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Happy first day of classes, faculty and staff!

New Faces in High Places

G. Marcus Cole

The newly appointed Joseph A. Matson Dean of the Law School comes from Stanford University, where he held several highly esteemed positions since the late ’90s. "Notre Dame is the only place I would have ever left Stanford for.” Cole is one of six new leaders highlighted in the current print edition of NDWorks.


Home (and away) schedule 

The Irish will play at Notre Dame Stadium seven times this season: twice in September and October and three times in November. Home games are listed in green on the Game Day website. 


Put Game Day steps to work

Staff working on Game Days are encouraged to participate in the second annual Game Day 10K Steps Challenge, which encourages workers to reach 10,000 steps, the daily step target for healthy adults. Plus, there are prizes! (More...)


Blake Roeber invested in his health and won $400

Schedule your free, voluntary and confidential health screening and be entered into a weekly Human Resources raffle to win $400. Roeber (pictured below), assistant professor of philosophy, is HR's first winner. There will be screenings held around campus between now and November. All you have to do is show up! (More...)

Diversity and Inclusion 

One-day conference for campus community 

Registration is open for a free conference for faculty, staff and students titled "Open Minds, Loving Hearts & An Engaged Community" to be held on Friday, Sept. 6. The event, inspired by Catholic Social Teaching and hosted by the University, will feature two keynote speakers: the Rev. Joseph Brown, S.J., and Robin DiAngelo, author of the book "White Fragility." DiAngelo's talk will be open to the public, but all other programming is reserved for the campus community. Register for one talk or the whole day's worth of engagements. (More...)


High School Equivalency Diploma classes for staff

This free preparation program helps employees prepare for the High School Equivalency Diploma exam. The courses are taught on campus. (More...)


Call this number for an emergency on campus 

Call 574-631-5555 to get help fast. The call goes directly to the Notre Dame Police Department. NDPD can dispatch police, fire and medical staff who are already on campus. Please add the number to your contacts. If you call 911 from a cell phone, you may reach the St. Joseph County emergency call center. Ask to be connected to NDPD. (You may also call 574-631-5555 for non-emergencies.) 

Community News 

Flick on the Field returns to Notre Dame Stadium

“Rudy” returns to the big screen at Notre Dame Stadium on Friday, Aug. 30. Flick on the Field is a free event featuring a sports movie on the stadium video board. (More...)

Community News

Ground is broken for new Robinson Center   

The ceremonial groundbreaking for the Robinson Community Learning Center took place Monday (Aug. 26). RCLC, an educational initiative started by the University in 2001, will move to a new one-story, 13,000-square-foot building near the second phase of the Eddy Street Commons project next year. (More...)

Community News

Students deputized as cyber crime investigators

Eight Notre Dame students will help local and federal police investigate technology crimes this year. Since the program started four years ago, student interns, who are sworn officers, have uncovered crucial evidence for prosecutions and exonerated the falsely accused. (More...)


Send NDWorks your photos from Pizza Pi's grand opening!  

Do you plan to attend the grand opening of Pizza Pi pizzeria this Friday, Aug. 30, from 4 to 7 p.m.? Email  ndworks@nd.edu photos of you and your co-workers enjoying the yard games, music and free samples! Be sure to mention your favorite dishes after you TASTE THAT! 
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