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Former Secretary of State Rice to speak at Notre Dame

A Conversation With: Condoleezza Rice,” hosted by President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., and featuring alumna and the 66th U.S. Secretary of State, will take place in Jordan Auditorium. Topics will include the Russian invasion of Ukraine, women’s leadership, the 50th anniversary of women undergraduates at Notre Dame and collegiate athletics.

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Hesburgh-Stephan award recipient announced

Notre Dame alumnus and longtime Trustee John W. Jordan II “Jay” will receive the Hesburgh-Stephan Medal during the University’s 177th commencement exercises May 15. The award is given to a Trustee for uncommon and exemplary contributions to Notre Dame during his or her tenure on the Board. 
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Three honorary degrees to be presented at Commencement

Notre Dame will present honorary degrees at the 2022 Commencement on May 15 to Ernest J. Moniz and Kathleen McChesney. The distinguished leaders were to be recognized at the 2020 ceremony, postponed due to the pandemic. Metropolitan-Archbishop Borys Gudziak of Ukraine, this year's commencement speaker, will also receive an honorary degree.

Professor and student work on a suspension build project on DeBartolo Quad.

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Class builds suspension bridge in a day on quad

An engineering class recently moved from the classroom to the quad. The “Build, Break, Perfect” class, taught to first-year students, culminated with the building of a 100-foot suspension bridge on DeBartolo Quad, in a single day.
The Garth Brooks Stadium Tour, Saturday, May 7. Click for tickets


New great seats available for Garth Brooks concert 

You're going to want to be at Notre Dame Stadium on Saturday, May 7, to see Garth Brooks. Fantastic seats have just been released to Ticketmaster. There will be no Friday evening soundcheck show like last time, so get your tickets now.
Pictured are Facilities, Design, and Operations division members who took part in Rebuilding Together

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Teamwork makes the dream work at Rebuilding Together

Saturday was picture perfect for Rebuilding Together, an annual volunteer effort where community members provide home repair assistance to local homeowners. Volunteers included members of the Facilities, Design, and Operations division and family members, pictured above. 
Battling Burnout: How to Spot and Beat Burnout, with Thea Gallagher, PsyD Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, NYU Grossman School of Medicine Thursday, May 5, Noon Via Zoom; Click to RSVP.


HR and Summus to offer a free webinar on burnout

Human Resources recently introduced Summus, a virtual specialist platform. At no cost to you or your family members, Summus provides a suite of virtual health and well-being services, vetted physician referrals and more. Summus’ services are fully confidential and allow you to make medical decisions with confidence. Here's how to activate your Summus account.
Welcome new employees. Click for full list.
Graphic that says, Teaching this summer? Need help with Canvas? Faculty, take advantage of new workshops and demonstrations to learn and maximize your use of Canvas tools. Click for details
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