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Walk the Walk Week

This year marks the seventh annual campus-wide observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Walk the Walk Week, a week-long series of University- and department-sponsored events designed to help us consider how we — both individually and collectively — might take an active role in making Notre Dame even more welcoming and inclusive. A student panel discussion, "Walk the Walk: Building the 'Beloved Community' at Notre Dame," and the annual Candlelight Prayer Service will kick off the week today, Jan 18.

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NEH awards fellowships, grant to faculty members

Three faculty members in the College of Arts and Letters and one in the Keough School of Global Affairs have won National Endowment for the Humanities fellowships, and a grant, extending the University’s record success with the federal agency committed to supporting original research and scholarship. Read about the NEH award recipients and their projects here.
ND In the News

Ghosh on 5G and a crowded spectrum

Monisha Ghosh, professor in electrical engineering, weighed in on whether 5G signals pose a threat by interfering with equipment used to land airplanes. Ghosh is a former chief technology officer at the Federal Communications Commission. Read the Christian Science Monitor article about 5G concerns.


Understanding supply chain

Most of us have been impacted by shortages or delays in getting products due to kinks in the supply chain. Andy Fuller, director of Strategic Content, spoke with Kaitlin Wowak, associate professor of IT, analytics and operations in the Mendoza College of Business, for this edition of Notre Dame Stories — available on AppleSpotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
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Calm app helps faculty, staff and students

Allison Malecki, a project manager in IT Strategy, Planning and Architecture, found the Calm app helpful not only to her, but to students as well. The Calm app provides tools to help you relax, focus and rest, offering guided sessions on sleep, meditation and relaxation. Read more, including how to get free premium access to the Calm app.
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OIT is hiring. Earn a $1,000 referral bonus

With more than 20 positions to fill in the next few months, the Office of Information Technologies (OIT) is offering a referral bonus to any University employee who refers a candidate (external to Notre Dame) who is hired to help OIT grow its diverse, talented organization. Here's how to refer a job candidate to OIT for a potential $1,000 bonus.


Technology spring training

It's a good time to brush up or learn something new with Office of Information Technologies (OIT) classes. Click for OIT class topics and registration information.
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