Campus news for faculty and staff
Campus news for faculty and staff
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Campus news for faculty and staff
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University (video)

Merry Christmas from Notre Dame

View the Christmas greeting from Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., University president.
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Campus (photo gallery)

December: The month in photos 

Enjoy this season of light through the many celebrations of Mass on campus.
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Students get an early taste of Raclin Murphy Museum

Hundreds of students got a sneak peek of the new Raclin Murphy Museum of Art just before the opening weekend. Read about their first impressions and take in some of the beautiful art here.

What Would You Fight For?

Still fighting

In 2007, Notre Dame threw a bold pass to NBC Sports: Help us tell stories of our research and academic endeavors, and let us do it on national television during our football games. That idea became the What Would You Fight For? series, which now numbers more than 100 episodes. Watch this compilation, or any of the individual videos, here
ND in the News

Understudied cells offer insight into brain cancer

Futurity features Meenal Datta, assistant professor, aerospace and mechanical engineering, on glioblastoma and its resistance to cancer treatment.
My labs expertise is examining tumors from an engineering and systems-based approach and looking at the novel mechanical features in rare cancers that may have been understudied or overlooked. — Meenal Datta
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SNAP recipients struggle to meet dietary goals

A new study found that Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants in low-income households may not be able to meet the nutrition levels set by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA), especially if they live in food deserts. 
We found that people essentially make trade-offs based on the information they have to try to stretch their funds and maximize nutrition. — Ronald Metoyer, professor of computer science and engineering and vice president and associate provost for teaching and learning


United Way campaign raffle winners announced

The Office of Public Affairs thanks faculty and staff who participated in the 2023 United Way campaign. Winners of the United Way campaign raffle were picked in a random drawing.
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Campus (photo gallery)

For your eyes only: A sweet treat at the Morris Inn

Experience Notre Dame and Three Leaf Catering Executive Pastry Chef Sinai Vespie pulled out all the stops this year with her larger-than-life Golden Gingerbread House. See it in the Morris Inn lobby this holiday season.
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Updates to the Universitys time-off programs

Bereavement leave, parental leave and Short Term Income Replacement (STIR) will be updated effective Jan. 1. Find out more here.
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Now introducing: 574 Day with the Fighting Irish! 

Notre Dame Athletics invites the local community to cheer on the Fighting Irish men’s basketball team vs. Virginia on Dec. 30 in Purcell Pavilion. This game is dedicated to YOU, our neighbors and friends who make the 574 area code a special place to live! Fans in attendance will receive free 574 hats while supplies last. Discounted tickets are available for $15.74 here.
Next edition of NDWorks Weekly Jan 9
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