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Company Overview of University of Notre Dame
University of Notre Dame is an educational and research institution. The university offers graduate and postgraduate programs in arts and letters, engineering, business administration, science, architecture, and law. University of Notre Dame was founded in 1842 and is based in Notre Dame, Indiana. The company has endowment assets worth $3.07 billion.
804 Grace Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556-5612
Founded in 1842
Key Executives for University of Notre Dame
Vice President and Trustee
Vice President of Business Operations
President of the Native American Students Association of Notre Dame (Nasand)
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
University of Notre Dame Key Developments
Colosseum Athletics Forms Licensing Agreement with the University of Notre Dame
Oct 17 13
Colosseum Athletics announced its recent approval to become a licensee for the University of Notre Dame. Obtaining a Notre Dame license is a great privilege and Colosseum will work closely with Notre Dame's licensing team and retail partners to ensure the highest quality products and distribution. The company’s immediate objective is to focus on opportunities in women's and kid's fashion apparel as well as men's outerwear, shorts, camp shirts and polos. Beginning Spring 2014, these licensed Notre Dame products will be available in retailers nationwide.
The University of Notre Dame Expands Facility for Hessert Laboratory for Aerospace Research
Aug 16 13
The University of Notre Dame announced that its Hessert Laboratory for Aerospace Research has added new laboratory space to its White Field facility. The White Field facility opened in 2008 and was primarily designed to house three facilities: a 1,750-horsepower, Mach 0.6 wind tunnel, a 400-horsepower transonic compressor facility and an 800-horsepower transonic turbine facility. A component of the University's Center for Flow Physics and Control (FlowPac), the White Field Laboratory was designed to enhance the Notre Dame's long history of aerospace research through the use of wind tunnels and other simulation equipment. It enables researchers to run experiments at high speeds, much closer to real flight conditions, including experiments preparing for the coming generations of ultra-efficient airplanes, including pilotless vehicles. The new laboratory space includes five turbo-machine test cells, a Two-Phase Combustion Lab, a Hypersonic Combustion Lab and a Mach 6.0 low-disturbance wind tunnel. The expansion of the Hessert Laboratory at White Field was largely driven by the rapid growth of turbo-machine research at Notre Dame that has come through partnerships with General Electric, Pratt and Whitney and Honeywell. The White Field location also includes a Laboratory for Enhanced Wind Energy Research, titled eWiND. That research program is aimed at developing revolutionary designs that will involve virtual aerodynamic shaping for enhanced wind energy capture of wind turbines. The laboratory provides a research environment for multidisciplinary investigations including fluid dynamics, acoustics, fluid-structure interaction, design optimization, materials, failure modeling, system feedback and control and atmospheric turbulence. The eWiND initiative is a key component of Notre Dame's Strategic Research Investment program that has allocated $80 million of Notre Dame's own money to advance the scope, excellence and visibility of its research enterprise.
University of Notre Dame Appoints Marie Blakey as Executive Director of Academic Communications
Jul 24 13
Marie Blakey, currently the senior director of communications and marketing in the College of Arts and Letters at the University of Notre Dame, has been appointed to the newly created position of executive director of academic communications at the University. She will report to both Provost Thomas G. Burish and Paul J. Browne, the new vice president for public affairs and communications. Blakey will have a broad mandate to create an innovative and comprehensive communications strategy that enhances the research and teaching reputation of Notre Dame. She will work closely with the University's central communications departments and will share oversight of the communications teams in N otre Dame's colleges,schools, institutes and departments with their respective deans, directors and chairs.
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