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Notre Dame Forum 

‘It’s up to you’: Renowned social scientist Robert Putnam discusses democracy, society at Forum event

As part of the 2023-24 Notre Dame Forum on the “Future of Democracy,” more than 370 people filled the Jordan Auditorium last week for an exclusive screening of “Join or Die,” a film about Robert Putnam’s research on civic participation and democracy.
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Breathe with both lungs’: Theology chair demonstrates Catholic character in a global context

The Catholic Church is a global body with diverse traditions and people who lead them. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the life story of Father Khaled Anatolios, the John A. OBrien Professor of Theology and chair of the Department of Theology. Watch or listen to his story here.
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The Hawkins family heritage: A lasting legacy

In honor of Black History Month, UEE shares the Hawkins familys lasting legacy at Notre Dame  from Tommy, the University’s first Black All American basketball player, to his granddaughter Selina, who works inside Duncan Student Center.
2024 Presidential Awards
Provost open office hours; March 8, 10:30 a.m. to noon
Paul Bohn

Strategic Framework

Paul Bohn named inaugural director of new Bioengineering & Life Sciences Initiative

Paul Bohn, the Arthur J. Schmitt Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and professor of chemistry and biochemistry, has been named the inaugural director of the new Bioengineering & Life Sciences (BELS) Initiative. BELS will advance human health and wellness through interdisciplinary biomedical research and training.
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Notre Dame receives Chan Zuckerberg Initiative award for neurodegenerative disease research

The University has received a Collaborative Pairs Pilot Project Award from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to study genes that affect neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease. The award will fund a partnership that includes Cody Smith, the Elizabeth and Michael Gallagher Associate Professor of Biological Sciences.
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From prison to employment: Solar partnership advances Notre Dame’s mission, values

When the University breaks ground on a new solar project later this year, it will be a full-circle moment for Patrick Regan, whose company, Crossroads Solar, is supplying the panels for the project — and helping formerly incarcerated men and women transition from prison to employment in the process.
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