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Solidarity to Ukraine


NDI shares news from Ukrainian Catholic University

As an expression of solidarity with Ukraine, Notre Dame International created a new platform to capture news, stories and resources from Ukrainian Catholic University, a longstanding and strong partner of the University.

ND in the News

Historian speaks with Newsweek on Putin

Ian Johnson, the P.J. Moran Family Assistant Professor of Military History, spoke with Newsweek for an article called "Could Vladimir Putin be overthrown by his own people?" International sanctions against Russia, imposed after the invasion of Ukraine, are affecting the populace, leading some citizens to protest.  
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I am ND

Two sides of one person, but there's only one Joe Holt 

During the worst of the pandemic, Joe Holta business ethics professor, considered how his divergent experience could be put to good use over extended academic breaks. It came to him immediately: Help nurses on the front line

“It’s wonderful to be a Notre Dame professor, but every now and then it’s good for my Bronx Irish Catholic soul to be the guy who cleans bedpans, takes out the garbage and just sort of keeps it real.” — Joseph Holtthe Audrey M. and James E. Jack Professor of Business Ethics in the Mendoza College of Business
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Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore and Barnes & Noble College workers restocked the bookstores over spring break. Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore and Barnes & Noble College workers restocked the bookstores over spring break.

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Bookstores reopen after busy spring break changeover

The Hammes Notre Dame Bookstores have reopened after being closed for the transition to Barnes & Noble College. The team is excited to welcome you back to see what is new. This photo gallery offers a peek into some of the work that went into the changeover. 

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It's Severe Weather Preparedness Week

As winter transitions to spring, it's time to prepare for severe weather, including tornadoes and severe thunderstorms. Understand the difference between a watch and a warning, and what to do when a tornado siren has sounded.

Save the Date

Career Conversations with Trailblazing Women of Notre Dame

A panel of inspiring Notre Dame alumnae will share their stories as part of the "Golden is Thy Fame" celebration, the 50th anniversary of the admission of undergraduate women. Save the date: 3 p.m. Friday, March 25, in the Meruelo Family Center for Career Development, fifth floor, Duncan Student Center.


Spring IT classes start now

OIT is offering the classes you need in just the way you need them this spring. Whether you want to take an instructor-led class that’s taught in-person in a training lab or an online class that’s available 24/7, find a class that meets your needs.
Employee survey, March 8-22, confidential, mobile-friendly, look for it in your email
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