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Notre Dame International is now Notre Dame Global

Notre Dame International has adopted a new name: Notre Dame Global. The rebrand emphasizes the interconnectedness of Notre Dame’s 12 locations around the world and reflects Notre Dame Global’s vital role in advancing Notre Dame as a leading global Catholic research university, on par with but distinct from the world’s best private universities.
“The update aligns with the University’s strategic framework — which calls for increased global engagement — and underscores Notre Dame Global’s commitment to being the place where Notre Dame meets the world and the world meets Notre Dame.” — Michael Pippenger, vice president and associate provost for internationalization 
ND in the News

Contributions of Black baseball players featured on CBS 

The history of the Foundry Giants is a history of resilience and strength ... and its finally being shared through a collaborative partnership between Notre Dames Center for Social Concerns and other South Bend community partners. See the story from CBS Saturday Morning, featuring design professor Clinton Carlson and senior Kiaya Jones, an Africana studies and design major.
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Statewide exhibit to explore pivotal 1920s clash between Notre Dame students, Klan

One hundred years ago next month, hundreds of Notre Dame students marched into downtown South Bend to confront the Ku Klux Klan, leading to an exchange of words and fists and marking a pivotal moment in Indiana history. An upcoming exhibit about the rise and fall of the Ku Klux Klan in Indiana focuses on that moment.
IDEA Week 2024 April 20 - 26


ND Laws Arienne Calingo presents debut art exhibit at Harvard

Marketing Communications Specialist Arienne Calingo debuted her first art exhibit, “Phenomenal Women,” at Harvard’s Alumni of Color Conference. The exhibit included three line art portraits depicting three women of color from ND’s Law School: third-year J.D. students Batul Ather and Sarah Jeong, and J.S.D. candidate Perla Khattar. Calingo’s art supports and affirms the value of representation and DEI.


More than rice: Notre Dame’s newest food supplier sets the gold standard for sustainable agriculture

University Enterprises and Events has partnered with a California rice producer, Lundberg Family Farms, to help feed our campus while maintaining Notre Dame’s dedication to sustainable procurement sources.

Notre Dame Magazine 

Grand designs

Late architecture professor John Stamper documented the architecture of South Bend and its nearby campuses, resulting in a new book, City and Campus: An Architectural History of South Bend, Notre Dame, and Saint Mary’s, which examines the architecture and urban development of the region from the frontier days of the early 1800s through the 20th century.
New Youth Protection Policy


New Youth Protection Policy and registration portal launched

Youth visiting University facilities or participating in University programs and activities require particular attention in order to protect their safety and well-being. All youth programs must register with the Office of Institutional Equity through a streamlined portal, accessible via SSO.
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