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
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Notre Dame Forum

US senators call for engagement and bipartisanship to overcome polarization

President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., convened a fireside chat on Friday, Oct. 27, with U.S. Sens. Chris Coons and Todd Young on the importance of civic engagement and bipartisanship to overcome polarization and gridlock.
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What Would You Fight For? (video)

Fighting to combat the opioid crisis

Fanny Ye, associate professor of computer science and engineering, advances artificial intelligence to dismantle the complex networks that create and traffic deadly opioids.
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Notre Dame to lead Midwest wireless technology consortium planning, partner on life sciences hub

The U.S. Department of Commerce and its Economic Development Administration (EDA) awarded Notre Dame a Strategy Development Grant to lead the Midwest Wireless Innovation Strategy Development Consortium, part of the newly launched Tech Hub Programs announced by the EDA. Notre Dame is also a partner in Heartland BioWorks, a consortium of Indiana biomanufacturing stakeholders that the EDA designated as a 2023 Regional Technology and Innovation Hub.
These announcements are another positive indication of research at the University of Notre Dame having an enduring impact in our community and nation. Jeffrey F. Rhoads, vice president for research and professor in the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
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Notre Dame Stories 

Accessibility Awareness

Architecture students participated in late September in an annual event called Accessibility Awareness Day, where budding architects in their fourth year divide into groups for the morning and try to navigate campus using a wheelchair, crutches or blindfolds. John Mellor, an associate professor in the School of Architecture, has organized the day-long program since 2015.


Acclaimed teaching scholar joins Notre Dame Learning’s Kaneb Center

James M. Lang, the author of several popular books on teaching, including “Distracted: Why Students Can’t Focus and What You Can Do About It” and “Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning,” has joined the Notre Dame faculty through September of next year. As a visiting professor of the practice, Lang will spend approximately one week per month on campus and one week per month working remotely with faculty.
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For United Way, teamwork makes the dream work for
St. Joseph County

The saying goes “many hands make light work” and that’s the idea behind United Way’s Day of Caring, a service day at nonprofits throughout St. Joseph County. Teamwork also explains how United Way operates — helping people stuck in the cycle of poverty by teaming up with key nonprofits. Your donation makes you a member of the team.
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Notre Dame Summer REU team receives Presidential Team Irish Award

The Notre Dame Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) team organizes immersive research programs each summer for more than 300 undergraduate students from around the world. The REU team also provides professional development and social events for students to facilitate new friendships and enhance their overall experience.
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