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Campus news for faculty and staff
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Notre Dame as a leading research university:

A conversation with Jeff Rhoads

In this episode of Notre Dame Stories, host Jenna Liberto talks to Vice President for Research Jeff Rhoads, who shares his plans for expanding the Universitys impact globally.
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Spring Town Hall features updates, student life panel

University leaders presented to packed houses at the 45-minute Spring Staff Town Hall sessions held Tuesday, March 19, and Wednesday, March 20, with more than 1,700 staff members in attendance over the two days. Read more and watch a video of the event here.
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Meet Órla, Notre Dame’s first therapy and outreach dog

Órla, the comfort K-9, is the Notre Dame Police Departments first therapy dog. She’s been around campus since October, working with Paul Foley, NDPD outreach and engagement/social media manager. She has attended football games, mingling with fans, and is learning the ropes. And she is already making an impact.
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Notre Dame sends cancer research aboard the International Space Station

NASA’s 30th SpaceX commercial resupply services mission will transport an experimental study from researchers in Notre Dame’s Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. Assistant Professor Meenal Datta, an affiliate of Notre Dame’s Harper Cancer Research Institute, is leading the study.
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Nearly half of the tap water in the US is contaminated with ‘forever chemicals’ 

Graham Peaslee, a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and concurrent professor of chemistry and biochemistry, spoke with CNN about the cleanup of PFAS (per- and polyfluorinated alkyl substances, or forever chemicals) in water systems.
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Notre Dame Magazine 

And counting

After more than 50 years at Notre Dame, 83-year-old accounting professor Ken Milani has no plans to retire. Milani, a diehard Chicago Cubs fan and a co-contributor to a weekly South Bend Tribune Tax Talk column, believes that community is everything, and over the decades he has used his knowledge to give back.
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