Angelie Singh at the plaza de espana sevilla
Student

Angelie Singh

Opportunities to Explore

Student, NDMU Class of 2021
International Studies, Spanish
Thanks to NDMU, I was able to go abroad for a year in Spain and participate in a summer abroad in Peru. I was given the opportunity to step outside my comfort zone, both personally and academically."
Jolisse holding a blue folder that says "The Fund for American Studies"
Student

Jolisse Gray

Summer Leadership Opportunity

Student, NDMU Class of 2023
International Studies
Jolisse combined her love of service and politics in an eight-week summer leadership program, Leadership + American Presidency, through The Fund for American Studies (TFAS). She had the opportunity to live in Washington, D.C. while immersing herself in hands-on simulations and case studies that examined some of the greatest leadership challenges in history.
Katherine Martinez Argueta
Alum

Katherine Martinez Argueta

Improved Self-Esteem

Alum, NDMU Class of 2020
English, Spanish
Before coming to Notre Dame, I knew I had potential, but I was lacking the confidence to go after what I wanted. In every course here, my instructors challenged me to get better and better. By the time I graduated, my self-esteem improved a lot, and I think that is one of the most valuable things I gained from NDMU.
Jolisse Gray
Student

Jolisse Gray

A Prestigious Fellowship

Student, NDMU Class of 2023
International Studies, Political Science
Jolisse is the first-ever NDMU recipient of the Newman Civic Fellowship. She is a passionate student leader invested in advancing the voices and stories of those of Latin American descent. “My on-campus participation at NDMU has led to opportunities to speak about issues and policies around the world with official ambassadors and consulates," said Jolisse. "Through the Newman Civic Fellowship, I seek the tools to further develop my global advocacy work for Latin America and continue my service to this community whom I call family.”