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Celebrating the class of 2023

Notre Dame celebrated its 178th University Commencement Ceremony on Sunday, May 21, at Notre Dame Stadium. An audience of 24,800 graduates, family members, friends and faculty attended. Click on the photos for more on Commencement 2023.  
Singer Amy Grant performs at the end of the 2023 Commencement ceremony. Grant was awarded an honorary degree during the ceremony.  A student takes a photo at commencement. A decorated graduation cap at the 2023 Commencement ceremony sums it all up.
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Incoming vice president for research driven by curiosity, student success

Jeff Rhoads, a leading mechanical engineering researcher, will begin his appointment as vice president for research on July 1. Internal Communications Director Jenna Liberto caught up with Rhoads and his family on a recent visit to campus. 
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Nominate a team for Presidential Team Irish Awards

Theres still time to submit a nomination for the Presidential Team Irish Award, which recognizes staff teams that exemplify the University’s core values. Selected units are recognized during home football games. If you know of one that deserves recognition, submit a nomination by Wednesday, May 31.
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Forgetfulness, even fatal cases, can happen to anyone, study shows

Before laws were established in the 1990s requiring car seats to be placed rear-facing in the back seat, forgetting babies in cars was uncommon. Nathan Rose, the William P. and Hazel B. White Assistant Professor of Brain, Behavior and Cognition in the Department of Psychology, set up an experiment to better understand prospective memory, or the ability to remember critical but routine behaviors. 
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Office of Human Resources announces enhanced emotional well-being, education benefits

Starting Saturday, July 1, University faculty and staff will have access to enhanced emotional well-being resources as well as expanded education benefits. Read more about the new benefits here
Summus Master classes begin June 6
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ND experts discuss the impacts of AI

Notre Dame experts reflect on the opportunities, concerns and impacts of AI on different fields — including entertainment and media, the arts, politics, the labor market, education and business. 


Countless Journeys:

Notre Dame in London

This special episode looks at the Universitys presence in London. Listen in as Andy Fuller, director of strategic content, talks with students, following them to different locations including the home of a major Premier League football club, the Houses of Parliament and the London art scene. 

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Taste of Technology is back

The Taste of Technology mini-conference touches down again this summer from June 6 through June 29. Star Tech sessions cover a wide range of technology including AI, website development options, home network security, Google storage and apps and more
Memorial Day 2023 -No NDWorks Weekly next week.
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