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Christine Caron Gebhardt appointed to assistant VP

Christine Caron Gebhardt, director of the Gender Relations Center, has been appointed assistant vice president for student services in the Division of Student Affairs. She will oversee the student service departments that support student health and well-being at Notre Dame. (More...) 


Panelists discuss Brexit

After three years of wrangling, it’s no longer clear if Brexit will happen at all. That was the consensus of a group of London-based journalists, experts and members of the Notre Dame London Law Program, who convened last week. (More...)

Faith (podcast)

Everyday Holiness: Marriage

Beth Grisoli, director of multimedia services, and Ron Grisoli, assistant director of the Duncan Student Center, are interviewed about the joys and crosses of their marriage and family life, including loss and distance from family, raising a child with special needs, the upheaval of Hurricane Katrina, and the grace and love that has sustained them along the way. (More...)

Scene@ND (video)

Living water: Grotto water fountain restored 

Originally installed in 1943, the water fountain at the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes at Notre Dame received an upgrade in Summer 2019 when the University also replaced the pavers and stair rail around the sacred space. (More...) 

Campus News

Office of Sustainability collects food waste during Football Fridays at the Eck

If you stop by, you will find student interns and staff members from the Office of Sustainability educating guests about why it’s important to think differently about their food choices, and how our food waste recycling system works. (More...)


Debbie Sumption invested

in her health and won $400

The faculty administrative assistant from the dean's office in the Law School recently scheduled her free health screening and was automatically entered into the weekly Human Resources raffle, which she won. The free screenings have ended, but we will have one more winner to announce next week.


Mammograms on campus Nov. 21

This preventive offering is available annually at no cost to female Notre Dame faculty and staff enrolled in a University medical plan (Anthem), beginning at age 40 (women age 35-39 may receive one baseline exam at no cost). (More...)

Professional Development

Fall/winter OIT classes 

Whether you’re trying to learn apps needed for your job, looking for a better solution for a process, or just want to increase your skill set, OIT training classes have something for you. (More...) 


OIT receives national award

On behalf of the Office of Information Technologies, cloud architect James Smith received an E&I Cooperative Services Cloud Leadership Award for innovative cloud-based solutions at the Educause Annual Conference. Smith is pictured in the center with two of the judges. (More...

Community News

Snow got you in the holiday spirit? 

If you're itching to do some holiday shopping, here's a list of local charities looking for help. For example, the REAL Services "Elves for Elders" program needs elves. "Adopt" a senior by Nov. 27 and purchase $50 worth of gifts for the individual. There are REAL Services clients in Elkhart, Kosciusko, LaPorte, Marshall and St. Joseph counties. (More...)

What ‘One Thing’ inspires you?

Is there "One Thing" in your workspace that makes you smile? For Michele Talos, it's an everyday office tool with a twist — her “corkscrew” stapler. Working as an office coordinator for the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, she’s a wine enthusiast in her free time. (More...)
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