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Campus news for faculty and staff
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Notre Dame confers honorary degrees at academic convocation in Rome

At an academic convocation on Monday, Jan. 29, at the Rome Global Gateway, Notre Dame conferred honorary degrees on three distinguished leaders: Barbara Jatta, director of the Vatican Museums; Bishop Brian Farrell, L.C., secretary of the Dicastery for Promoting Christian Unity; and Roberto Benigni, an internationally acclaimed actor, director and poet.
Walk the Walk Week What's your next step?

Whats Your Next Step?

Finding the courage to use my voice to be able to speak up for those who cant. 

Nancy Michael, associate teaching professor of neuroscience and behavior

Whats Your Next Step?

Encourage other students to join 1stG ND.

Halen Carbonel ’24

Whats Your Next Step?

At Diversity Council, I will work to be more open to listening to others ideas and thoughts.

Daniella Martinez Yanez 26
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Walk the Walk Week  

2024 Walk the Walk Week in photos

Take a look back at the events commemorating the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Notre Dame Stories 

Kate the Chemist: A passion for science education

With (literally) explosive and entertaining experiments, Kate the Chemist has become a well-known name in both science and pop culture. She was invited to present the 2023 College of Sciences annual Christmas Lecture. In the first video episode of the Notre Dame Stories Podcast, host Jenna Liberto talks with Kate Biberdorf about her passion for teaching audiences of all ages.
Painting with Light

Notre Dame Stories 

Painting with light

Stephen Hartley, an associate professor in the School of Architecture, has created a new class to explore the history, significance and making of stained glass. Read how the class also worked with St. Adalbert Catholic Church on South Bends westside to assess and document the condition of its stained-glass windows.
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Campus Community 

OPAC packs meals at Cultivate Food Rescue

Members of NDWorks and their colleagues in the Office of Public Affairs and Communications helped pack 1,125 meals for children. Senior photographer Matt Cashore captured the event. Read what we learned from the experience about Cultivate and Notre Dames impact in our community.
ND in the News

ND expert says unplugging from work is a good thing

Casher Belinda, an assistant professor in management and organization in Mendoza College of Business, joins two other authors in the Wall Street Journal article Our bosses tell us to unplug from work. We dont believe they mean it. He and his co-authors give some tips to deal with the “always on” culture.
Ragan Video, Visual and Virtual Awards Winner


Notre Dame International wins Ragan Communications award for innovative museum exhibit

Notre Dames The Fabric of a Global University exhibit at The History Museum in South Bend has been honored with the Ragan 2023 Video, Visual and Virtual Award in the print design category. Read about the award and collaborative creation among Notre Dame International, The History Museum and Notre Dame Creative. 
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Identity Theft Awareness Week


Protect your identity

This week marks the Federal Trade Commission’s Identity Theft Awareness Week. Follow these tips to protect against identity theft.
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Columbus Murals to be uncovered

The Columbus Murals on the second floor of the Main Building will be uncovered from Monday, Jan. 29, through noon Friday, Feb. 2, to allow instructors and their students to engage with and discuss the murals. More information about the Columbus Murals, their history and their use by instructors can be found here.
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