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2018 Photo Contest Winner

2019 study abroad photo contest now open

Hillary Alamene’s photo from the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem won first place win the 2018 photo contest Notre Dame International’s study abroad photo contest is now accepting submissions for the 2019 cycle. Undergraduate students are encouraged to share their study abroad experiences and stories through engaging and inspiring photos. The...
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How a summer program allows engineering students to conquer the eternal city

Every year, during the months of June and July, Rome flocks with engineering students from the University of Notre Dame. Since 2014, students have been coming every semester for a six-week summer program at the Rome Global Gateway. More than 270 students have participated in over six years. All engineering...
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Marching for climate change while interning in Rome

Meilin Scanish, a junior at the University of Notre Dame, is interested in working in international law in and wanted to gain international work experience. After having the chance to travel to Nepal and Qatar for conferences on the conciliation of traditional Islamic theology and modernity, and to France to...
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David Mayernik live-streaming fresco painting demonstrations

David Mayernik, associate professor in the school of architecture and graduate of Notre Dame 83', is a fresco evangelist. He recently conducted from the Rome Gateway a live-streamed video demonstration of the fresco painting process for Professor Marius Hauknes’ course on campus, Pictures on Walls: Murals and Mosaics in the Medieval...
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Professor Ingrid Rowland publishes book on the divine spark of Syracuse

Ingrid D. Rowland, professor in the department of history and the school of architecture at the University of Notre Dame, published her latest book entitled “The Divine Spark of Syracuse." The book focuses on the figures of Plato, Archimedes, and Caravaggio, disclosing the role that Syracuse, a Greek cultural outpost...
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School of Architecture’s DHARMA team presents Vatican Belvedere Courtyard Documentation at Architecture Conference in Rome

Professor Krupali Krusche from the School of Architecture discussed and exhibited the work on the documentation and representation of the Vatican Belvedere so far completed with her Digital Historical Architectural Research and Material Analysis (DHARMA) team and composed of graduate and undergraduate students: Avani Agrawal, Margaret Zhang, Metaya Tilahun, Noah...
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The Brasini’s Papers Conservation Project

The University of Notre Dame Rome Global Gateway, in collaboration with the Notre Dame School of Architecture, has signed a six month collaboration with the Archivio Armando Brasini for the Progetto di valorizzazione dell’Archivio dell’Architetto Armando Brasini (1879-1965)…
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How a community-based learning opportunity helps you find your own Path

Isabella Walter came to Rome with the School of Architecture Program and decided to switch to Arts and Letters during her time in Italy. As part of her semester abroad she had to choose a community-based learning (CBL) activity to carry on, and she decided to dedicate her time to...
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Submissions for 2018 photo and video contest due January 31

DeMoe is standing at the top of Mt. Geraneia, which overlooks the Gulf of Corinth After a long day of hiking and getting lost, Dominique DeMoe eventually found her way to the top of Mount Geraneia in Greece. To her left, she could see the ancient city of Corinth, where...
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Record number of Notre Dame students receive Gilman Scholarships to study abroad

The U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship has been awarded to five Notre Dame students who will be studying abroad in spring 2019. This is a record number of recipients for the University in a single application cycle. Among the selected students: • Junior Seth Cattanach of...
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Maps of Rome, The Frutaz Project

The Scientific Committee looking at the first map of modern Rome by Matteo Greuter, 1618 In 1962 Monsignor Amato Pietro Frutaz published Le Piante di Roma, three large folio volumes, published by the Istituto di Studi Romani (Institute of Roman Studies), which served as a completion of a project begun...
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Dante Now! Through the streets of Celio

Dante Alighieri is one of the greatest Italian poets and one of the most important writers of European literature. He lived in the XIV century, but he is still considered one of the most current writers and his masterpieces are immortal. For many, Dante is not part of the past,...