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Father Jenkins receives St Edmund’s College Honorary Fellowship

Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., has been elected by the governing body of St Edmund’s College at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom as an Honorary Fellow, the college’s highest recognition of merit conferred on those who have achieved outstanding distinction in their field.

Notre Dame International

Building a strong team through collaboration

Regan Jones, the Notre Dame International senior director for global operations, took a different approach to a team-building exercise. He and his team met with coaches from the ND swimming and diving team. They got along swimmingly ...

Notre Dame Stories 


Tatiana Botero and Elena Mangione-Lora, teaching professors of Spanish in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, have helped bring flamenco from the Andalucía region of southern Spain to South Bend. Read how Botero and Mangione-Lora have worked to foster a love for learning Spanish through music, dance, art and more. 
Students walking on a trail in Ireland

Notre Dame Stories 

Glendalough Valley, Ireland

In the heart of Ireland’s Wicklow mountains, you’ll find Glendalough Valley. Students studying at Notre Dame’s Dublin Global Gateway spent a day hiking part of the 13.7-mile loop. View the photo essay here
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ND in the News

May I take your order? ND expert on AI at drive-thrus

Yong Suk Lee, assistant professor of technology, economy and global affairs in the Keough School of Global Affairs, spoke with CNN Business about the use of AI technology at restaurant drive-thrus. Read the article here and find more from our ND experts on AI here.
Biologist Jason Rohr


Human activities cause a buzzkill

Biologist Jason Rohr, the Ludmilla F., Stephen J. and Robert T. Galla College Professor and Department Chair in the Department of Biological Sciences, recently published findings showing that human activities are likely contributing to changes in insect populations in streams, and that current efforts to protect and restore them are not sufficient. 
Spotlight on Workplace Safety


Spotlight on workplace safety: Hazard recognition

In the United States, preventable injuries cause one death and 236 injuries every two minutes. One main cause of workplace injuries, illnesses and incidents is the failure to identify or recognize hazards that are present, or that could have been anticipated. Here are some tools and resources to help better recognize hazardous situations.
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