Helen Kellogg Institute

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The Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies (Kellogg Institute) "aims to advance investigation in comparative international studies. Named to honor the woman who donated the initial endowment for it, the Institute is a research center at the University of Notre Dame. The Kellogg Institute promotes international research by attracting faculty, students, and visitors to Notre Dame and by providing them with a supportive community of scholarship, through various activities." [1]


Total revenue 2005-06 was $ 2,630,647 (of which just over $1.9 million came from the Kellogg Endowment.

"The Kellogg Institute gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the following organizations and individuals. Without this generous support, Kellogg would not be able to provide the diversity of programs or events to the academic community, students both at Notre Dame and beyond, and the policymaking community."

Annual Report 2005-06 pdf

Faculty Committee

  • Rev. Ernest Bartell - Professor Emeritus of Economics
  • Edward Beatty - Associate Professor of History, Director, Latin American Studies Program (LASP)
  • Michael Coppedge - Associate Professor of Political Science
  • Robert Fishman - Professor of Sociology
  • Frances Hagopian - Michael Grace II Associate Professor of Latin American Studies
  • Lionel M. Jensen - Associate Professor and Department Chair, East Asian Languages, Concurrent Associate Professor of History
  • Sabine G. MacCormack - Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, csc, Professor of Arts and Letters; Professor of History and Classics
  • Nelson Mark - Alfred C. DeCrane Jr. Professor of International Economics, Concurrent Professor of Finance
  • Martha L. Merritt - Associate Director, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
  • Guillermo O'Donnell - University, 1985) Helen Kellogg Professor of Government and International Studies
  • Rev. Timothy Scully - Professor of Political Science, Director, Institute for Educational Initiatives
  • J. Samuel Valenzuela - Professor of Sociology


Advisory Board

Source (bios)

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Web: http://kellogg.nd.edu