Kellogg Institute policy and practice labs bridge academia and policy, promote research impact
Pulte Institute grant work translates evidence into practice with global development partners
Kroc Institute research includes the world's largest collection of comparative data on instrastate peace agreements
Recently published Keough School policy papers related to the GFA include Principles and Methodologies for Strategic Monitoring in Fragile States and The Role of Religious Engagement in Implementing the Global Fragility Act.
Promoting transparency in governance by establishing the first-ever Presidential Transition Index—a research program initiated by former White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough to assess and monitor presidential transitions in real time, and to identify areas of vulnerability that could impact the health of global democracy.
Promoting peaceful, inclusive societies through effective, accountable institutions by establishing a Toward Goal 16 working group. This Keough School working group examines the conditions under which social and political action—from social movements and transnational advocacy networks to community empowerment efforts and citizen consultations—contribute to effective change processes, particularly those related to inclusive and accountable governance.
The Keough School brings together nine international institutes and centers across the University of Notre Dame. Their travel and research grants provide students the opportunity to explore global affairs in the country of their choosing, or apply skills in hands-on research and language study programs in the US and overseas.
The Keough School contributes to and benefits from a vast network of resources across the University of Notre Dame system.
Notre Dame Research supports and encourages innovation in more than twenty core facilities and resources, as well as in a number of key areas of research, including cancer, environmental change, global health, and many more, with faculty finding their homes in one of Notre Dame’s seven colleges or schools.