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Campus Dining employee restocks shelf.


Campus Dining announces retail dining master plan

The Campus Dining team has announced a retail dining master plan that features several changes over the next three years. The enhanced offerings include the fall debut of the Asian-inspired Noodle Nook in LaFortune and the spring opening of Chick-fil-A in the Duncan Student Center. The master plan is a result of student, faculty, staff and community focus groups and interviews. (More...
(Front) Annie Coleman, Sarah Nerenberg, Krupali Krusche; (Back) Alex Dowling, Roy Scranton (Photo by Barbara Johnston/University of Notre Dame)

Academy (photo gallery)

Faculty mobilize to meet pope's call to care for our Earth

An interdisciplinary group of 20 faculty gathered at Fernwood Botanical Garden for three days of action-planning oriented around Pope Francis’ encyclical on climate change. The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study’s Zahm Retreat anticipates the upcoming Notre Dame Forum and its theme, “Care for Our Common Home: Just Transition to a Sustainable Future.”
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ND in the News

WSJ interviews professor for article on suicide attack in Hong Kong

On July 1, a man stabbed a Hong Kong police officer before killing himself. Some who oppose China's sovereignty over Hong Kong consider him a martyr, but authorities call him a domestic terrorist and warned against glorifying an act of violence. Victoria Hui, associate professor of political science, said the official rhetoric linking mourning to terrorism shows Hong Kong is inching toward a level of repression seen in other border regions like Tibet. (Read article.)
Photo of Felipe Gomez, program manager at the Santiago Global Center, is pictured in front of the Main Building's golden dome.


A sign things are returning to normal for Notre Dame

This month, Notre Dame International welcomed Felipe Gomez to campus. The program manager at the Santiago Global Center is the first international staff member to visit campus from a global gateway or center since the pandemic was declared in March 2020. (More...)
ND Alert Test Thursday


Parking lot and sidewalk closures

Parking Services reports the Compton parking lot will be closed from 4 p.m. today through tomorrow, Wednesday, July 21. Meanwhile, the sidewalk between the Eck and Baseball lots will be closed for four weeks. (More...)
Big Data


Big data is a big deal! Learn about the MSBA program

Did you know the Mendoza College of Business offers a one-year, part-time Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program designed for working professionals? Full-time Notre Dame employees can use their educational benefit toward tuition. An online information session will be held next week. (More...)
Knowledge Hub, accessible through the new HR website, overview


Get the most out of HR’s new Knowledge Hub

The Knowledge Hub on the new Human Resources website contains HR policies, forms and helpful guides for both employees and managers. While the HR website features a broad overview of benefits, including well-being and learning offerings, the Knowledge Hub provides a deeper dive. Take a quick tour.
Virtual tutoring through your back-up care benefit
Food Drive on Wednesday, July 28, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Stepan Center
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