Campus news for faculty and staff
Campus news for faculty and staff
NDWorks Weekly
Campus news for faculty and staff
University of Notre Dame
Chapel in Lyons Hall


Sacred places

Each residence hall has its own chapel, each with its own characteristic architecture, music and traditions. Most are non-public spaces for residents, guests and friends, so please enjoy this virtual tour of these chapels.
My Heart Says Go musical


New musical ‘My Heart Says Go’ launches new model for accessibility in the arts

Founder and creative producer of the New Works Lab Matt Hawkins goes beyond creating new work — he wants to reimagine the way those pieces are brought to the public.


Expert panel to discuss PFAS found in firefighting gear with documentary film screening

The University will host a screening of “Burned: Protecting the Protectors” — a documentary exploring the link between “forever chemicals” and decades of cancer in the firefighting community. Read how Graham Peaslees research influenced the film.
ND in the News

Lyft or Lift? Whats in a name ...

John Costello, assistant professor of marketing in the Mendoza College of Business, was featured in the Wall Street Journal article Should companies use unconventional spellings for products? It isnt always Klear. Costello was one of the authors of a recent study on the unconventional naming of products and consumers’ responses to the names.


Earth Week

From the St. Joseph Lake Cleanup (happening today) to the Global Day of Action to the Climate Justice Panel discussion to an ND-LEEF tour, there are several opportunities to celebrate our care for the Earth. Find out how you can participate through the Office of Sustainability. 
Future site of solar panels

In case you missed it ... 

Solar project to reduce campus greenhouse gas emissions by 600 to 700 tons annually

Notre Dame will install a 46,000-square-foot solar array on the west side of campus, along Indiana 933, as part of an ongoing effort to diversify its energy supply and achieve net zero campus carbon emissions by 2050.
Blue Gold Game


Are you ready for some football?

Kick off the new season at the Blue-Gold Game at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 22, in Notre Dame Stadium. The game will stream liveon Peacock and will be available on demand on Fighting Irish TV following the livestream. Click below to purchase tickets or call 833-NDIRISH.
Deanna Gumpf


Head softball coach gets historic win

The Notre Dame softball team defeated Michigan State 8-0 last Tuesday. The win was the 24th of the season and No. 849 for head coach Deanna Gumpf, who passed women’s basketball Hall of Fame head coach Muffet McGraw for the most wins in the history of Notre Dame athletics. 


Sexual Assault awareness

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and the Offices of Institutional Equity and Human Resources are encouraging faculty and staff to refamiliarize themselves with the University's How to Help A Student brochure to assist as a mandatory reporter should a student disclose a sexual assault or other instances of interpersonal violence.
Congratulations to those celebrating service anniversaries
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