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What's your next step?

Continuing the conversation... 

"What's your next step?"  

We're highlighting faculty, staff and students sharing their next steps in making Notre Dame even more welcoming and inclusive. Click the video button below to hear more from Rev. Gerry Olinger, C.S.C., vice president for student affairs.
Forum Film Series

Notre Dame Forum 

Spring Forum film series continues with "All Quiet on the Western Front" 

The four-film series continues with the second film, "All Quiet on the Western Front (2022)," on Wednesday, Feb. 8.  Each film invites us to reflect on the many and varied experiences of war and its lasting impacts. A short panel discussion featuring University faculty will follow each film.

Listen In ...

New from NDWorks

Check out the new NDWorks Podcast — made just for Notre Dame employees by the Office of Internal Communications. In our first episode, we talk with Vice President for Human Resources Heather Christophersen about well-being tools (and rewards) now at your fingertips.


The neuroscience of behavioral change: Why intention, attention and persistence matter

Nancy Michael, the Rev. John A. Zahm, C.S.C., associate teaching professor and director of undergraduate studies in neuroscience and behavior at the College of Science, discusses "a secret weapon in all humans specifically designed to embrace change." 
A new home


Multi-year investment will bring more affordable housing close to campus

Notre Dame and Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County will build as many as seven new homes over the next five years thanks to the University's donation of four lots and $250,000. Watch for upcoming information sessions to learn how you can get involved.
Robinson Community Learning Center


You're invited to a party at the RCLC

You've seen the beautiful Robinson Community Learning Center in Eddy Street Commons, but have you been inside? Here's your chance to visit and learn about RCLC's community engagement programs.
Spring learning programs


New learning and career development opportunities available this spring

The Office of Human Resources has a wide range of spring learning program offerings to help you develop new skills and competencies, problem-solve, grow your network and build your career.
The Golden Dome


Researchers in chemistry, engineering, physics and biological sciences honored by AAAS

Five faculty members have been elected by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) as lifetime fellows. Read about the fellows and their achievements here.
ND in the News

Firefighters union says, "It stops now."

Following testing by Graham Peaslee, professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and concurrent professor of chemistry and biochemistry, The Hill reports that the International Association of Fire Fighters is mounting a legal push against "forever chemicals" saying swift regulatory action is needed to address the toxic substances.

Risk Management and Safety Word to the Wise


Enter to win prizes by playing February's Word to the Wise from Risk Management and Safety

Click the picture above to guess this month's five-letter word. Here's the clue: Take care of your heart. Eat smart. Move more. Be well by getting good sleep, managing stress and keeping your mind and body fit.
Foreign Language Week


Foreign Language Week returns with more than 90 events celebrating cultures from around the globe

An upcoming Culture Fair, and all Foreign Language Week events, are open to all students, faculty and staff. Explore the events here.
In Memory
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