Solving Water Conflicts With Engineering and Empathy. Q&A with Dr. Marc Muller

Solving Water Conflicts With Engineering and Empathy. Q&A with Dr. Marc Muller
Dr. Marc Muller is assistant professor in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences and an affiliated faculty member of the Notre Dame Environmental Change Initiative (ND-ECI). He joined the university in 2017 and his background combines engineering with humanitarian efforts designed to reduce conflict around water scarcity....

Q&A with Diogo Bolster: Symposium at Vatican offers new potential for collaboration

Q&A with Diogo Bolster: Symposium at Vatican offers new potential for collaboration
Diogo Bolster, associate professor of engineering at Notre Dame and associate director of ND-ECI, recently visited Rome to attend the Symposium on Global Sustainability. He spoke about his experience and insights during a Q&A session:  Q: Can you explain how an associate engineering professor from Notre Dame found himself presenting to a conference...

Observer status at U.N. meeting offers lessons in climate diplomacy

Observer status at U.N. meeting offers lessons in climate diplomacy
Kaitlin Harris serves as the Project Manager of the Urban Adaptation Assessment with the Notre Dame Global Adaptation Initiative (ND-GAIN). She recently visited Bonn, Germany, as a representative of an observer organization, in preparation for COP 23 Conference in November. She spoke about her experience during a Q&A session: …

Fish and fleece fuzz? ND-LEEF Science Sunday helps make the connection

Fish and fleece fuzz? ND-LEEF Science Sunday helps make the connection
If living creatures are what they eat, then many fish, birds and other creatures may well be part plastic. That’s one of many surprising lessons visitors took away from Science Sunday, held at the Notre Dame Linked Ecosystem Experimental Facility (ND-LEEF) in St. Patrick's County Park…