Friday, 1 April 2016 - 3:30pm
Hesburgh Center Auditorium
Deadline: International Scholars Program
Thursday, April 7
Fourteen young professionals from Latin America and the Caribbean interacted with the Kellogg community in a variety of ways this fall as part of a four-week leadership development program that took advantage of multiple opportunities on campus and in the City of South Bend.
Faculty Fellow Marisel Moreno, associate professor of romance languages and literatures, has been selected to receive the 2016 Sheedy Excellence in Teaching Award, the highest teaching honor in the College of Arts and Letters.
A reception honoring her will be held at 3:30 p.m. December 6 in the McKenna Hall Auditorium. The Sheedy Award was created in 1970 to honor Rev. Charles E. Sheedy, CSC, who served as dean of Arts and Letters from 1951 to 1969.
A new book by Faculty Fellow Terence McDonnell examines why expensive media campaigns that try to harness the power of culture to change beliefs or behavior often fail. Using AIDS campaigns in Ghana as his central case study, he lays out an argument that carries important implications for diverse types of media campaigns around the world.
The Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies promotes research excellence on critical global challenges, with a particular focus on democracy and human development. Building on a core interest in Latin America and Africa, the Kellogg Institute fosters research on the developing world and beyond.
Supporting the research and educational mission of the University of Notre Dame by engaging faculty, students, and visiting scholars in a supportive intellectual community, the Institute works to project the University onto the global stage.
The Kellogg Institute forms an integral part of Notre Dame’s Catholic mission by addressing normative and scholarly concerns that embody the values reflected in Catholic social thought.