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University of Notre Dame
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Celebrating the class of 2023

The class of 2023 is ready to take their place as the newest alumni of Our Ladys University.
Here’s a look at commencement — from the preparations made for this momentous occasion, to the stories of those participating in the ceremonies, to the sights and sounds of the ceremony itself.
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Father Jenkins receives honorary degree

Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., received an honorary doctor of laws degree Tuesday, May 9, from the University of Notre Dame Australia, a Catholic institution of higher learning modeled on and founded with the assistance of its American namesake.
An education in service to others


An education in service to others: Researching the potential of trauma-informed care

Nancy Michael, the Rev. John A. Zahm, C.S.C., Associate Teaching Professor and director of undergraduate studies in neuroscience and behavior, leads her students in working with area organizations such as the Robinson Community Learning Center to apply the principles of neuroscience in programs that can impact children and adults at different stages of development.
ND in the News

Expert comments on Peloton bike recall

Kaitlin Wowak, the Robert and Sara Lumpkins Associate Professor of Business Analytics in the Mendoza College of Business, comments in a CBS News story on Peloton and the recall of 2.2 million bikes. Read what she has to say about Peloton here


Foundry Field celebrates the past

A groundbreaking ceremony was held on Friday, May 12, for Foundry Field, a proposed public-access baseball field designed to celebrate the Foundry Giants and other underrepresented baseball teams from South Bend’s past. Learn more about this collaborative community project here
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A change is coming to digital storage

On Tuesday, May 23, Notre Dame will allocate storage to each Google account based on its current usage. After May 23, if individuals near their storage limit, they will receive an alert from Google and may request additional storage. Read more about digital storage solutions here.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion 

Calendar highlights diversity, promotes inclusion

The Rafat and Zoreen Ansari Institute for Global Engagement with Religion has created a free calendar to help the Notre Dame community stay informed about faith traditions and celebrations. Read more about the Global Religious Observances Calendar and how to connect it to your Google calendar here

In memoriam

Jay Caponigro, senior director of community engagement

Jay Caponigro, senior director of community engagement, died Thursday, May 11, after a year-long illness. He was 54.
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