In the Halls of Learning Winter 2020-21
by Kerry Temple ’74
It’s the people you remember, and the ways they thread in and out and back into your life.
by Deanna Csomo McCool
Even as a young man, George Craig loved learning about mosquitoes. Over his lifetime he became a world-renowned entomologist whose dedication to fighting disease inspired a generation of scientists.
by David Gaus ’84
A letter of gratitude to the parasitologist whose impact on his students improved global health on several continents
by Heather Treseler ’10Ph.D.
An academic mentor suggested I follow the tracks of the poet whose work and life got more interesting — and relevant — at every turn.
by Jason Kelly ’95
For hundreds of finance majors Carl Ackermann is a teacher extraordinaire, making the subject richly rewarding. But it’s what he does beyond the classroom that earns his highest marks.
by Katherine Corcoran ’81
The sisters of Kylemore Abbey have tended a corner of Ireland that offers a path toward a grace-filled embrace of creation.
by Margaret Fosmoe ’85
For decades James Goodwin ’61 and his family have published a newspaper that speaks of those whose stories have long gone untold.
by John Nagy ’00M.A.
When the call to the U.S. Supreme Court pulled her onto the national stage, the Notre Dame alumna and former faculty member became a symbol for those on her side — and those not. Here is more of her story.
by Mel Livatino
There comes a time when life feels like goodbye.
- Pandemic impact on campus
- Becoming a ‘Notre Dame man’
- May I have your attention, please?
- A native Irishman in leprechaun green
- The priest who embodied ‘holy secularity’
- Pandemics past and present
- Faculty books
- Deaths in the family