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Provost completes trip to China over fall break

Rev. Theodore “Ted” Hesburgh, C.S.C., then president of Notre Dame, visited China 40 years ago to build bridges with leaders in higher education to form better relations between East and West. On Oct. 21, during a visit with the Notre Dame Club of Shanghai, Provost Thomas Burish spoke about progress made since then. His trip included stops in Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong. (More...)

Office of the Provost

'Research Uncorked' brings casual vibe to scholarship

It’s no secret that Notre Dame is home to truly outstanding researchers and scholars. Each month, one of them takes part in a new speaker series held off campus. Specifically, Ironhand Vineyard’s wine bar in South Bend. The Office of the Provost launched the series to give members of both the Notre Dame and local communities the opportunity to interact with and learn from University experts. (More...)

Campus News

Making TheWeek@ND more 'digestible'

In direct response to feedback from faculty, staff and students, over the past year, Internal Communications has enhanced NDWorks and TheWeek@ND. One more improvement is coming on Monday, Nov. 4. Introducing: TheWeek@ND Digest.

Open enrollment ends Friday. Act now.

All eligible faculty/staff must go online and select benefits by this Friday, Nov. 1. Your current benefit elections will not roll forward. You will lose your Notre Dame benefits in 2020 if you don't enroll. Click to learn more about your benefits. To enroll, visit mybenefits.nd.edu.


Changes in treatment options for work injuries

Risk Management and Safety has issued a notice regarding after-hours medical care for employees injured at work. As of Sunday, Oct. 27, Medpoint24 no longer treats patients 24 hours a day. (More...)

Campus News

Executive vice president presents Procurement Partner Sustainability Award at 2019 Supplier Expo 

Executive Vice President Shannon Cullinan presented Kimberly-Clark representatives with the inaugural Procurement Partner Sustainability Award at the annual Supplier Expo on Monday, Oct. 21. The award is designed to honor vendors who have made sustainability an integral part of their business practices and have partnered with Notre Dame to advance sustainability on campus. (More…)

In case you missed it...

Recognized at Staff Town Hall

Maintenance Technician Doug Bacon has created safe, orderly environments at Mason Services. His work spaces are an example to other areas across the University of how to have organized, safer spaces. Did you miss the Town Hall? Click here, log in and watch it.

Campus News

Do you have a FLI T-shirt? Wear it Nov. 4 for FLI Week! 

The Office of Student Enrichment will be celebrating its first-generation and/or low-income students during its first-ever FLI Week. The FLI Week programming is open to all faculty, staff and students. The office would like to thank all of the faculty and staff who signed up for a "I am First Gen" T-shirt as well. If you are one of those individuals who signed up, please pick up your shirt in our office, 204 Flanner Hall, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. between Tuesday, Oct. 29, and Friday, Nov. 1. Don't forget to wear them proudly on Monday, Nov. 4, as we kick off our week of celebrations. Take photos and send them to ndworks@nd.edu. 

Campus News

2019 Freeman Scholarship winners share education plans

Ria Kapluck and Linh Tran are the winners of the Fred E. Freeman Staff Scholarship. The scholarship supports the educational pursuits of regular, full-time, non-exempt staff with a minimum of one year of full-time service with the University. Kapluck and Tran look to finish what they started. (More...)


Julie Unger invested in her health and won $400

Julie works in accounts payable as a senior coordinator. She scheduled her health screening and was automatically entered into the weekly Human Resources raffle, which she won! Register for your confidential and free screening. (More...)

By the Numbers

2019 Fighting Irish Fighting Hunger statistics 

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