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Finding the sweet spot

Finding the sweet spot
Competitors arriving at the 1st hole of the U.S. Senior Open are greeted by Juday Creek. Flowing through Warren Golf Course, the stream is home to an important ecosystem, and is a valuable resource for Notre Dame researchers today.

Notre Dame publications earn nine CASE Awards

Notre Dame publications earn nine CASE Awards
The University of Notre Dame won nine awards at the annual Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Circle of Excellence Awards, second among 611 participating member institutions from 20 countries.

Jennifer Tank named Hoosier Resilience Hero

Jennifer Tank named Hoosier Resilience Hero
Tank, who also currently serves as the current president of the Society for Freshwater Science, is being recognized for her research that sits at the intersection of freshwater systems and agriculture in the Midwest.

Sustainability Expo to Include Employers, Engaged Research Opportunities

Sustainability Expo to Include Employers, Engaged Research Opportunities
This year’s Sustainability Expo is expanding significantly, and will include numerous non-profits and companies interested in recruiting Notre Dame students for internships and more. “With the increasing interest in energy, environmental, and sustainability studies on campus, we want the Expo to help students figure out how they can put their...

Professors Tank, Peaslee granted Media Legends Awards

Professors Tank, Peaslee granted Media Legends Awards
Professor Jennifer Tank, in the Department of Biological Sciences, and Professor Graham Peaslee, in the Department of Physics, were both honored with a Media Legend Award from the Office of Media Relations for their excellence in communicating with the press and others.

Report: Warmer air, heavier rains will threaten Indiana’s freshwater ecosystems

Report: Warmer air, heavier rains will threaten Indiana’s freshwater ecosystems
Industries such as agriculture, transportation, and recreation all benefit from the health and stability of Indiana’s freshwaters. Now a new report released by the Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment (IN CCIA) suggests that with warmer temperatures and increases in precipitation, effective management and conservation of the state’s freshwater ecosystems will...