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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Watch the Virtual Town Hall Meeting (NetID required)

A recording of last week's Virtual Town Hall Meeting, hosted by President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., is available to watch online. Get information on the reopening of campus from the Charles and Jill Fischer Provost Marie Lynn Miranda, Executive Vice President Shannon Cullinan, Vice President for Student Affairs Erin Hoffmann Harding and Vice President for Campus Safety and Operations Mike Seamon. (More...
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CurateND repository preserves research and scholarship

The Integrated Imaging Facility didn’t always have a good way to track how researchers had applied data acquired from their facility’s equipment. But that changed when Hesburgh Libraries launched CurateND – a free, multifaceted research repository designed to showcase and preserve research outputs, such as data, papers and presentations. (More...)
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Brush up on teaching and classroom technologies

If you are teaching a course this fall, the Office of Information Technologies invites you to familiarize yourself with the new classroom technology and other teaching resources. Choose from drop-in online office hours, group consultations and online workshops or view recorded materials at your convenience. (More...)
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New data shows countries' vulnerability to climate change

The annual update to Notre Dame's Global Adaptation Initiative (ND-GAIN) Country Index shows sources for some vulnerability indicators have changed, including food dependency and urban concentration. The food score is intended to capture a country’s vulnerability to climate change as it relates to food production, demand and nutrition, as well as population growth. The index quantifies and compares data on 181 countries. (More...)
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Shuttle starting up again with some modifications

Shuttle service resumed Monday, Aug. 3, with notable adjustments. Due to the pandemic, everyone onboard must wear a face mask. Meanwhile, the shuttle service itself has been modified, mostly as a result of an analysis of two years of ridership data. The changes also take into account that many staff will continue to work remotely for the foreseeable future. (More...)
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Faculty and staff among donors helping students

The University established the Student Emergency Relief Fund to help students and their families with additional financial need caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Forecasts predict current students receiving financial aid will need additional assistance, and as many as 500 students who had not previously received financial aid will need it. Among the 6,200 donors are more than 200 faculty and staff. (More...)
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Drivapalooza aids Food Bank of Northern Indiana 

Members of the Finance Division and Muffet McGraw, newly retired women's basketball coach, teamed up to collect food at the Drivapalooza. More than 2,400 pounds of food was collected from faculty and staff, providing more than 1,900 meals for area families in need. (More...)
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Ask a Wellness Coach: What is self-care? Mindfulness?

The coronavirus pandemic threatens not only people’s physical health, but also peace of mind. Can practicing self-care and mindfulness help ease stress? NDWorks turned to Wellness Coaches Martha Vanderheyden and Mary Shafer for advice. (More...)
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