly elusive. In this atmosphere of violence, sustaining a dialogue of peace and mutual learning is imperative. In her essay, Notre Dame student Hanadi Kaleel contributes her voice to this ongoing dialogue.


A Greater PurposeA Greater Purpose

After 120 years, Notre Dame's focus on service is stronger than ever.

 


Gibbons Restoration Project Launches

The Merrick Tower renewal is just the beginning.

 


A Notre Dame Nurse A Notre Dame Nurse Gives Back

As a young nurse, Kay Pitts ’96 came to the conclusion that the best way to advance her career was to earn a bachelor’s degree. But, as a working mother, where would she find the time? The Notre Dame of Maryland Weekend College, now the College of Adult Undergraduate Studies, provided a solution.

 


REUNION 2014!

REUNION 2014!

Reunion 2014 was a great success! More than 500 celebrated a weekend of festivity and fun, setting new records for class participation and giving! The Class of 1964 celebrated their 50th Reunion, receiving their gold engraved pins from President Yam at a special breakfast on Saturday morning.


LETTERS

Letter from the President
Letter from the Editor


NDMU News

Class Notes

NDMU by the Numbers


GIVING

Meletia Society
A Notre Dame Nurse Gives Back
Trustees
Montrose Society
The Decision to Give


IN MEMORIAM

Isabel H. Klots
E. Catherine Dunn, Ph.D. ’38
Virginia Kelly Rice

Confessions of an Inquisitive Child

THE LAST WORD

Confessions of an Inquisitive Child
La Vida Cooper '03 advocates encouraging girls' natural curiosity, even if it means breaking a few eggs.


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