Notre Dame International Annual Review: 2020-2022

In the interest of sustainability, I’m excited to share Notre Dame International’s new Annual Review. The switch to digital allows us to share what we’ve been doing over the past two years through more in-depth storytelling, compelling photography, and videos. I encourage you to explore the ways in which Notre Dame students, faculty, and administrators are making an impact on the communities they research, study, and work in around the world.

June 9, 2016; Dr. Michael Pippenger, Vice President and Associate Provost for Internationalization (Photo by Matt Cashore/University of Notre Dame)

As you read and learn, I invite you to consider how we can join forces to advance the University’s global mission, vision, and leadership together. You’ll see in these stories of international education that our collective success is embodied in many powerful ways: in the global impact of our faculty’s research and teaching, in the curiosity and creativity of our students who travel to and from campus in an effort to grow and flourish, and in our University’s embrace of celebrating how global education can promote better cross-cultural communication, mutual respect, and understanding of the dignity of every person.

More students are studying abroad than ever before, we welcomed more international students on campus than ever before, and more faculty are using our Global Gateways and Centers for research, conferences, workshops, and partnerships. There has never been a better time to imagine how you can be involved to bring more of Notre Dame to the world and more of the world to Notre Dame.

Michael Pippenger
Vice President and Associate Provost for Internationalization

Please visit the all-new digital interactive Annual Review website to learn more.

December 15, 2022

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