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Notre Dame Stories 

In the presence of Giants

Notre Dame students and faculty are uncovering the legacy of South Bends underrepresented baseball teams. Read what Clinton Carlson, an associate professor of design, and Katherine Walden, an assistant teaching professor in American studies, have to say about the history of teams like the Foundry Giants  a team of Black players working in the Studebaker factorys foundry in the ’20s and ’30s.

Notre Dame Forum

Film screening and conversation with author Robert Putnam 

Come for an exclusive screening of Join or Die: a film about why you should join a club, and why the fate of America depends on it. The event is from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, in Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business.
2024 Presidential Awards


Nominate colleagues for Presidential Awards

Each year, the University honors staff colleagues who exemplify Notre Dame’s core values of accountability, teamwork, integrity, leadership in excellence and leadership in mission, as well as those who make exceptional contributions in a given year, with Presidential Awards. Any Notre Dame faculty or staff member may submit a nomination by Thursday, Feb. 29. To learn more about the awards, please visit the NDHR website.
Accolades Accomplishments & Recognitions


‘I’m watching you’ behavior produces racial disparities in school discipline 

Research from Calvin Zimmermann, the O’Shaughnessy Assistant Professor of Education in the Department of Sociology, indicates that even early childhood teachers often apply discipline disproportionately in their classrooms based on a student’s race.
Provost open hours Friday, March 8 10:30 a.m. to noon
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2024 External Partnership Sustainability Award

Nominations are due Thursday, Feb. 29, for the 2024 External Partnership Sustainability Award. The award honors suppliers and other partners who have made sustainability an integral part of their business practices while partnering with the University.
IT at ND Computerworld Best Places to Work in IT 2024


Computerworld names Notre Dame to its 2024 list of best places to work in IT

Recognized for more than 10 years in Foundry’s Computerworld Best Places to Work in IT” survey, the University of Notre Dame ranks 21st among large organizations in the 2024 results. This award recognizes the top organizations that challenge their IT staffs while providing great benefits and compensation.
Black History Month


Notre Dame celebrates Black History Month

The University is celebrating Black History Month throughout February with a number of events. Click to review the schedule, which will be updated throughout the month.


Shamrock Series returns

The Notre Dame football team has announced the return of the Shamrock Series to Yankee Stadium. Notre Dame will face Army on Nov. 23, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the fabled Four Horsemen backfield and the 13-7 upset victory over Army in New York on Oct. 18, 1924. Find out more about the event at Experience Notre Dame.
Habitate for Humanity home ownership meetings


Last information session for Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity of St. Joseph County will host its last employee information session at 3 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23. The information session is for employees interested in building a new home through the agency. Last year, two Notre Dame staff members were selected to participate in the program.
Summer Camp Expo


Join NDHR Family Services for a summer camp expo 

This event will feature summer camps and other educational opportunities for children in grades K-12. The expo is open to Notre Dame faculty, staff, graduate students and their spouses. Click to learn more and add to your calendar.
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