Peace Studies Mr. Hayden’s petition grew out of conference calls with others in his antiwar network, including David Cortright, a veteran who protested the war in uniform and is now a scholar at Notre Dame, and John McAuliff, a former conscientious objector who runs a nonprofit organization devoted to reconciliation between the United States and Vietnam. Paying Respects, Pentagon Revives Vietnam, and War Over Truth OCT. 9, 2014
America’s war on drugs hasn’t gone well, at least in economic and racial terms. Labor economist Abigail Wozniak investigated the relationship between race, drug testing, and employment, publishing a paper in the National Bureau of Economic Research with her findings.
William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Sociology, and the Director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Society You don't have to move to the slums to experience this truth. Notre Dame sociologist Christian Smith just published his findings on generosity. Over and over again he found that people who give of their time, compassion, and money tend to be happier, healthier, and more fulfilled.
I conducted shows that whereas young Hollywood actors and actresses make about the same in yearly earnings, that parity quickly evaporates as they age. Timothy A. Judge is a professor in the Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame. His research focuses on career success, among other topics. Timothy Judge Franklin D. Schurz Professor of Management
not going to happen that quickly,” says Ann Tenbrunsel, a professor at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business who serves on Ethical Systems’ advisory board. Ann Tenbrunsel Rex and Alice A. Martin Professor of Business Ethics and Director of the Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide
American Studies and Journalism From the moment John Fitzgerald Kennedy took his first steps on the world stage, he challenged observers to figure him out. Robert Schmuhl is professor of American studies at the University of Notre Dame
But Karen Richman, a cultural anthropologist at Notre Dame who has co-authored a paper with Saad-Lessler, tends to disagree, raising questions about any study that ties biology to financial behavior. Richman argues that science has a history of relying too heavily on genetic explanations, pointing to 19th-century studies on race, gender, and intelligence, whose results were used to justify a terribly unfair social hierarchy.
best methods include looking for a young rogue’s heat in the infrared, and a technique called gravitational microlensing that works well for older, cooler planets, says astronomer David Bennett of the University of Notre Dame. Microlensing takes advantage of gravity’s ability to bend and mess with light.
in Indiana and chair of Golden Spike's lunar science advisory board, said in a statement: "Their participation is a key step forward in helping Golden Spike change the paradigm of human space exploration, through the development of highly capable lunar exploration system architecture for customers around the world." Clive R. Neal Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
and lines,” Linda Przybyszewski warns, drawing from the collective advice of a forgotten group of 20th- century sartorial experts she has unearthed, dusted off and christened the Dress Doctors. Linda Przybyszewski Associate Professor of History
Jessica Payne, a sleep researcher at the University of Notre Dame unconnected to the new study, told The Times that "without enough sleep ... teenagers are losing the ability to not only solidify information but to transform and restructure it, extracting inferences and insights into problems."
professor at the University of Notre Dame, a Roman Catholic school in South Bend, Ind., said Francis will need a strategic vision, team- building and financial skills and what he calls "charismatic empathy." Day 1: Mass, housekeeping for Pope Francis
The William T. Carey and Helen Kuhn Carey Chair in Modern Communication Gallup's most powerful idea was that "people wanted entertainment that they could personalize, that they could relate to their own experiences," according to Susan Ohmer, a film and culture professor at the University of Notre Dame. "They enjoyed narratives with situations where they could see themselves."
moral development, said it's clear the NFL needs advice, but noted that the "social responsibility" plan comes as the Vikings decided to let Peterson play next weekend and team owners expressed support for Goodell. F. Clark Power Director of Play Like a Champion Today Professor of Program of Liberal Studies
a year later, asking 'what has really changed?'" said University of Notre Dame law professor Mary Ellen O'Connell, a leading expert on extrajudicial killings who has testified before U.S. congressional committees. "The drones are still flying and the president still sees the attractiveness of this cold and antiseptic means of killing."
health care reform and climate change mitigation. He obtained the first goal but not the second. John Copeland Nagle is the John N. Matthews Professor at the Notre Dame Law School. John Nagle John N. Matthews Professor of Law
Peace Studies “US sanctions against Russia will work only if they are coordinated with Europe,” says David Cortright, a sanctions expert who is director of policy studies at the University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies. “If Washington acts unilaterally, Putin wins and Ukraine loses.”
of Notre Dame professor Darcia Narvaez summed up the argument for human impact. She noted that in the first 14 years that Goodall and Wrangham observed chimps at Gombe, "aggression patterns were no different from other primates (peaceful and unaggressive)." Darcia Narvaez Professor of Psychology
of the Bible have never been their most important uses," said Mark Noll, a project adviser and history professor at the University of Notre Dame. "These IUPUI surveys should bring sanity back into journalists' reporting on religion, at least to the extent that they show how important non-political use of scripture continues to be in modern American life."
Moss, theologian professor at the University of Notre Dame, says, "If the rules change, we would see a huge increase in the number of people eligible to take communion, therefore we would see a huge increase in the number of people going to church."
but they’re mostly wrong, argues a new study by economists Raven Molloy and Christopher Smith of the Federal Reserve Board and Abigail Wozniak of the University of Notre Dame. A better explanation, they assert, is the job market. Robert Samuelson: Our stay-put society
Dame said the new class of antibiotics - - oxadiazoles -- was discovered by computer screening and show promise in the treatment of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in mouse models. Shahriar Mobashery Navari Family Professor in Life Sciences Mayland Chang Research Professor in Chemistry and Biochemistry
separation in the sense we don’t want the king picking the bishops, but we also believed you could have cooperation in civil society,” said Richard W. Garnett, a professor of law at the University of Notre Dame. “Whereas in America, separation became a code for no money for Catholic schools or we don’t want religiously oriented morality shaping public policy.” Among Justices, Considering a Divide Not of Gender or Politics, but of Beliefs July 11, 2014
William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Sociology, and the Director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Society Building on five years of research, which included a survey of more than 2,000 Americans and select in-depth interviews across the country, Notre Dame sociologist Christian Smith and Ph.D. candidate Hilary Davidson take a closer look at the paradox of generosity in their book of the same name, which goes on sale this week.
author of the study, told The Huffington Post that he was interested in discovering what communities might be particularly hospitable to tea party principles and why. Rory McVeigh Chair, Department of Sociology
Men," audiences and fashion designers alike have obsessed over the cast's retro wardrobe. So has Linda Przybyszewski, a University of Notre Dame history professor and the author of the upcoming book, "The Lost Art of Dress: The Women Who Once Made America Stylish." Linda Przybyszewski Associate Professor of History Behind the changing fashion of ‘Mad Men’
Jeffrey Bergstrand, University of Notre Dame finance professor and former Federal Reserve economist, says it is possible the case will result in tougher regulations for the markets — but that it would have to be coordinated internationally.
J. McKenna, an anthropologist at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, pointed out that breastfeeding carried a range of benefits for mother and baby, which might outweigh the negative effects of interrupted sleep, suggesting that night-waking may not be an evolutionary strategy to prevent the birth of siblings, but merely one to keep a baby as well- fed and healthy as possible. James McKenna Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., Professor of Anthropology
usually rich people marry rich people and pretty people marry pretty people, then having a pretty woman with no money marry an ugly, rich guy, that's a violation of the usual pattern that people select somebody who's a whole lot like themselves.
be continually used and reinterpreted as we get more data back from the moon," said researcher Clive Neal, a professor of civil and environmental engineering and earth sciences at the University of Notre Dame. "I don't think we've seen the last of this data by a long shot.” Clive R. Neal Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
It was no coincidence that the pope chose this religious holiday to make his first trip to East Asia, said Lionel Jensen, an associate professor at the University of Notre Dame who specializes in religion in China. “This is one of the holiest days in the Catholic calendar of some countries,” Mr. Jensen said.
the opinions by five justices point "to a much more nuanced and heated debate among the justices regarding the permissibility and wisdom of racial preferences in general." Jennifer Mason McAward Associate Professor of Law
of Law “This has been a long-running dispute, and it is the second time the [US Patent and Trademark Office] has cancelled the Redskins mark – the first time did not stand up on appeal," said University of Notre Dame law professor Mark McKenna, who specializes in intellectual property, trademark, patent and copyright law.
weren't always so fat. Measured in terms of data, the average one for 2000 (stripped of computer formatting and the like) was 92 kilobytes, according to Tim Loughran and Bill McDonald of Notre Dame Mendoza School of Business. For 2012, it was 484 kilobytes.
E. Kelly, a psychology professor at the University of Notre Dame who runs a Templeton Foundation-funded research project called The Science of Honesty. She presented findings from the project’s latest study (conducted with co- author Lijuan Wang) at the national convention of the American Psychological Association last week and wrote about them at her Psychology Today blog, “Insight”.
the studies at PETA's request echoed those concerns. "I can no longer see a potential benefit from such experimentation," Agustin Fuentes, Ph.D., Chair of Anthropology at the University of Notre Dame, told the group. "It is my assessment that the monkeys used in these experiments experience substantial psychological (and likely physiological) harm and that there is no current evidence that there will be any results from the studies that move our understanding of human psychopathology forward."
biologist at Notre Dame. “The sheer speed at which things move around the planet gives them a much better chance to arrive alive, happy and ready to reproduce.” David Lodge Professor of Biological Sciences
“Without enough sleep,” said Jessica Payne, a sleep researcher and assistant professor of psychology at the University of Notre Dame, “teenagers are losing the ability not only to solidify information but to transform and restructure it, extracting inferences and insights into problems.”
of management at the University of Notre Dame, said the Postal Service is simply following the trend of other businesses such as banks and medical clinics opening in grocery and drug stores to get more customers and save overhead costs. Postal Service, union wrangle over Staples
American Studies and Journalism Robert Schmuhl, professor of American studies at the University of Notre Dame, said that "basically, presidents want to recognize pluralism — religious — in America. This is the perfect week to do it."
study of its kind looking at how the biology of new fathers changes after the birth of their children. “It’s not just mothers who go through pregnancy and birth and it’s not just mothers who biologically respond to parenthood. Fathers can biologically respond to the needs of children too," he said. Lee Gettler Assistant Research Professor of Anthropology
Power, a University of Notre Dame professor who teaches coaches how to avoid hazing. Male locker rooms are often loud with music and trash-talking. Many have cultures where older students believe they must teach younger students what they consider to be respect, said Power. F. Clark Power Director of Play Like a Champion Today Professor of Program of Liberal Studies What Sayreville Teaches Us About High-School Locker Rooms
“The party never spoke of him with anything other than opprobrium if not rage,” says Lionel Jensen of Notre Dame University and author of “Manufacturing Confucius.” “To suddenly become a new and uniquely Chinese symbol is quite a trick…it seems he’s become institutionalized.”
legal experts say they are unconvinced. University of Notre Dame law professor Mary Ellen O'Connell says no theory of collective self-defense justifies dropping bombs on Syria. O'CONNELL: Under the UN charter, a state has a right to use major military force like these airstrikes if it has been the victim of an armed attack by that state. We're not in anything like that situation with Syria.
aspirations," Timothy Judge, professor of management at the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, told CNN. "If you have the highest goals in the world you're always going to perceive yourself as falling short. It's like Sisyphus rolling the ball up the hill, a thirst that can't be quenched." Timothy Judge Franklin D. Schurz Professor of Management
region has been the center of the world for every great empire recorded in human history,” said Candida Moss, a professor of New Testament and early Christianity at the University of Notre Dame. “We are talking about successive generations of history all in one place, all being destroyed at once.”
Albahari, a professor of anthropology at Notre Dame University in South Bend, Indiana, and author of a forthcoming book on Mediterranean immigration. Maurizio Albahari Assistant Professor of Anthropology Italy Tells Migrants ‘Welcome, You’re Safe’, Tells EU to Help More By REUTERS MAY 21, 2014
Estimates of the number of Catholics practicing their faith secretly in North Korea range from a U.N. estimate of 800 to the official North Korean figure of 3,000. The number could be as high as 5,000, says Lionel Jensen, an East Asian Languages and Cultures professor at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana. The total population of North Korea is around 25 million. Pope Francis Calls for Peace and Reconciliation With North Korea
Notre Dame, who specializes in environmental, natural resources and energy law said investors had already assumed BP would pay a bigger fine than the company hoped it would face. Bruce Huber Associate Professor of Law Ruling could cost BP added $18B; stock slumps
of Latino Religion and Research “The shifts we see in the study show huge implications for American religious life,” said Edwin Hernandez, a research fellow at the University of Notre Dame who focuses on Latinos and religion.
bank official, no bank employee, not a single one, is going to be held personally accountable for the scandal," said former Treasury Department official Jimmy Gurulé, now a professor at Notre Dame University's law school. Jimmy Gurulé Professor of Law
of Notre Dame, warned about the dire consequences of the findings. "The report explains that we are approaching a global tipping point," Hellmann said. "If we cross this point, we will see huge changes in ecosystems, our ability to grow food, and increased human suffering from flood, heat, drought and sea level rise." Jessica Hellmann Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
controversial. For many people, these students are "illegals," "aliens," and criminals. Critics argue that to provide them with financial aid, even private dollars, is to take money away from law- abiding "real" Americans. The Rev. Daniel Groody, an expert in Catholic social teaching and immigration at the University of Notre Dame who has been outspoken on these issues, regularly gets hate mail demanding to know why he’s supporting these "illegals."
and expressed disagreement with the work of Mary Ellen O’Connell, a University of Notre Dame law professor who has argued that Yemen was not an armed conflict zone. On Monday, Ms. O’Connell criticized the brevity with which Mr. Barron addressed her argument as “astonishing” given the issue’s importance as a “linchpin” of his legal rationale.
Kepler 186, is an M1-type dwarf star which means it will burn hydrogen forever,” said Justin Crepp, an astrophysicist from the University of Notre Dame who worked on the mission. “There is ample opportunity to develop life around this particular star and because it has just the right orbital period, water may exist in a liquid phase.”
of the original franchise and he spends his working days as professor and chair of the University of Notre Dame's department of anthropology. When The Review tracks Fuentes down, he's just landed in Gibraltar for work on primate research and fittingly has Planet of the Apes' more weighty issues on his mind as he makes plans to take in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes in the near future.
University of Notre Dame, says that he and many other research groups have advanced DNA science to the point that it would be possible, if the current technologies were fully used, to avoid much of the damage done by invasives. David Lodge Professor of Biological Sciences
novelty rule, the lessons of the Dress Doctors have largely been forgotten. Historian Linda Przybyszewski looks to resurrect their teachings in a new book, “The Lost Art of Dress.” Linda Przybyszewski Associate Professor of History
in Indiana, gathered medical and lifestyle information on the men from the ages of 21 to 26 years old and found there were physiological and behavioural changes as some of them married and had children. Lee Gettler Assistant Research Professor of Anthropology
the court has placed responsibility for affirmative action squarely in the hands of the states. State universities can choose to adopt affirmative action admissions programs, and state voters can choose to discontinue them," said Jennifer Mason McAward, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame.
a chance to observe the exomoon candidate again,” said David Bennett of the University of Notre Dame, Ind., the lead author of a new paper on the findings that will be featured in the Astrophysical Journal. “But we can expect more unexpected finds like this.” NASA-funded researchers spot first possible ‘exomoon’ April 10, 2014
Notre Dame, US, believes the work confronts an important clinical challenge. ‘The team have re-engineered an important aminoglycoside that had faced obsolescence. This work creates an opportunity to explore new structural space in aminoglycoside chemistry’. Shahriar Mobashery Navari Family Professor in Life Sciences
Dame Law School agrees in part, but he adds that Monday's ruling gives a new expansiveness to RFRA. "Justice Alito is saying now RFRA means what it says — RFRA expresses Congress' commitment to a fairly broad accommodation principle ... the idea that government, when it can accommodate religious freedom, it should."
attitudes affect the job prospects of African-Americans? University of Notre Dame economist Abigail Wozniak decided to investigate the impact of drug-testing laws passed in many states since the 1980s. How to Fight Racism With a Drug Test
the University of Notre Dame criticized. When broken baby sleep there are many very different forms, also some factors such as thermoregulation or movements and sounds of the mother played a large role. In warmer environment babies monitored, for example, more often, writes the anthropologist. James McKenna Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., Professor of Anthropology
action squarely in the hands of the states. State universities can choose to adopt affirmative action admissions programs, and state voters can choose to discontinue them," said Jennifer Mason McAward, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame. Jennifer Mason McAward Associate Professor of Law
William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Sociology, and the Director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Society In a Science of Generosity Initiative study from the University of Notre Dame, Christian Smith and Hilary Davidson noted: “By always protecting ourselves against future uncertainties and misfortunes, we are formed in ways that make us more anxious about uncertainties and vulnerable to future misfortunes.”
psychologist at Notre Dame University who, with colleagues, has published hundreds of papers over 20 years on the subject. Kids pay close attention to their parents' emotions for information about how safe they are in their family, Cummings says. When parents are destructive, the collateral damage to kids can last a lifetime. E. Mark Cummings Professor and Notre Dame Chair in Psychology
for the Study of American Catholicism “Nationalism and sanctity are often intertwined,” said Kathleen Sprows Cummings, a professor at the University of Notre Dame and author of the forthcoming book “Citizen Saints: Catholics and Canonization in American Culture.” “All cultures lift up people as heroes. Catholics have an especially elaborate and prolonged way of doing it.” Spiritual and Secular Mix in Case for Sainthood May 30, 2014
Peace Studies By contrast, “the strategic goals of the United States to preserve some semblance of government in Iraq and to resist the encroachments of this extremist Sunni force coincide with Iran’s interests,” said David Cortright, director of policy studies at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana. Obama Courting Iran for Help in Iraq Risks Backlash June 17, 2014
of people feel alienated from the church, they don't feel welcome there," said Candida Moss, theologian professor at the University of Notre Dame. "But it seems like Francis is saying that the church has to be more progressive, it needs to be more practical and it needs to be more compassionate," Moss said.
and Earth sciences at the University of Notre Dame, said the 15-member committee "strongly urges NASA HQ to get the Curiosity team focused on maximizing high-quality science that justifies the capabilities of and capital investment in Curiosity." Clive R. Neal Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
piece published by the American Sociological Review, Rory McVeigh and his team found that residential segregation by education level affects perceptions on economic redistribution and provides a context that fosters conservative political mobilization. Rory McVeigh Chair, Department of Sociology
about discipline and restraint," Alexandra F. Corning, a research associate professor in psychology at the University of Notre Dame, told The Huffington Post. "Essentially, it's self-degrading talk about the body, food or eating." Alexandra Corning Research Associate Professor
the Institute for Latino studies at the University of Notre Dame, Timothy Matovina, is if, thanks to the Pope, there will be a greater commitment to faith. Timothy Matovina Professor of Theology Pope Francisco dazzles US in his first year
brings thousands of migrants to trust smugglers, face exorbitant costs, and risk their lives on unseaworthy vessels," said migration expert Maurizio Albahari, an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Notre Dame. Maurizio Albahari Assistant Professor of Anthropology
reflects the power that bankers hold over companies during the IPO process, according to University of Notre Dame Professor Tim Loughran. It can also leave banks tempted to serve a different client than the company: the fund manager who regularly buys into IPOs and is seeking to pay as little as possible for the stock, he said.
may not have more fun, but they do accumulate more money to have fun with. They can make up to 18% more than others, according to a 2011 study co-authored by Notre Dame professor Timothy Judge. And along the way they can make life miserable for others (which is how some of them have their fun, come to think of it).
respect her, want to marry her, or want to be her - you think you know her. Turns out you don't. A university of Notre-Dame sociologist, Elizabeth McClintock, has shown that the 'trophy wife' is largely a myth.
the Keough School of Global Affairs A conversation with a group of biologists who study climate change led R. Scott Appleby, a historian, to refine some of his thinking about the new school he would lead at the University of Notre Dame.
For professor Jeff Bergstrand, who teaches philanthropy at Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business, a viral campaign like the Ice Bucket Challenge is the perfect example of how technology can influence business. It's also a great teaching tool.
of Law For its part, Apple "clearly thought it would get more out of its patents," says University of Notre Dame law professor Mark McKenna, who specializes in intellectual property, trademark, patent and copyright law.
Kevin Bowyer with graduate students Amanda Sgroi and Estefan Ortiz to use their iris recognition biometric research to improve the legitimacy of their elections. Kevin Bowyer Schubmehl-Prein Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Department Chair Somaliland: Computer Science Professor Aids Country’s Election with Biometric Technology Tuesday, 30 September 2014
capitalists and Christians, it’s increasingly populated by people who profess belief in both. David E. Campbell, a professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame, has found a significant overlap between the Tea Party and the religious right. David Campbell Professor of Political Science David Brat’s Hand-of-God Economics July 8, 2014
Cassel is a Notre Dame presidential fellow and professor of law at the University of Notre Dame. He has filed briefs in the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of the rights of prisoners at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and accountability for human rights violations under the Alien Tort Claims Act.
media and use of mass communications. But to be more precise, Francis is less interested in “the media” than in the person in front of him who is asking questions. Cavadini is a professor of theology and director of the Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame. John C. Cavadini Professor of Theology, Director of the Institute for Church Life