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The heart of Notre Dame

For Mark Roche, founder of Notre Dame’s Crucifix Initiative, the image of the crucifix in sacred art represents the universalism and diversity of the Catholic experience. Selected works of art from the Crucifix Initiative will be on view in an exhibit starting Thursday, Aug. 10, at The History Museum in South Bend.


Robotic sea turtle mimics uniquely adaptable gait

Read how a Notre Dame professor, doctoral student, undergraduate student and Naughton Fellow collaborated to design and test a robotic sea turtle to help hatchlings safely navigate to the ocean.
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Experience Notre Dame gets new website

UEE invites you to browse the new Experience Notre Dame website, and experience Notre Dame like never before. Experience Notre Dame is here to give you and your campus guests an inside look at where to dine, stay, explore, shop, cheer, gather and more immersing yourself in the campus spirit. Visit
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Father Sorin’s House

Take a tour of the Presbytery, the historic, often overlooked campus building still in use today where the University founder lived — and died. Completed in about 1874, it is one of the oldest buildings still standing on campus, serving as a guest house for visiting friends and relatives of Congregation of Holy Cross members. 
Mc 7 Noah Sim demonstrates the sensor technology outside the Center for Civic Innovation as Ishani Basak looks on.


Partnership seeks to address leaky drinking water systems

With support from Notre Dames Center for Civic Innovation (part of the College of Engineering) and the city of South Bend, technology is being developed to detect water system leaks in real time, before they have a chance to expand, undermine critical infrastructure and disrupt service.


How social media marketing benefits movies

Shijie Lu, the Howard J. and Geraldine F. Korth Associate Professor of Marketing at Mendoza College of Business, has new research analyzing the effectiveness of social media promotion for new movies and consumer postings. 
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Expert weighs in on damage from Kakhovka Dam collapse in Ukraine  

Susanne Wengle, the Nancy R. Dreux Associate Professor of Political Science, spoke with Wired in The Kakhovka Dam Collapse Is an Ecological Disaster. Read what she had to say here

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