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  • College of Arts and Letters // University of Notre Dame
    about our undergraduate and graduate programs in the liberal arts and the accomplishments of our alumni For Undergraduates For Graduate Students For Alumni Friends For Parents For Faculty For Staff Watch our videos Follow us on Twitter Summer Language Abroad Program Transforms Students revelations through language Public Relations Expert Draws on Liberal Arts Background versatile skills valuable knowledge Political Science Course Draws on Real Time Research adapting to climate change

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  • About the College // College of Arts and Letters // University of Notre Dame
    with students the latest knowledge of their fields and the skills and passions of active researchers They push our students to become researchers as well and to develop the intellectual and linguistic skills to advance knowledge even as undergraduates with their own essays experiments and performances Since 1999 the National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded the College faculty 46 fellowships more than any other college or university in the country Overall the number of Arts and Letters faculty members who have received major national fellowships in the arts humanities and social sciences places us among the top six universities in the nation Our Catholic Mission Arts and Letters is a core part of Notre Dame s identity as a great Catholic institution of learning We believe Notre Dame s distinctive mission is to be at once excellent on par with the very best universities in the country and seriously religious This Catholic mission informs the College s commitment to philosophy and theology for all students and our excellence on topics as diverse as religious history Dante and Shakespeare and children s emotional development within the family Catholicism is the world s most global and multilingual institution and our Catholic identity also informs our commitment to language acquisition and study abroad in locations ranging from Uganda to Dublin to Australia Our Catholicism requires us to link faith and ideas in a university milieu that too often presumes their separation despite the yearning of the larger intellectual world for reflective discussion on exactly these subjects And our Catholicism encourages us to study and better understand the texts and practices of all the world s great religious and ethical traditions In short the College embodies the qualities that make the University of Notre Dame the world s preeminent Catholic university We are a liberal arts college focused on cultivating understanding of the arts humanities and social sciences We are a research university supportive of faculty and student efforts to be original creative scholars And we are deeply Catholic embracing a distinct intellectual and moral tradition from which we build our vibrant and diverse community We hope you find the prospect of studying and working in the College as exciting as we do Feel free to explore this website to learn more about our mission and programs Again welcome John T McGreevy I A O Shaughnessy Dean of the College of Arts and Letters About the College Stats and Multimedia Office of the Dean The Faculty Office for Undergraduate Studies Centers Institutes and Special Programs The Liberal Arts A Research Focus Catholic Intellectual Life Our Alumni Contact Us Dean McGreevy on the Notre Dame Experiment The College Viewbook Check out the Viewbook for potential undergraduate students to read more about our programs majors and life in the College More Facts About the College Arts and Letters News Students Find Summer Language Abroad Program Transformative Whether they camped with Bedouins in the Jordanian desert visited ancient temples in Japan hiked around the Black Forest

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  • Majors and Minors // College of Arts and Letters // University of Notre Dame
    be taken in conjunction with a primary major Art History Arts and Letters Pre Health Asian Studies Chinese Classics Computer Applications French and Francophone Studies Gender Studies German Greek and Roman Civilization Irish Language and Literature Italian Studies Japanese Latino Studies Medieval Studies Peace Studies Russian Russian and East European Studies Spanish Theology Minors Africana Studies Anthropology Art History Asian Studies Business Economics Catholic Social Tradition Chinese Classical Literatures Constitutional Studies Education Schooling and Society European Studies Gender Studies German Greek Greek and Roman Civilization Hesburgh Program in Public Service International Development Studies Irish Language and Literature Irish Studies Italian Studies Japanese Journalism Ethics and Democracy Korean Latin Latin American Studies Latino Studies Liturgical Music Ministry Medieval Studies Mediterranean Middle East Studies Peace Studies Philosophy Philosophy Politics and Economics Philosophy Within the Catholic Tradition Portuguese and Brazilian Studies Poverty Studies Russian Russian and East European Studies Science Technology and Values Technology Business and Society Theology Majors and Minors Special Courses of Study Interdisciplinary Programs Honors Tracks Majors Card Deck Self Designed Majors After Graduation More Information Office for Undergraduate Studies Resources for Undergraduates Undergraduate Research Liberal Arts at Notre Dame The College Viewbook Check out the Viewbook for potential undergraduate students to read more about programs majors and life in the College Arts and Letters News Students Find Summer Language Abroad Program Transformative Whether they camped with Bedouins in the Jordanian desert visited ancient temples in Japan hiked around the Black Forest of Germany or took a road trip to the beaches of Ecuador the alumni of the University of Notre Dame s Summer Language Abroad SLA grant program agree on one thing their experience was completely transformative Read More Political Science Course Draws on Real Time Research Bringing her latest research into the classroom Debra Javeline associate professor in

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  • Office for Undergraduate Studies // College of Arts and Letters // University of Notre Dame
    is to serve as a resource for students and for offices in the College and across the University uphold and maintain the standards inherent in the Academic Code of Honor empower students to be lifelong self directed learners by mentoring students and encouraging them to explore opportunities in research publication international education and scholarship and to identify their strengths in considering potential career path meet students where they are in their respective life journeys lend encouragement as students progress toward their own life goals promote an appreciation of collegiate education as an opportunity for exploration contemplation and intellectual engagement by providing and directing students to resources work cooperatively with other campus entities to inspire students to develop ethical standards and values for life In sum our overarching goal is to achieve unsurpassed excellence in the guidance and nurturing of undergraduate students during their intellectual and spiritual journeys as members of the Notre Dame community Office for Undergraduate Studies Our Deans Our Staff Directors of Undergraduate Studies Academic Policies Degree Requirements Undergraduate Opportunities Student FAQs Faculty Teaching Resources University Seminar Faculty Resources Office for Undergraduate Studies Location 104 O Shaughnessy Hall Notre Dame IN 46556 Hours 8 am 5 pm Walk ins MWF from 1 30 pm 4 pm and TTh from 9 am 11 am Appointments Call 574 631 7098 Three Year Plan Curious about Senior Thesis Check out some of our highlighted senior thesis projects The Bewitching Admins of Undergraduate Studies Arts and Letters News Students Find Summer Language Abroad Program Transformative Whether they camped with Bedouins in the Jordanian desert visited ancient temples in Japan hiked around the Black Forest of Germany or took a road trip to the beaches of Ecuador the alumni of the University of Notre Dame s Summer Language Abroad SLA grant program agree

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  • Departments // College of Arts and Letters // University of Notre Dame
    programs affiliated with the College of Arts and Letters The Humanities Africana Studies American Studies includes journalism Classics includes Arabic Studies East Asian Languages and Cultures English German and Russian Languages and Literatures History Irish Language and Literature Philosophy Program of Liberal Studies Romance Languages and Literatures Theology The Arts Art Art History Design Film Television and Theatre Music The Social Sciences Anthropology Economics Political Science Psychology Sociology Departments Graduate Programs Department Newsletters Liberal Arts at Notre Dame For More Information Faculty Research The Graduate School 2011 Faculty Awards Arts and Letters News Students Find Summer Language Abroad Program Transformative Whether they camped with Bedouins in the Jordanian desert visited ancient temples in Japan hiked around the Black Forest of Germany or took a road trip to the beaches of Ecuador the alumni of the University of Notre Dame s Summer Language Abroad SLA grant program agree on one thing their experience was completely transformative Read More Political Science Course Draws on Real Time Research Bringing her latest research into the classroom Debra Javeline associate professor in the Notre Dame s Department of Political Science is helping undergraduate students make a connection between politics and biology Read More Pascal Jean Pierre Joins Psychology Faculty Anyone who has been through an ordeal with cancer knows firsthand that the disease related stressors and subsequent treatments take a toll not only on the body but also on the mind Pascal Jean Pierre who this fall was named assistant professor of psychology and Walther Cancer Foundation Collegiate Chair in Psychology at the University of Notre Dame has spent a good portion of his career advancing cancer control research and working to improve psychosocial functioning and the quality of life for cancer patients and survivors Read More Public Relations Expert Draws on Liberal Arts Background

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  • News // College of Arts and Letters // University of Notre Dame
    Categories Alumni and General News Nancy Ruscheinski chief innovation officer and global vice chair at Edelman the world s largest public relations firm returned to the University of Notre Dame recently to deliver an unlikely message to undergraduates it s okay to not have a plan for your future right away As an Arts and Letters student Ruscheinski 84 explored a broad range of interests while developing a versatile and valuable skill set Read More Video The Economy Now November 21 2012 Arts and Letters Categories Faculty News and General News Watch this fall 2012 roundtable discussion with expert economists from the Notre Dame faculty presented by the Department of Economics in the College of Arts and Letters An audience Q A follows the discussion Read More Four Scholars Join Political Science Faculty November 21 2012 Kate Cohorst Categories Centers and Institutes Faculty News and General News The Department of Political Science at Notre Dame welcomes four prominent scholars to its faculty this year including professors Gary Goertz and Patrick Regan both specialists in international relations and associate professors Patrick Deneen in constitutional studies and Guillermo Trejo in comparative politics Read More Notre Dame Ranks Ninth in Percentage of Students Studying Abroad November 21 2012 Claire Stephens Categories General News Internationalism and Undergraduate News The University of Notre Dame ranks ninth in percentage of students participating in study abroad programs among American doctoral research institutions according to a report released by the Institute for International Education Read More Political Science Ph D Alumnus Wins Warren E Burger Prize November 19 2012 Kate Cohorst Categories Alumni and General News Derek A Webb who received his Ph D from Notre Dame s Department of Political Science in 2008 was recently honored at the U S Supreme Court for his paper titled The

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  • Events // College of Arts and Letters // University of Notre Dame
    thousands of injuries About a third to half of the population was displaced and countless properties were burnt down Posted In Lectures Lecture Nicole Archambeau 4 00 PM 6 00 PM Medieval Institute Reading Room 715 Hesburgh Library Prof Nicole Archambeau will lecture today She graduated in 2009 from UCSB and is now an American Council of Learned Societies ACLS New Faculty Fellow She takes an integrative approach to the history of healing in the later Middle Ages focusing on medical and spiritual approaches She is working on a book that explores how sufferers experienced and tried to heal sadness desperation and anxiety during the Hundred Years War and the first waves of plague Posted In Lectures Cultural Intelligence and the Globally Mindful MBA Student 4 00 PM 5 00 PM C103 Hesburgh Center Elizabeth Tuleja Associate Teaching Professor of Management Mendoza College of Business Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow University of Notre Dame Posted In Lectures Private Matters in Plato s Laws 5 00 PM 6 00 PM 320 Malloy Hall André Laks Professor of Ancient Philosophy at the University of Paris Sorbonne will give a talk entitled Private Matters in Plato s Laws Arranged in conjunction with Prof Sean Kelsey Philosophy and the Notre Dame Workshop on Ancient Philosophy Posted In Conferences and Workshops Fri Nov 30 2012 Plantinga Fellow Lecture The Death of Socrates 3 00 PM 4 30 PM Eck Visitors Center Auditorium Kathrin Koslicki associate professor of philosophy University of Colorado Boulder A discussion and reception will follow the lecture All students faculty and staff are welcome Posted In Lectures Lecture Declan Kiberd on Samuel Beckett 3 00 PM 4 30 PM 424 Flanner Hall Declan Kiberd Donald Marilyn Keough Professor of Irish Studies will deliver the lecture Was Samuel Beckett a Mystic The lecture will

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  • Graduate Programs // College of Arts and Letters // University of Notre Dame
    M A Ph D Literature Gender Studies Graduate Minor History Ph D History and Philosophy of Science Ph D Iberian and Latin American Studies M A Ph D Literature Italian Studies M A Ph D Literature Literature Ph D Medieval Studies MMS Ph D Philosophy Ph D Theology M A M Div MSM MTS Ph D The Arts Art Art History and Design M A MFA Creative Writing MFA Sacred Music MSM Screen Cultures Graduate Minor The Social Sciences Economics Ph D Peace Studies M A Ph D Political Science Ph D Psychology Ph D Sociology Ph D Departments Graduate Programs Department Newsletters Graduate Student Research Awards 2010 More Information The Faculty of the College The Graduate School Resources for Graduate Students Arts and Letters News Students Find Summer Language Abroad Program Transformative Whether they camped with Bedouins in the Jordanian desert visited ancient temples in Japan hiked around the Black Forest of Germany or took a road trip to the beaches of Ecuador the alumni of the University of Notre Dame s Summer Language Abroad SLA grant program agree on one thing their experience was completely transformative Read More Political Science Course Draws on Real Time Research Bringing her latest research into the classroom Debra Javeline associate professor in the Notre Dame s Department of Political Science is helping undergraduate students make a connection between politics and biology Read More Pascal Jean Pierre Joins Psychology Faculty Anyone who has been through an ordeal with cancer knows firsthand that the disease related stressors and subsequent treatments take a toll not only on the body but also on the mind Pascal Jean Pierre who this fall was named assistant professor of psychology and Walther Cancer Foundation Collegiate Chair in Psychology at the University of Notre Dame has spent a good portion

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