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ND LEEF Prepares for Science Sunday at St. Pat's

Author: Gene Stowe, South Bend Tribune

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ND LEEF, a unique environmental research collaboration between the University of Notre Dame and St. Patrick’s County Park, will hold its second annual public Science Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 5. Construction has al...

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Studying Historic Roman Architecture-Virtually

Author: Carol C. Bradley, NDWorks

New iPad app developed by Ibrahim Chaaban, Adam Heet, and Jennifer Parker allows users to study the monuments of Rome through early architectural publications.

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Alina Payne Lecture Canceled

Author: Ashley Johnston

Due to unforeseen circumstances the lecture by Professor Alina Payne scheduled for the 17th of September has been canceled.…

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School of Architecture Sponsors Accessibility Awareness Event

Author: Ashley Johnston

This Friday, September 12th, the School of Architecture and the Office for Students with Disabilities will be holding our annual Accessibility Awareness Event for all fourth year undergraduate architecture students and first year Path C graduate architecture students.

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Jacqueline Oberlander Receives ALA Student Merit Award

Author: Ashley Johnston

Congratulations to Jacqueline Oberlander on winning an Association of Licensed Architects Student Merit Award! Jackie is a Graduate of Architecture with a minor in Sustainability and a member of the Glynn Family Honors Program. 

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Prof. Krusche Helps Restore Antic Frescos & Paintings in Tibetan Monasteries

Author: Ashley Johnston

Over the last month, Professor Krupali Krusche has been traveling a very tough and dangerous terrain to reach some of the highly isolated Himalayan Mountains to help restore paintings and create an eco friendly plan to help the isolated community of some of the olderest Tibetan monasteries.

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