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Biology professor receives NIH New Innovator Award 

Cody Smith, a researcher in the Department of Biological Sciences, has been granted a National Institutes of Health Director’s New Innovator Award. (More…)

Professional Resources

Hesburgh Library has Mac Lab

The new Mac Lab features 28 large-screen computers loaded with the Adobe Creative Cloud suite and Apple Pro Apps. Find out what's available to you. (More…)

Campus News

Team Irish Award winners honored at Saturday's game

At last Saturday's football game, the Satellite Theological Education Program (STEP) was honored as a 2019 Presidential Team Irish Award winner. The STEP team manages enrollments in the McGrath Institute for Church Life’s online professional development courses in theology.  (More...)


Campus construction updates

The campus continues to grow and change with each construction project. Read more for updates on the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes, Corby Hall, McKenna Hall, Irish Athletic Center, Baumer Hall, Dillon Hall and Johnson Family Hall. (More...)

Campus News

Dust settles as several units have completed relocations 

More than 300,000 square feet of existing space on campus became available thanks to the construction of the Walsh Family Hall of Architecture, Corbett Family Hall, O'Neill Hall, Duncan Student Center and Jenkins-Nanovic halls. As a result, numerous units have relocated with minimal renovation and at a modest cost. (More...)


Waste not, during McKenna Hall's reconstruction 

When McKenna Hall closed in August for reconstruction, little went to waste (or the landfill). Under the direction of Facilities, Design and Operations, the University saved many items to be used elsewhere on campus. (More…)

Professional Resources

What you can do to protect your data

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This annual event is designed to educate and empower people to use the internet safely and securely. Take a look at this article with tips on how you can increase your online knowledge and safety. (More...)

Maple trees make campus colorful in the fall

The two most populous trees on campus are varieties of maples. There are 621 sugar maples and 517 red maples, says Barbara Hellenthal, curator of the Museum of Biodiversity and the Greene-Nieuwland Herbarium. Both species are native to the region and colorful in the fall. Hellenthal has conducted an extensive plant census on campus. (More...)  


Stacey Chen invested in her health and won $400

Chen, a staff accountant in Unrestricted Fund Accounting, scheduled her health screening and was automatically entered into the weekly Human Resources raffle, which she won! Register for your confidential and free screening. (More...)
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