• Intellectual Rigor

    Glynn Family Honors Program Scholars enjoy a unique, albeit intense, academic experience that brings together the distinct benefits of Notre Dame’s College of Science and College of Arts and Letters.

  • An Engaging Community

    Glynn students and faculty regularly gather in Arcadia, the honors program lounge, for casual conversation or lively debate over philosophical, scientific, and moral issues.

  • Research Opportunities

    In-depth undergraduate research is a hallmark of the Glynn Family Honors Program, which guarantees students at least one summer of research funding.

The Glynn Family Honors Program offers select undergraduates the opportunity to pursue academic excellence within a community of like-minded learners. Glynn scholars engage in lively intellectual discussions in seminar-style honors classes, undertake original research, and develop meaningful mentoring relationships with some of the University’s top professors. Glynn scholars graduate from Notre Dame well prepared for elite Ph.D. programs, top medical and law schools, prestigious service programs, and a wide range of fulfilling careers in business and industry. 

Updates

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Annual Glynn Cultural Immersion Trip to Chicago

Glynn faculty and scholars are heading to Chicago March 25-26 for a Glynn-subsidized weekend of cultural entertainment. Saturday includes a tour of the Art Institute and a performance of "Carmen" at the Lyric Opera House. Before returning to campus on Sunday, the group will attend the Chicago Symphony for a concert of Schumann, Shostakovich, and Stravinsky on piano by Daniil Trifonov. 


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Our Students

 Michael Foley wins Chambliss medal from AAS

Michael Foley wins Chambliss medal from AAS

Junior Physics and Math double major Michael Foley was awarded the Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Award medal for his presentation at the American Astronomical Society (AAS). The Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Student Awards are given to recognize exemplary research by undergraduate and graduate students who present posters at AAS meetings.

Anthropology major's research takes her around the world

Anthropology major's research takes her around the world

Notre Dame junior Katie Portman spent summer 2015 doing archaeological fieldwork while living on the M.V. Pitsiulak, a 50-foot longliner, off the coast of subarctic Canada. Despite weather issues, engine malfunctions, and permit-related delays, the experience caused her to fall in love with—and major in—anthropology. Since then, her research pursuits have taken her to Washington, D.C.; Canada; Ireland; and Russia, for projects including excavation of a medieval Christian pilgrimage site and a study of skeletons of monks from Byzantine Jerusalem.

Highlighted Faculty

Anselma Dolcich-Ashley

Anselma Dolcich-Ashley

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Christopher Kolda

Christopher Kolda

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Cornelius Delaney

Cornelius Delaney

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