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Civil rights leader Diane Nash to deliver keynote 

Diane Nash will be the keynote speaker for the annual Martin Luther King Celebration Luncheon on Monday, Jan. 20 at the Joyce Center. “Diane Nash is a passionate champion of civil and human rights whose courageous leadership helped end the stronghold of segregation in the South,” said President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. (More...)

University News

Donations buck trends, provide student support

Charitable giving to the University as measured by both the number of donors and the impact of small- and medium-sized donations is dramatically different when compared to a precipitous decline nationally. (More...)


Can ethics be taught? 

New research suggests yes, offering the first large-sample study on how rules and ethics training affects behavior and employment decisions in the financial sector. The study is forthcoming in the Journal of Financial Economics from Zachary Kowaleski, assistant professor of accountancy in the Mendoza College of Business. (More...)


Art historian awarded Andy Warhol fellowship

Nicole Woods, assistant professor of art history, has been named a 2019 recipient of an Arts Writers Grant, one of the highest honors an art historian or critic can receive. Woods is one of 19 recipients from a candidate pool of more than 800. The program is funded by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and administered by Creative Capital. (More...)

Human Resources

Short-term income replacement (STIR) is available for staff

This benefit provides 100 percent of a staff member’s regular pay in the event of the employee's extended absence from work due to personal illness or injury. Learn more about STIR for exempt and non-exempt staff online.

Faith (video)

Celebrate Advent with a digital pilgrimage

In this Alumni Association series, faculty and staff are among those who share campus locations they find sacred and meaningful — from the Basilica and benches, to stadiums and statues. Visit sacredplaces.nd.edu to catch up. Below, you'll find today's video installment. 

Video (and recipe!) 

Making cookies builds community

When Rev. Joe Carey, C.S.C., moved to Ryan Hall as the priest-in-residence, the move came with a kitchen. Eager to find ways to engage with the community, he decided to learn how to bake. Now, residents of Ryan Hall gather in FJ's (Father Joe's) kitchen to bake, sample cookies and enjoy time together. (More...)

Christmas Season Event

A physicist's look at the Christmas Star

At 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13 and 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15, physicist Grant Mathews will share the astrophysical details about the historic Christmas Star . Was it a comet, a nova, a supernova, or a planet alignment? Tickets are free and are recommended but not required. (More...)

Information Technologies

Safe online shopping tips

Online holiday shopping is easy, but think twice before giving your credit card number to yet another retailer. Protect yourself with these tips from the Office of Information Technologies. (More...)

Holiday Shopping

Professionally shot campus photos 20 percent off

The University of Notre Dame is among the world's most beautiful campuses, especially when seen through the eyes of University photographers Matt Cashore and Barbara Johnston. Go to photos.nd.edu and use the promo code ND20%

Holiday Shopping

Look for 30 percent off coupon tomorrow in your email

The Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore will email a 30 percent off coupon to faculty, staff and students on Wednesday, Dec. 11. The coupon will be valid December 16-20. 
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