What does the cause of human dignity demand of us?
TOWARD A FLOURISHING HUMAN COMMUNITY
We train ethical leaders for the new global reality. Students at the Keough School of Global Affairs learn to think broadly and imaginatively, seeing the world through the lens of integral human development.
Our graduates understand the interconnected nature of world challenges. With their focus on human dignity, their toolkit of strategic, analytic and relational skills, and their portfolio of global experiences, they become the connective tissue among ideas, peoples and disciplines in government, NGOs and the private sector.
This is Notre Dame’s first new school or college in nearly a century. Our institutional agility, intellectual vibrancy and uncommon optimism are focused on a singular goal: a flourishing human community.
Master of Global Affairs
The Keough School offers a Master of Global Affairs to train highly skilled and effective leaders and agents of change. Apply by December 15.
Research, Policy, Practice
Faculty in the Keough School address critical issues such as human development, peace and justice, civil and human rights, democratic governance, and human security.
We will bring the world to Notre Dame and Notre Dame to the world to generate ideas and leaders that shape the future of humanity and the planet.
Jenkins Hall, the new home for the Keough School of Global Affairs, will be a destination for the world's top global-minded students, faculty, diplomats, executives, and public officials. It will open its doors in August 2017.
The Mediation Room
The Mediation Room is one of several innovative classroom, conference, and seminar spaces that will give students and faculty new ways to engage with each other and the world. The new building will open its doors in August 2017.
The Forum will be the architectural and academic centerpiece — a hub for intellectual and professional exchanges among people of many cultures and backgrounds. The new building will open its doors in August 2017.