This is a weekly newsletter for faculty and staff at Notre Dame.
This is a weekly newsletter for faculty and staff at Notre Dame.
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Fr. Jenkins calls on Trump to commute executions

Citing Catholic Church teachings, Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., called on President Donald J. Trump to commute the executions of death row inmates this week. (More...)

Academy

Winter Session inspires creative ideas

This year’s unprecedented two-month break between semesters led the University to create for the first time a Winter Session, with experiences and short courses inspired by some very creative ideas. (More...)
 Pictured is Michael Macaluso, 7, in a tutor session over Zoom with Caitlyn Clinton '20.

Resources 

TutorND to resume for children of Notre Dame staff, faculty

TutorND will continue when the spring semester starts next month. The free tutoring program for children of staff and faculty came about as part of the University’s response to the pandemic. Pictured above is Michael Macaluso, 7, during a tutor session over Zoom. (More...)
 Pictured are Richard Cross, Katharina Kraus and Samuel Newlands, faculty members in the Department of Philosophy

Academy 

Three philosophers awarded NEH fellowships

Three faculty members from the Department of Philosophy — Richard Cross, Katharina Kraus and Samuel Newlands — have been offered fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Scholars in the College of Arts and Letters have received a total of 68 NEH fellowships since 1999 — more than any other university in the country. (More...)
OIT: Technology Boot Camp

Resources 

Hone your professional skills in the new year

Start the new year with OIT's Technology Boot Camp. There are classes on anything from presentations and video editing to spreadsheets and Tableau. The two-hour Zoom sessions take place from 2 to 4 p.m. through Thursday, Jan. 21. (More...)

Resources

News about COVID-19 and child/elder care leaves

Human Resources announces new processes, effective Wednesday, Jan. 27, for taking COVID-19 leave days and child/elder care leave days

Resources

Free lead kits available 

The Notre Dame Lead Innovation Team, in collaboration with the St. Joseph County Health Department, encourages parents of young children to test for lead in and around the home — particularly in areas with high levels of lead.  (More...)
Winter photo of the Eck Hall of Law.

Scene@ND (photo gallery)

T'was Christmas on campus, and what could be seen?

While many of us were enjoying winter break from home, University photographers Matt Cashore and Barbara Johnston couldn't resist heading to campus to capture some exquisite winter shots of freshly fallen snow and iced landscapes. (More...)
Grapic announcing Rohr's at the Morris Inn has reopened.
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