Campus news for faculty and staff
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Campus news for faculty and staff
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Host Family Program offers military-connected students experience of home away from home

The Office of Military and Veterans Affairs is looking for more host families. The office’s Host Family Program is designed to help establish a support system for military-connected students at Notre Dame.
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Statement on Israel-Hamas conflict From Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., President

Reflecting on our call to respect the dignity of every person, Father Jenkins released a statement on the Israel-Hamas conflict. Read his full statement here.
I urge an immediate, permanent ceasefire combined with the release of all hostages on both sides.” Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., University president
Forum film screening and conversation
A large, gray truck with the Parking Services logo on the side is parked near an electric vehicle charger on campus.


University begins electric vehicle transition

Watch for five new EVs around campus, including this Ford Lightning used by Parking Services. Read why campus employees say the vehicles are ready for all their tough jobs.
Dish with ashes in it


Ash Wednesday distribution and services

Wednesday, Feb. 14, is Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the Lenten season. Catholic Masses will be celebrated around campus. There will also be multiple opportunities to participate in a brief (10 minutes or less) service and to receive ashes. Find Masses and ash distribution locations and times here
Jackie Robinson on campus

Notre Dame Magazine

When Jackie Robinson came to campus

It was 70 years ago this week — on Feb. 10, 1954 — that baseball great Jackie Robinson came to Notre Dame and South Bend to speak about brotherhood, cooperation and eliminating prejudices.
Walk the Walk Week What's your next step?

Whats Your Next Step?

“Understand the obstacles we face, as minorities and as members of the Notre Dame community. 

Calvin Metts, executive chef, Morris Inn

Whats Your Next Step?

“Create an environment of open dialogue and constant learning.

Erin Thornton, advisor to the vice president, University Enterprises and Events

Whats Your Next Step?

“Its not the next step, but the next breath ... empathy, acceptance and love.

Gia Kvaratskhelia, head coach, Notre Dame Fencing
Summer Camp Expo


Join NDHR Family Services for a summer camp expo 

This event will feature summer camps and other educational opportunities for children in grades K-12. Open to Notre Dame faculty, staff, graduate students and their spouses. Click to learn more and add to your calendar.


Notre Dame joins consortium to support responsible artificial intelligence

The University will be one of more than 200 leading AI stakeholders helping to advance the development and deployment of safe, trustworthy AI. 
“We are excited to join AISIC at a pivotal time for AI and for our society. We know that to manage AI risks, we first have to measure and understand them. It is a grand challenge that neither technologists nor government agencies can tackle alone. — Jeffrey F. Rhoads, vice president for research
National Clearn Out Your Computer Day


Too much digital clutter? Tidy up your tech

Proper maintenance of computers, tablets and smartphones is important but often neglected. National Clean Out Your Computer Day is recognized this year on Tuesday, Feb. 13, to remind people to regularly organize their computers and devices.


Love is in the air: Experience Notre Dame events team creates multiple memorable weddings for alumni family  

Cyndy Paliga, director of social and wedding events, planned not one, but four, weddings for one Notre Dame family. Alumna Laurie McKeon shared how Cyndy helped her family create a one-of-a-kind experience each time.
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