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Notre Dame among top Fulbright producers

According to the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, which administers the Fulbright Program, Notre Dame is among the top producers of Fulbright students. (More...)


Educators' racial and gender bias present in first grade

Calvin Zimmermann, assistant professor of sociology, co-authored a study that examined how first grade teachers’ perceptions of students’ approach to learning can affect how they rate those students’ academic skills. (More...)

Diversity and Inclusion (video)

Tell your story about race

"With Voices True" is a new project to collect stories from the entire Notre Dame community about race and racial identity. All are invited to reflect upon their own personal experiences, and help shape constructive conversations at Notre Dame. (Watch video.) 

Community (photo gallery)

College of Arts and Letters staff completes day of service

Staff from the Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Letters recently completed a service project at St. Margaret's House, a day center in South Bend for women and children. About a dozen people participated, including Sarah Mustillo, the I.A. O'Shaughnessy Dean, pictured above on the right. (See the photo gallery.) Service is an attribute of the University's Holy Cross and Catholic identity. Send your community service photos and captions to ndworks@nd.edu


Photo finish for 'Women Lead' conference 

This Mendoza team offered the final speaking engagement of the weeklong Notre Dame Ethics Week conference, themed “Women Lead.” Robin Kistler, far right, led a panel discussion on "Women and the Workplace," with colleagues Amanda McKendree, Angela Logan, Alice Obermiller and Cindy Muir. (More...


Encourage undergraduate students to apply

More than $4,000 in prizes will go to students demonstrating excellence in library research skills for projects, assignments and creative endeavors. (More...)


Nominate faculty and staff for awards

Nominations for Office of the Provost and President's Dinner awards will be accepted through Monday, Feb. 24. Staff and administrators are eligible for a number of awards. (More...)

Accolades is a monthly NDWorks feature of faculty and staff accomplishments and recognitions that occur outside the University. Here is February's list, which includes news that Ashley Stokes, server at Legends, was named the 2019 Indiana Restaurant Employee of the Year: Front of the House.

Submit Your Accolades


Complete an Ivy Tech degree or certificate for free

Full-time and part-time staff can earn an associate degree of applied science in business administration or a business administration technical certificate through Ivy Tech Community College free of charge. That's what Amy Walter did and it was a career changer. (More...)


Create a budget, get rid of debt and grow savings

Learn about the importance of managing debt, steps for maintaining financial health and planning for your future goals. Attend one of two classes next Wednesday, Feb. 26, or Thursday, Feb. 27. (More...)


This TEA doesn't stain, good for laundry! 

St. Michael’s Laundry recently installed a high-efficiency wastewater heat recovery and filtration system, known as Thermal Engineering of Arizona or TEA. The system has reducing carbon emissions, lowered energy and operating costs. (More...)
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