University of Notre Dame, College of Arts and Letters
Nick Nissen
Video: Spanish and Pre-Health Major Conducts Research Across Spain

During the summer of 2014, Notre Dame senior Nick Nissen traveled to three regions in Spain to study the varied rates of cesarean sections there. “It’s allowed me to immerse myself in a culture, learn so much about it, and dive into a topic I’m really passionate about.” Read More

Creole, Quechua, Catalan Courses Provide Foundation for Research, Service

The ability to communicate in these languages is crucial to understanding the cultures, histories, and modern-day complexities of the societies in which they are spoken, said Thomas Anderson, department chair and professor of Spanish. Read More

Ted Cachey
Theodore J. Cachey Jr. Named Director of Rome Global Gateway

Theodore J. Cachey Jr., the Albert J. and Helen M. Ravarino Family Director of Dante and Italian Studies at the University of Notre Dame, has been named the inaugural academic director of the University’s Global Gateway in Rome. Read More

Natale Boll
Video: Meet International Economics Major
Natalie Boll

"I knew I wanted to do something with French, and I liked solving problems and taking different strategies to solve them, and so I chose the international economics major,” says Natalie Boll ’14. Read More

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in Italian
Sarah Ann Wells Explores Dialogue Between South American Literature
and Media
Working with Latino Communities Leads to Fulfilling Career
International Experiences Fuel French Student's Passion for Languages
Alumnus Finds Inspiration in
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