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Former dean John McGreevy elected provost

John T. McGreevy, a distinguished historian and former dean of the College of Arts and Letters at Notre Dame, has been elected the Charles and Jill Fischer Provost of the University.The appointment is effective July 1.
"The Notre Dame community is fortunate to have in John a provost who is ideally suited for a position that is so central to our progress as the world's leading Catholic university and among our nation's most respected teaching and research institutions." — John J. Brennan, chairman, Board of Trustees
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Commencement (podcast)

A conversation with Ukrainian Archbishop Borys Gudziak

Ukrainian Metropolitan-Archbishop Borys Gudziak will receive an honorary degree and speak at Commencement on May 15. Listen to his comments on how faith and strength of character have given the Ukrainian people the moral victory during the Russian invasion.


Nanovic Forum: A conversation with journalist Anne Applebaum

The Nanovic Institute for European Studies in the Keough School of Global Affairs will host Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, journalist and commentator on geopolitics Anne Applebaum at the Nanovic Forum: ‟A Conversation with Anne Applebaum: The War in Ukraine, Russia, and the Twilight of Democracy” at 5:30 p.m. Friday, April 22. 
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Ernesto Verdeja looks at genocide charge against Russia

Ernesto Verdeja, associate professor of political science, spoke with Al Jazeera about how genocide is treated as "the worst of all crimes." In "Ukraine: As Russia faces 'genocide' charge, experts urge caution," Verdeja weighs in with other experts on what constitutes genocide.
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Campus Community (photo gallery)

Landscape crew members volunteer for Mulch Madness

Landscape Services crew members Adam Carlisle, turf landscape crew supervisor, and John Zimmerman, groundskeeper, volunteered their time this year to ensure the success of Mulch Madness.The two moved 10 truckloads of mulch to neighborhoods to be spread around homes in neighborhoods that have high levels of lead in the soil.
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