The RGG was the first study abroad program at the University of Notre Dame to witness and respond to what has since evolved into a global pandemic.
Paolo Mazzara ’23 is playing a role in securing personal protective equipment for Italian healthcare workers by breaking down the language barrier with the World Health Organization.
The Rome Global Gateway announces a consortium with Stanford University and Princeton University’s Humanities Council to support the Rome Seminar, a one-month funded summer course for graduate students held in the city.
32 local partners with ongoing collaborations and projects
898 international participants in conferences and events in 2017
1,200 hours of Community Based Learning each year
350 graduate and undergraduate students coming to study abroad in Rome each academic year