This is a weekly newsletter for faculty and staff at Notre Dame.
This is a weekly newsletter for faculty and staff at Notre Dame.
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COVID-19 testing, policies enhanced as students return

Spring semester classes begin Wednesday, Feb. 3. With 9,000 students back on campus, the University has taken further steps to mitigate future COVID-19 cases, including increased surveillance testing and a new Campus Compact. (More...)   


A conversation with a Wellness Center doctor

NDWorks sat down with Dr. Ben Garman, medical director at the Wellness Center, to discuss the safety of COVID-19 vaccines. We asked questions like, do the vaccines protect against new variants of the virus? (More...)
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CDC paper describes Notre Dame's successful response to early surge in COVID-19 cases on campus

Notre Dame sets an example for other universities as outlined in a recent Centers for Disease Control report about the preparation for return to campus as well as the swift response to a surge in COVID-19 cases in the fall. (More...)
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RCLC receives state license for preschool

The Robinson Community Learning Center’s early childhood program is now a licensed preschool program in Indiana. Now RCLC can serve children of parents who qualify for the federal Child Care and Development Fund Voucher Program, helping low-income parents obtain child care for work, work-related training or school. (More...)


Bright Horizons is here to help care for family

When the unexpected need to care for children or an adult/elder comes up, look to your Bright Horizons Back-Up Care benefit. To learn more, register here for the Bright Horizons Family Solutions Virtual Benefit Fair, Feb. 3, 1:00 - 3:30 p.m. (More...
Box of food items.


Notre Dame joins with others to fight rising local hunger

A coalition of local public, private and nonprofit organizations meet weekly to share updates, logistics and planning to support food security in the South Bend region. Notre Dame contributes in a number of ways including helping to develop an inventory tracking system. (More..


Think quick! Time-Out for Tech spring classes now available

Want training on the fly? Update your technical skills in bite-sized chunks of time with 30-minute, narrowly focused sessions. From Zoom to Photoshop to protecting your password, these quick sessions will bring you up to speed in no time. (More...)
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New employee badge service available

The University has contracted with local vendors to produce a standardized employee name badge design. There are options for a gold or blue badge and room on it to include a name and single title on one line and the department on a second line, if desired. For more information, click here
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