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Provost announces organizational changes in office

A series of changes in the organizational structure of the Office of the Provost were announced in an email to faculty and academic staff this week. According to Charles and Jill Fischer Provost Marie Lynn Miranda, the new structure will reduce duplication of efforts and improve the office’s ability to manage key academic and University priorities. (More...)
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Notre Dame commits to carbon neutrality by 2050

University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., announced Friday that Notre Dame will be a carbon neutral campus by 2050. He made the announcement at the first keynote event for this year’s Notre Dame Forum, which has as its theme “Care for Our Common Home: Just Transition to a Sustainable Future.” (More...)


Big weekend on campus

Campus was busy this past weekend with the first home football game of the season, 9/11 observances and ND Forum events. Fans, visitors, speakers, faculty, staff and students enjoyed favorable weather, good football and meaningful conversations.
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HR announces recipients of the 2021 Presidential Awards

The Presidential Awards recognize staff members for their significant contributions to the betterment of the University and whose actions exemplify Notre Dame’s Core Values: Accountability, Teamwork, Integrity, Leadership in Excellence and Leadership in Mission. There are nine recipients of the award for 2021. (More...)
Domer Dozen 2021 Honorees


NDAA announces 2021 Domer Dozen honorees

The 2021 Domer Dozen cohort honors 12 Notre Dame alumni ages 32 and younger for excellence in their contributions in faith, service, learning or work — the core pillars of the Notre Dame Alumni Association’s mission. (More...)
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NDI strengthens travel risk management program

Notre Dame International is offering two webinars this fall to encourage faculty and staff to familiarize themselves with the benefits and resources available through International SOS, the world’s leading international medical and security assistance company. (More...)

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Professor comments on alt-right presence on China’s internet

Populists and nationalists in China are spreading anti-Muslim, anti-feminist messages on the country's internet. Michel Hockx, director of the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies, explains why the Communist party doesn't stop it. (More...)
“They don’t necessarily challenge the ruling party and spill over to collective action, so there’s less of an incentive for social media companies to remove them. They are not told to do so by the authorities.” — Michel Hockx, director of the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies
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