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War & Peace

Aftermaths I: The Invasion of Iraq in Historical Perspective

A panel of experts, including journalists, a historian and a medical anthropologist, discuss the U.S. invasion of Iraq 20 years later.
6:00 p.m., Thursday, March 30
Eck Visitors Center Auditorium
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Aftermaths II: The Invasion of Iraq in the Present

Join four writers and artists from Iraq and Iran as they explore how the legacy of the Iraq invasion impacts present realities 20 years later.
Noon, Friday, March 31
Eck Visitors Center Auditorium

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University updates shared with staff at Spring Town Hall

Hundreds of staff members gathered to hear University updates at the Spring Staff Town Hall in the Dahnke Ballroom and Carey Auditorium on March 20 and 21. Read the recap here or watch the full presentation.
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Office of Human Resources 

Count Me In campaign encourages employees to

self-identify disability

Roughly a quarter of employees who could voluntarily self-identify a disability actually do so. This information is critical to understanding how to better provide all employees with the tools and resources they need to succeed. Click to learn if you qualify.


University recognizes custodial team during National Cleaning Week

Employees from Building Services share what they love about their jobs and what makes them feel appreciated.


General Services rolls out new, more efficient request process

The new request system will be available starting Monday, April 3. “We believe our new request system will dramatically improve communication,” General Services Manager Zandy Eckrich says. Learn more now.
ND in the News

In case you missed it...

"We call on universities to reaffirm that student-athletes are students first and to ensure that their athletic programs serve the schools’ broader educational mission, not the other way around,"
Father Jenkins and Jack Swarbrick write in a guest essay in The New York Times, which was also the subject of an NBC piece on college athletics.


Fencing makes history with 13th national title

Notre Dame fencing made history at the NCAA Fencing National Championship on Sunday. With this win, the program takes a school-record 13th title and becomes the first team on campus to three-peat.


Overloaded with digital clutter? Here's how to reduce it 

Unnecessary emails, files, apps, and redundant photos and videos pile up and make it tough to find what you’re looking for. Join the charge to help increase energy efficiency by reducing digital clutter.
Summus Master Classes begin April 4
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