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Shibata, Murphy and Kocovski named assistant vice presidents


Three University leaders promoted to assistant vice president

Police Chief Keri Kei Shibata along with Denise Murphy and Mark Kocovski from the Office of Human Resources have been named assistant vice presidents.
Lilly Endowment makes $7.9 million grant

Faith and Community

Lilly Endowment makes $7.9 million grant to help grow US Hispanic Catholic pastoral leaders

The initiative will bring together 16 other Catholic institutions to form at least 100 of the next generation of Hispanic Catholic pastoral leaders in the United States.
Team Irish Award


ND Hydro project team honored with Presidential Team Irish Award

The team that led the ND Hydro project, a 2.5-megawatt hydroelectric facility along the St. Joseph River, was honored on the field during the Notre Dame vs. Stanford game Saturday.
Fighting to End Corruption

What Would You Fight For? (video)

Fighting to end corruption

A class taught by Tom Kellenberg, executive director of the Notre Dame Washington Program, inspired students to launch efforts that aided in the U.S. government's sanctions against billionaire Isabel dos Santos.


Irish Health fair open until noon today

The Irish Health fair is going on now in the Downes Club in Corbett Family Hall. If you are unable to attend in person, visit the Virtual Irish Health event link. You must make a benefits election by Nov. 4 to be enrolled in benefits during 2023.
Graphic for the Fall 2022 Staff Town Hall


New insights into Father Sorin and the early days of the University

The Sorin Translation Project began in 2019 when a Notre Dame archivist, who was sorting materials received from the Congregation of Holy Cross, discovered boxes containing hundreds of letters written in French, both to and from Father Sorin, that had not been translated or even transcribed.
United Way Campaign
Digitally Enhanced Hang Tags


Don't forget: Pick up your new hang tag for easy access

Old technology (proximity cards and clickers) will be discontinued soon. If you have not done so, pick up your new, digitally enhanced parking credential (pictured) at the Notre Dame Police Department. Click here for hours.


Columbus murals to be uncovered Oct. 24-28

For instructional purposes, the Columbus murals on the second floor of the Main Building will be uncovered from Monday, Oct. 24, through Friday, Oct. 28. Signage near the murals will indicate the coverings have been removed 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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