Walk the Walk Week at the University of Notre Dame continued Monday, Jan. 20, with the fifth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Luncheon at the Joyce Center.
Expand your possibilities,learn to shape the world.
The AnBryce Scholars Initiative brings first-generation, scholar leaders into a close knit family of students and faculty/staff mentors. We believe our scholars represent the best of Notre Dame and aim to assist in exposing our students to a cosmopolitan, inclusive vision of the world with all its complexity. Then, we encourage them to better it using their talents as a force for good. AnBryce Scholars come to campus from all across the world, united by their impressive academic potential and leadership skills, their success in the face of adversity. They pursue every area of study and seek summer enrichment through social justice and community service initiatives, educational experiences, and internships in business, engineering, social sciences, education, and the arts.
The AnBryce Scholars Initiative reflects the vision of Mr. Anthony Welters and Ambassador Beatrice Wilkinson Welters, who began the AnBryce Foundation in 1995. The Welters' sons, Bryant and Andrew, are graduates of the University of Notre Dame.
It's like a dream come true, but way better.– Erick Tapia, Class of 2018
Jasmine Shells has a rich history of fostering meaningful connections amongst her peers and colleagues. From her time as a student leader at Notre Dame to becoming communications chair of the Black Professionals Network at EY in Chicago, it seems Shells was destined to solve corporate management’s struggle to efficiently and effectively host employee programs and events. …
Thursday, January 23, 2020
Conversation with Professor Smith: 2nd Amendment Rights for People of Color.
Originally published at law.nd.edu.…
Friday, January 24, 2020
Prepare for the Winter Career Fair by perfecting your resume! Join us for Resume Reviews for undergraduate Science students.
Sign up for a 15-minute resume review with a career counselor through Handshake.
Originally published at undergradcareers.nd.edu…