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Photo of the new Robinson Community Learning Center.


New Robinson Community Learning Center dedicated

A blessing and dedication ceremony was held last week for the new Robinson Community Learning Center at Eddy Street Commons. The RCLC is an off-campus educational initiative of Notre Dame, offering educational programs for children and adults in the community. (More...)
Photo of open house; kids playing in classroom; welcome sign. Singer performs outside the Robinson Community Learning Center as part of the open house and dedication.


Provost Miranda hosts open office hours

Provost Marie Lynn Miranda will be available to meet with faculty, staff and students today, Sept. 28, from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in the Sorin Room of the LaFortune Student Center. Come with questions or ideas, or just to say hello. Click here for more dates and times.


How the endowment supports ND's mission

From humble beginnings, Notre Dame stands among the nation's leading research universities and is the world's preeminent Catholic university — in large part due to the generosity of donors, the expert management of those gifts through the endowment, and the revenue the endowment has produced through a slow and steady investment strategy guided by principles grounded in Catholic social teaching. (More...
Graphic with the immage of Jesus on the cross and text stating: University of Notre Dame hosts the Black Catholic Theological Symposium Annual Meeting.


Black Catholic Theological Symposium to meet on campus

Notre Dame will host the 31st annual meeting of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium, Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 7-9. The event will feature two public lectures and an inculturated Mass led by Cardinal Wilton Gregory, archbishop of Washington, D.C. (More...)
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For the vulnerable, recovery from hurricanes takes years

Sisi Meng, assistant teaching professor of economics and technology for development at the Keough School of Global Affairs, found in a new study that economic status and educational achievement make a difference in the outcome for hurricane survivors. (More...)

ND in the News 

Professor assesses structural damage from extreme weather  

Tracy Kijewski-Correa tells The Atlantic how she and her colleagues travel the globe conducting ground surveys to assess damaged structures after catastrophic weather events. Their work can aid rescue operations and suggest ways to build better structures. (More...)
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TheWeek@ND online list now available

A technical problem prevented readers from gaining access to this week's full edition of TheWeek@ND. It is now in working order. Click for TheWeek@ND.
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NFCDS announces inaugural cohort of pedagogy fellows 

Five graduate students were accepted into the inaugural cohort of the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship Pedagogy Fellows for the 2021-22 academic year. The Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship (NFCDS) is located within the Hesburgh Library. (More...)
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