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The first home game of the season is Saturday! 

New Faces in High Places

Shannon Cullinan

The new executive vice president oversees Notre Dame's $13 billion endowment and eight divisions. A “servant leader,” Cullinan has held a variety of leadership roles here. “I admire leaders who are authentic, mission-centered, give credit away, hire and develop great talent, schedule time to think, and treat everyone with dignity.” (More…)


University welcomes incoming international students by traveling to them, meeting their families 

Before Move-in Week, the University extended a very special welcome experience to 50 incoming students. A contingent of Notre Dame representatives traveled to China with a series of pre-departure orientation sessions and international Hesburgh Lectures. It's called Encounter ND. (More...)


Could spatial repellents reduce malaria infections?

Instead of repellents applied to the skin, spatial repellents are released into the air to protect against bites. A clinical trial in Indonesia evaluated whether spatial repellents could reduce malaria infections, and the data are promising. (More...)


Unexpected Guides 

What does your social circle say about your health? Host Andy Fuller interviews Nitesh Chawla, the Frank M. Freimann Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, about his research. You'll also hear from associate librarian Jennifer Parker, who heads the Architecture Library, and assistant professor Selena Anders from the School of Architecture on what centuries-old travel guides tell us about Rome. It's the second season for Notre Dame Stories, produced by Strategic Content. Expect new episodes every three weeks. (More...)


Women's residence hall to be named Johnson Family Hall 

The residence hall under construction near Dunne and Grace halls will be named Johnson Family Hall in honor of Todd, Susan, Matthew and Hilary Johnson. (More...)

Campus News

Library site now boasts 'favorites' and 'checkout history'

Hesburgh Libraries recently launched new website features to meet the evolving needs of campus users. Users can manage favorite databases and opt in to save checkout history. (More...)


If you're going to the game

As part of the University’s commitment to safety and security, walk-through metal detectors will be used at all gates of Notre Dame Stadium for the 2019 football season, beginning this Saturday, Sept. 14, with the first home game. (More...)


Let's be clear about this policy

As an additional safety precaution, Notre Dame has a clear bag policy for reserve-ticketed events at the stadium and other venues. The only bags allowed at the game are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags that do not exceed 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches in size. Clear bags may have a logo on one side as long as the logo does not exceed 4.5 inches by 3.4 inches. (More...)


Earn extra money during football season 

Campus Dining is looking for temporary servers and bartenders, with special incentive pay offered through the football season. Training will be provided. See the job posting and/or email temp@nd.edu for information. 


Kyle Sturges invested in his health and won $400

The senior assistant director of international admissions recently scheduled his health screening and was automatically entered into the weekly Human Resources raffle, which he won. Register for your confidential and free screening. Maybe you'll be the next winner! (More...)

Professional Development

OIT offers new spreadsheet training classes 

The Office of Information Technologies (OIT) has  two new, and free, spreadsheet classes that cover Excel 2019 and Google Sheets. The classes will be offered twice this fall, and become part of the standard class schedule in the future. (More...)
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