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Military-connected students visit the home of Mike Montalbano for a recent cookout.


Military-connected students find home away from home

Thanks to people like Regan Jones and Mike Montalbano, pictured center, 57 military-connected Notre Dame students found home-away-from-home experiences close to campus during this academic year. The Office of Military and Veterans Affairs introduced the Host Family Program in the fall and 26 facuty and staff families took part. Sign up for next year.
Spring 2022 Staff Town Hall; Did you miss it? The May 18 Virtual Staff Town Hall was recorded. Click to watch.


Carozza named to Meta Oversight Board

Paolo G. Carozza, professor of law and political science, has been added as a member of the Oversight Board for Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram. The board addresses a variety of issues related to freedom of expression and human rights internationally on social media. In his scholarly work, Carozza mainly focuses on comparative constitutional law, international law and human rights law. 
Kathleen McChesney is awarded an honorary doctor of laws at Commencement 2022. To her right is John J. Brennan, chairman, Notre Dame Board of Trustees and on her left is University Registrar Chuck Hurley.

Commencement (photo gallery)

Registrar's office makes two commencements look easy

Preparing for this year's two commencements could not be accomplished overnight. For the Office of the Registrar, planning began in January. By April, they diligently packed and secured thousands of diplomas for the ceremonies. Here's a closer look at their work.
Pictured is Kathleen McChesney, the recipient of the 2020 Laetare Medal, who was awarded an honorary doctor of laws at Commencement 2022. To her right is John J. Brennan, chairman, Notre Dame Board of Trustees, and on her left is University Registrar Chuck Hurley.
Graphic that says 2022 Fight Hunger in our Community; 200,000 meals provided through the Fighting Irish Highting Hunger food drive.


Campus pulls off another successful food drive

The results are in for the 2022 Fighting Irish Fighting Hunger food drive, and the numbers are impressive. The Notre Dame community raised $23,269 and 140 pounds of food for the Michiana community, which amounts to 200,000 meals. Here's where the donations went.
Welcome new employees. Click for full list.


Evans and social media intern team recognized with award

Higher Ed Social recently recognized the Department of Recruitment and Communications in the Office of Undergraduate Enrollment with the Best Overall Social Media Marketing of 2021 award. Emily Evans, assistant director of new media, led the social media team of student interns.
Photo of a baby bottle and formula.


Do you have infant nutrition questions? Consult Summus

It is a stressful time for those affected by the baby formula shortage. There is misinformation swirling on social media, with some posts offering do-it-yourself solutions. Faculty and staff with questions on infant nutrition can request phone/video consultations with doctors or registered dietitians through the Summus dashboard or by emailing nd@summusglobal.com
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