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What to Believe in Uncertain Times

As we get closer to the 2020 election — and the first presidential debate held at Notre Dame — competing information and even misinformation is everywhere. "What to Believe in Uncertain Times?" is the second Big Questions micro-course sponsored by the Alumni Association. It's intended to help you examine and respectfully articulate your beliefs. (More...)

University News

Commencement speaker announced

Patriarch Bartholomew, Orthodox Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch, will deliver the principal address and receive an honorary degree at commencement. (More...)


Rev. Robert Dowd, CSC, joins ND International

The associate professor of political science, recently assumed the position of assistant provost for internationalization with NDI. His primary responsibilities include leadership of the Dublin Global Gateway, Kylemore Abbey Global Centre and the São Paulo Global Center and future engagement with Africa. (More...)

Campus News

FIM and ND Studios hold student worker showcase

Fighting Irish Media and Notre Dame Studios held the first ever student worker showcase at the Martin Media Center. The four-hour event highlighted new job opportunities for students, and allowed them to explore the many possibilities by learning from staff. (More...)

Campus News

Funding for faculty

The Reilly Center is soliciting applications for $1,500 grants to fund academic lectures and other events on campus during the 2020-21 academic year that address the intersection of science, technology and society, broadly defined. (More...)

Campus News

George Strait presale event for fac/staff is next week

“The King of Country,” George Strait, will perform Saturday, Aug. 15 at Notre Dame Stadium with special guests Chris Stapleton and Brothers Osborne. Faculty and staff are invited to take part in a presale event before the general public is able to purchase tickets. The presale begins at 10.a.m. Wednesday, March 4, and concludes at 10 p.m. Thursday, March 5. (More...)


Spring ahead in March with OIT training classes

Sharpen your skills with popular computer applications and tools. From creating posters and images to modifying photos and images, learn how Adobe Creative Cloud apps, like InDesign and Photoshop, can help you in your job. And that's just the start of what's available. (More...)

Community (photo gallery)

Fighting Irish Fighting Hunger hosts mobile food pantry

Fighting Irish Fighting Hunger, the University's annual food drive, hosted a mobile food pantry at Evangel Heights United Methodist Church in South Bend this month in collaboration with the Food Bank of Northern Indiana. The event was powered by Office of Information Technologies volunteers. (See NDWorks photo gallery.


Get to know Notre Dame’s newest Rhodes Scholar  

Prathm Juneja is the 20th Rhodes Scholar in the University's history. He has every reason to be proud, yet the way Juneja talks about himself is self-effacing and humble, whether he’s recounting the moment he found out he was a Rhodes Scholar, the research behind his senior thesis on voter registration, or the lesson he learned from his parents. (More...)


DPAC's latest sustainable move: reusable cups

DeBartolo Performing Arts Center (DPAC) celebrated its 15th year of world-class programming with a sustainable twist when reusable cups wer added to the concession offerings. (More...)


Office of Sustainability announces seminar series

The “Think Global, Act Local” series will feature three talks. Each will take place in Jenkins and Nanovic Halls at noon on three Fridays: Feb. 28, March 20 and April 17. The seminars are free and open to students, faculty, staff and the public. Light refreshments will be provided. All are encouraged to bring a lunch and a reusable beverage container. (More...)
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