Glynn Visiting Scholars
Each year, the Glynn Program brings distinguished speakers to campus to give lectures, master classes, and seminars for the Glynn community. Glynn Scholars receive priority in registering for classes taught by Glynn Visiting Scholars and meet with them over meals and in small group discussions.
René Reifarth, University of Frankfurt
René Reifarth, an expert in experimental physics, visited campus in August 2022 and then hosted a group of Glynn physics majors at his laboratory in Frankfurt, Germany, over fall break.
Noga Arikha, Paris and Florence
Philosophy and Neuroscience
Noga Arikha, an award-winning philosopher of neuroscience, visited Notre Dame as a joint guest of the Glynn Program and the Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values. She met with Glynn psychology and neuroscience majors over dinner and gave a lecture on her latest book, The Ceiling Outside, based on her observational work at a psychiatric hospital in Paris.
Amy Ellis Nutt, Washington Post
Neuroscience and Journalism
Amy Nutt, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, visited the Glynn Program and the College of Science in November. She met with Glynn Scholars over lunch to discuss her recent books, Shadows Bright as Glass, The Teenage Brain, and Becoming Nicole, and gave a lecture on her forthcoming book American Madness.
Jason Furman, Harvard
Jason Furman, former chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisors under President Barack Obama, will visit the Glynn Program and the Department of Economics in March 2023 to deliver a public lecture and meet with Glynn economics and political science majors.
Yasmin Haskell, Western Australia
Yasmin Haskell, currently resident at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton, is an expert on the Latin culture of the Jesuit Order in early modern Europe (and the world). She will visit the Glynn Program in April to give a lecture and meet with classics and theology majors.
Dominic Dold, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin
Philosophy and Mathematics
Dominic Dold has earned double doctorates in mathematics and philosophy and will be visiting Notre Dame as a Fyodor Lynen fellow. He will meet with Glynn Scholars interested in the history of mathematics and the history of philosophy.