Campus news for faculty and staff
Campus news for faculty and staff
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Campus news for faculty and staff
University of Notre Dame
Photo of speakers and attendees at the Staff Town Hall


Executive leaders resume in-person Staff Town Hall sessions to share updates, priorities  

Executive officers shared key updates during the Fall 2022 Staff Town Hall on Nov. 1 and 2 in Washington Hall and Carey Auditorium.
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Klau Institute for Civil and Human Rights staff honored with Presidential Team Irish Award

The Klau Institute was recognized for starting the “Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary” lecture series designed to provide intellectual and moral building blocks to begin the transformative work of anti-racism in students, on campus and in our broader communities.
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Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics professor honored with All-Faculty Award

Fang Liu's research helps ensure that data routinely collected by employers and service providers does not expose individuals’ identities or sensitive information to cyber criminals.
Photo of a teacher and students in Uganda

What Would You Fight For? (video) 

Fighting to grow the good in business

A photo of the Saint Bakhita pop-up shop in the campus bookstore.


A pop-up shop with a story to tell

The St. Bakhita Vocational Training Center Pop-Up Shop is offering a special collection of items for sale at the Hammes Bookstore through Jan. 1. Each one is handmade by a young woman at St. Bakhita (see "What Would You Fight For?" above). All of the proceeds from the sale go to supporting the training center in Uganda.
Photo of a woman holding clothes in the campus bookstore. Photo of clothes on racks and shelves in the campus bookstore.
A photo of buttons that say VOTE


The future of work: A conversation with Paul Blaschko

Paul Blaschko, an assistant teaching professor in the Department of Philosophy and director of the Sheedy Family Program in Economy, Enterprise, and Society, discusses our changing relationship with work — including achievement mentality, burnout and the effects of the pandemic.
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