Alumni were outraged when the University had seemed to reverse its policy of not funding abortions.
In a stunning reversal, the University of Notre Dame has retreated from its decision to stop providing contraception to students and faculty through the university health-care plan. This decision is just the latest evidence to suggest...Show More Summary
The Catholic university had challenged the Affordable Care Act's mandate that employers cover birth control. Now it's taking advantage of the Trump administration's weakening of that rule.
University of Notre Dame students and employees will no longer be covered for birth control under their insurance plans through the school.
Notre Dame students and employees have been freed of the burden of having crucial health care covered by their (and the Trump) administration: The University of Notre Dame just became one of the first employers to take advantage of new Trump administration rules allowing exemptions to the Obamacare contraceptive mandate. Last week, the university announced […]
The University of Notre Dame announced last Friday that it plans to stop providing no-cost birth control in health insurance plans for employees and students. The move comes as a result of changes earlier this month by Trump’s Department of Health and Human Services that weakened the Affordable Care Act’s mandate requiring employers to provide free birth control. […]
Students at University of Notre Dame allege the White House's interim final rules on the birth control benefit violate their rights. The post Lawsuit Hits Back Against Trump’s Birth Control Interference appeared first on Rewire.
By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Tuscaloosa, Alabama’s Zachary Smith has announced his verbal commitment to the University of Notre Dame for 2018-19. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Alabama State Champ Zachary Smith Verbally Commits to Notre Dame
Championing empty "diversity" isn't enough; the university must ensure queer and transgender students feel safe and included.
(University of Notre Dame) New research published in Science details perhaps one of the biggest discoveries so far in the field of astrophysics: the merger of two neutron stars. Two graduate students and two professors at the University of Notre Dame contributed to studies published on the collision.
By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Andrew Winton of Collins Hill High School and SwimAtlanta has elected to give his verbal commitment to the University of Notre Dame for 2018-19. Read the full story on SwimSwam: GHSA 6-7A Champ Andrew Winton Hands Verbal to Notre Dame Fighting Irish
(University of Chicago) A team of University of Chicago and Notre Dame researchers used simulations and X-rays to conclude that disordered proteins remain unfolded and expanded as they float loose in the cytoplasm of a cell. The answer...Show More Summary
Determining how proteins function on a molecular level is crucial to understanding the underlying basis for disease. Now scientists at the University of Notre Dame are one step closer to unraveling the mystery of how intrinsically disordered proteins work, according to new research published in Science.
Scientists at the University of Notre Dame are one step closer to unraveling the mystery of how intrinsically disordered proteins work, according to new research published in Science.
Scientists have developed an advanced wave forecasting system that can run speedy simulations on a Raspberry Pi. Using deep learning, analysts at IBM Research Ireland, Baylor University, and the University of Notre Dame […] The post IBM Fits AI Wave Forecaster on Raspberry Pi appeared first on Geek.com.
(University of Notre Dame) During the four-year study, researchers will work to develop improved storm surge models that incorporate fine-scale data to increase the accuracy of forecasts, while also maintaining reduced computer time and reasonable computational costs.
A former U.S. ambassador to the Vatican who turned down a top honor from the University of Notre Dame the year then-President Barack Obama gave the commencement address will accept … Click to Continue »
May 1950. "University of Notre Dame football quarterback Bob Williams posed as if signing autographs for a group of college women." 3x4 inch Kodachrome transparency by Frank Bauman for the Look magazine assignment "Grantland Rice's Football Forecast for 1950." View full size.
(University of Notre Dame) Two papers involving ovarian cancer research at the University of Notre Dame's Harper Cancer Research Institute (HCRI), one featuring new research and the other a review article, were published as cover stories in their respective journals.
Weird fact: 4 of the ASA journals are now hosted at Indiana state universities. The American Sociological Review (Notre Dame), the Journal of Health and Social Behavior (Purdue), the Sociology of Education (Purdue) and Contexts (IU). I am not sure what to say about this. It may be dumb luck, but it’s probably a reflection of […]