Campus news for faculty and staff
Campus news for faculty and staff
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Campus news for faculty and staff
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Notre Dame Forum 

Cardinal Robert W. McElroy, panel discuss questions of war and peace

Cardinal Robert McElroy, bishop of San Diego, led a discussion on the moral challenges of war and nuclear arms at the Notre Dame Forum event “New and Old Wars, New and Old Challenges to Peace.” The event was held Wednesday, March 1.
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Five distinguished leaders to receive honorary degrees 

Notre Dame will bestow honorary degrees on five distinguished leaders in science, business, music and community service at its 178th University Commencement Ceremony on May 21. A sixth honorary degree will be presented to Juan Manuel Santos, a Nobel Peace Prize winner and former president of Colombia, who will deliver the principal commencement address.
ND in the News

Doctor takes his practice to the streets to help heal the homeless

Notre Dame graduate and 2023 honorary degree recipient Dr. James O'Connell is featured on NBC News Sunday Spotlight. Interviewer Harry Smith speaks with and follows O'Connell on his route through the streets of Boston as he delivers medical care to the many homeless.
Women's History Month - Women Lead
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Women Lead 

Mendoza's Kara Palmer among seven women recognized in Women Lead

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we introduce you to seven outstanding women who are innovating in their fields to help the University be a powerful means for doing good in the world. Read their stories here
Transformational Leaders Program
Spring 2023 Staff Town Hall
Tracy Kijewski-Correa is Professor of Engineering and Global Affairs

Continuing the Conversation ... 

"What's your next step?"

We're highlighting faculty, staff and students sharing their next steps in making Notre Dame even more welcoming and inclusive. Click the video button below to hear from Tracy Kijewski-Correa, professor of engineering and global affairs.
Habitat for Humanity information sessions


Find out if you qualify to build a new home with Habitat

Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County will host information sessions on Tuesday, March 14, for employees interested in building a new home through the agency. Habitat will build seven homes south of campus, and there are opportunities to build in Mishawaka.
Red Folder Initiative

Campus Community

See Something. Say Something. Do Something.

The Student Health and Wellness Unit has launched the Red Folder Initiative, designed to provide resources and information for faculty, staff and administrators supporting students in distress.
Word to the Wise


Word to the Wise highlights safety tips in Wordle-style game

Congratulations to Sarah Shirk (pictured center with the Risk Management and Safety team) from the Law School Career Development Office for winning January's Word to the Wise contest. Enter your guess for this month's puzzle now.
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In Case You Missed It ...

The Month in Photos: February

A short month still means plenty to see and do at Notre Dame. From the weather to celebrations of language, culture and history to sports — February did not disappoint. View it all here.
Forgotten features in Google, Windows and MacOS


Time-Out for Tech Spring Break Series March 14-16

Are you using your apps to their fullest potential? These sessions will highlight some forgotten features that can help increase your efficiency in Google Apps and operating systems for Windows and Mac.
IN Memory
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