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Campus news for faculty and staff
University of Notre Dame
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Notre Dame elects new Trustees

Three new Trustees — Scott A. Dahnke, Kathryn “Katie” Koch and Raul R. Romero — have been elected to the Universitys Board of Trustees effective July 1.


Kroc Institute releases seventh report on Colombian Peace Agreement implementation

A new report from Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and its Peace Accords Matrix Barometer Initiative in Colombia presents the status of peace accord implementation as of November. 
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Three from Notre Dame selected for 2023 Forty Under 40

The South Bend Regional Chamber released its Michiana Forty Under 40 class of 2023. Austin Gammage, Victoria Woodard and Mitch Olsen of the Irish blue and gold were selected.
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Responsible AI integration in legal education

James Farrington, adjunct professor of law, spoke with Yahoo! Finance about the use of AI software Spellbook. The software is available to all law school faculty and students globally. Read what Farrington had to say about the program.
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Access to improved resources fails to impact economic outcomes for Black families across generations

Assistant professor of sociology Steven Alvarado used 35 years of data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth from 1979 to 2014 to study what happened when multiple generations of Black, white and Latino families lived on one side of the tracks versus the other. Read about the results of the study here
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Raclin Murphy Museum of Art to open in November

The former Snite Museum of Art will be reborn as the new Raclin Murphy Museum of Art on Nov. 30. Read about the new space and what it has to offer.
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