The University of Notre Dame’s Computer Science & Engineering program is collaborating with Schurz Communications on a first-of-its-kind “innovation challenge,” beginning fall 2012. Undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty will be asked to consider real-world digital solutions and opportunities for 21st-century media companies. A first area of focus will be mobile development.
Both with long records in aerospace leadership and innovation, the Boeing Company and Notre Dame have enjoyed a successful partnership based upon recruiting, research, programmatic, and student support.
GE and Notre Dame engineering have enjoyed a long and productive relationship based on a strong track record of recruitment and support for new avenues of innovative research. When the University announced it would like to make the newest engineering building, Stinson-Remick Hall, more energy efficient, GE recognized the opportunity to advance the relationship and help the University strive for LEED certification using GE innovations.
IBM and Notre Dame have come together on an exciting new Global Internship Program.
The Motorola Foundation and Notre Dame recently collaborated on the 2010 Mechatronic Football Competition.
The goal of all corporate partners is to create win-win situations for their companies and the universities they choose to affiliate with. The Xerox Corporation is no exception. As a corporate partner with Notre Dame, Xerox plays a key role developing robust relationships between their organization and the academy.