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University of Notre Dame
Fall 2022 Staff Town Hall


In-person Fall Staff Town Hall sessions begin today 

Executive Vice President Shannon Cullinan will be joined by University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., Provost John McGreevy and Vice President for Human Resources Heather Christophersen to share updates. Staff are asked to attend the session designated for their division if possible.
G.K. Chesterton Collection dedication


G.K. Chesterton Collection blessed and dedicated at the London Global Gateway

The University’s London Global Gateway hosted a dedication ceremony to celebrate the acquisition of the G.K. Chesterton Collection, which includes books, personal effects, art and other items related to the life of this renowned 20th-century English Catholic writer.
Thom Browne speaks to Notre Dame community


Artist-in-residence Thom Browne speaks to campus community

Browne, a graduate from the class of 1988, returned to the University this week as an artist-in-residence at the Institute for Advanced Study. A former GQ Designer of the Year, Browne has designed for a wide range of celebrities and public figures, including LeBron James, David Bowie and Michelle Obama.
Supreme Court

The Future Of...

The Supreme Court: A conversation with law professor Richard W. Garnett

Garnett teaches and writes about the freedoms of speech, association, and religion and constitutional law and is a leading authority on the role of religious believers and beliefs in politics and society. Read his conversation about the future of the Supreme Court.
Photo of Procurement Partner Sustainability Award presentation


University presents Voith Hydro Inc. with sustainability award

Executive Vice President Shannon Cullinan presented Voith Hydro with the Procurement Partner Sustainability Award for creating the turbines used for the University’s 2.5-megawatt hydroelectric facility along the St. Joseph River.
United Way Funded Programs
"Our programs focus on strengthening math and literacy, supporting emotional wellness, and preparing students to enter college and the workforce. Supporting the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Joseph County through United Way's campaign supports our community youth's success." — Duane Wilson, chief operating officer, Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Joseph County
U.S. Senator Tim Scott


Sen. Tim Scott to speak at Notre Dame on restoring hope and unity in America

U.S. Sen. Tim Scott will visit campus on Friday, Nov. 4, for a fireside discussion titled “America: A Redemption Story.” The event will serve as the Center for Citizenship and Constitutional Government's inaugural Jeanie Poole O’Shaughnessy Memorial Lecture
Open Enrollment is active

Health & Wellness

Open Enrollment ends this Friday

This year open enrollment is active, which means you must go online by this Friday, Nov. 4, and submit your benefit elections in order to have benefits in 2023. Click to learn more.

In Memoriam

L. John Roos, professor emeritus of political science

L. John Roos, a professor of political science for 44 years, died in Nashville, Tennessee, on Oct. 21, his 79th birthday.
In memory of recently deceased employees and retirees.
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