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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COP28: Experts weigh in on climate science 

During the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28), world leaders, climate scientists and experts gathered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to assess what has been achieved by international efforts to curb emissions and limit global warming. Discover the groundbreaking work of Notre Dame experts on COP28 as they bring real-world solutions to communities worldwide.
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Notre Dame Forum 

Future of Democracy: Steve Levitsky speaks at final Forum event of semester

Harvard University professor and New York Times bestselling author Steve Levitsky delivered a passionate lecture that was part U.S. and world history and part future-state prediction, as he described how democracy in the United States — as well as democracies around the world — risk sliding into minority rule.
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Campus (photo gallery)

Presidents Christmas Reception

Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., welcomed members of the Notre Dame community to the Presidents Christmas Reception on Friday, Dec. 8. University photographers Barbara Johnston and Matt Cashore were on hand to capture the festivities.
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Karen Kennedy appointed associate vice president for residential life

Karen Kennedy, senior adviser in the Office of the Executive Vice President, has been appointed associate vice president for residential life in the Division of Student Affairs, effective spring 2024.
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Notre Dame Magazine 

The gist: Institutional memory

Rev. Edward A. “Monk” Malloy, C.S.C., the University president emeritus, and Rev. Thomas E. Blantz, C.S.C., a professor emeritus of history, former administrator and former University archivist, came together to share experiences from more than 130 years of service on campus between them.
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Notre Dame ranks No. 2 in study abroad participation

Notre Dame is second in the nation for study abroad participation among doctorate-granting universities, according to the latest Institute of International Education Open Doors report.
Notre Dame’s participation rate of 77 percent for undergraduate students during 2021-22 recognizes the University’s commitment to global education.
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Campus (photo gallery)

November: The month in photos

As fall gives way to winter, look back at the many events and happenings on campus in November.


Give the gift of Calm

This holiday season, give up to five of your family and friends a premium Calm account.  The University’s agreement with the Calm app now includes the ability to include five of your family and friends. Follow these instructions to share the well-being resource with those you love.
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Self-help IT tips before and during Christmas break

Like most of the University, the Office of Information Technologies will be closed for the Christmas and New Year holidays beginning Friday, Dec. 22, through Tuesday, Jan. 2. Here are some valuable IT tips to help you prepare for the break, and what you can do in case you have an IT question or issue while you’re away.
Congratulations to those celebrating service anniversaries
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