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Women Lead: Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi

Women Lead this year features seven ND women who have worked to create a world that incorporates sustainability through their research, scholarship and creative endeavors. Meet Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi, award-winning novelist and associate professor of English.
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Nominate colleagues for awards

The Office of the Provost is accepting nominations of faculty and staff whose extraordinary accomplishments strengthen the University’s academic community and deliver on the promise of an excellent Notre Dame education. Submit nominations by Tuesday, March 15.
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David Cortright talks about the effects of imposed sanctions on Russia

Fortune.com featured David Cortrightdirector of the Global Policy Initiative, in the segment "Global powers need to take a crucial step before sanctions will work." The video segment breaks down the definition of sanctions; their impact, effect and global application; and if they can work alone.

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Ivy Tech benefit information session

The Ivy Tech Learning at Work program is a fully funded benefit that offers an accelerated curriculum to enable regular full- and part-time staff to earn an associate’s degree in two years. The next Ivy Tech benefit information virtual session is March 23.
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Cafe J in Morris Inn offers Peet's Coffee and intrigue

There's a new coffee shop on campus serving Peet’s Coffee drinks, nitro and cold brews and handcrafted pastries. The "J" stands for java, joy and a member of the Morris Inn family.

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Graphic that says click to sign up to take part in the Lenten Prayer Series for Staff Led by Rev. Jim Bracke, C.S.C., staff chaplain Wednesdays, March 9 through April 13 Just 15 minutes each 12:15 p.m. via Zoom Sponsored by Campus Ministry
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Lesson 6: Tools for eating more plants

Commercial animal agriculture is cited as a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. That’s why some people adopt a vegetarian or vegan diet. If you want to consume less meat, here are some ideas from Caitlin Jacobs with the Office of Sustainability. 
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