Campus news for faculty and staff
Campus news for faculty and staff
NDWorks Weekly
Campus news for faculty and staff
University of Notre Dame


Keough School expert to play key role in COP28 climate talks on food systems

Paul Winters, associate dean for academic affairs at the Keough School of Global Affairs and executive director of the Innovation Commission for Climate Change, Food Security and Agriculture, will be attending the 28th annual United Nations Climate Change Conference. He will be leading part of the discussions on agriculture.
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Notre Dame Magazine 

Raclin Murphy Museum of Art readies for its debut

Art lovers on campus and across the region soon will have a fresh venue for indulging their enthusiasm as the University puts the final touches this fall on the Raclin Murphy Museum of Art. The museum is set to open in early December at the southern edge of campus.
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Eye in the sky: NDPD uses drone technology for gameday traffic, broader safety operations

The Notre Dame Police Department began using drone technology to monitor football gameday traffic in September. As the season comes to a close, the department has experienced success in implementing this additional technology with its already extensive safety protocol.


Honoring a humble cobbler

The University is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the death of Servant of God Brother Columba O’Neill, C.S.C., on Monday, Nov. 20, with a series of events. Brother Columba was a humble cobbler who worked at the University from 1885 until his death in 1923. He also served as a nurse and caregiver for the University’s founder, Rev. Edward Sorin, C.S.C., toward the end of Father Sorin’s life.

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United Way

OneRoof embodies United Way’s mission to reduce poverty

The United Way workplace campaign offers people employed by St. Joseph County businesses and institutions the opportunity to invest in the community by assisting those living on the margins. Learn how United Way works by taking a virtual visit to the OneRoof Southeast Neighborhood Center. The campaign ends Friday, Dec. 1.
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JP Abercrumbie: Making an impact

JP Abercrumbie, executive associate athletics director of culture and engagement in the Athletics Department, is a recent recipient of the 2023 ACC Unite Award, which was created to honor individuals affiliated with the league’s member institutions who have made an impact in the areas of racial and social justice.
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Notre Dame workshop explores the connection between names and identity

Learning to correctly pronounce names from around the world honors a student’s or colleague’s identity as well as their culture. In support of this, an online workshop designed to guide faculty, staff and students on the proper pronunciation of Hindi names will take place Thursday, Nov. 16. Find tips and tools and read more about this workshop and others here.
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Fall and winter road closures planned to accommodate campus projects

Read about upcoming road closures and the changes to Burke Golf Course.
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