Campus news for faculty and staff
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Campus news for faculty and staff
University of Notre Dame
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Notre Dame launches unprecedented University-wide effort to fight poverty

Notre Dame is launching a bold new Poverty Initiative to develop and advance innovative solutions to help vulnerable populations and to train a new generation of leaders committed to the fight against poverty.
“I believe Notre Dame is uniquely positioned to make a meaningful difference in the lives of people burdened by poverty.” — Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., University President
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Walk the Walk Week 

Inspirational leaders encourage justice, perseverance, compassion and courage during Walk the Walk Week event

A diverse group of leaders in science, engineering and technology offered words of encouragement to more than 250 students, faculty and staff at a dinner on Wednesday, Feb. 17. Read about this and the candlelight prayer service that followed here

Walk the Walk Week 

Unity Summit participants asked to do their part to build a Beloved Community at Notre Dame

Attending one of Eric Love’s Unity Summits is an active exercise, not a passive one. Yes, there are thoughtful speakers and rousing entertainment; however, the audience is expected to lead the conversation and, hopefully, the change. Read about the conversations here
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Walk the Walk Week 

Hundreds participate in Walk the Walk Week service project benefiting South Bend area nonprofits

Volunteers from across campus gathered at Duncan Student Center on Saturday, Jan. 20, to sort and package personal hygiene and winter care kits — 600 in total — for local nonprofit organizations as part of Walk the Walk Week. 
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Notre Dame Magazine 

The Troublemaker

Civil rights leader Bayard Rustin, who was a member of the Notre Dame Board of Trustees, is featured in a new biopic, Rustin, released in November on Netflix. The movie recounts how Rustin, facing racism and homophobia as a Black gay man, joined the Civil Rights Movement and took a lead role in planning the historic 1963 March on Washington. Read his story here.
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Notre Dame Stories 

A deeper river

Father Dan Groody, C.S.C.’s woodworking is a metaphor for spirituality in both his day-to-day work and his pastime. Father Groody, vice president and associate provost for undergraduate education and a professor of theology, takes us into his woodworking shop.
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Recycling expansion continues on campus

The University's recycling expansion pilot makes recycling more accessible to campus community members and increases waste diversion rates, while adapting to the new requirements of the University’s recycling service provider, Recycling Works.The pilot program continues this semester with a focus on updates in office spaces.
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Snow Patrols arctic adventure: A tale of teamwork and service

In a daring expedition last Saturday, Jan. 20, Building Services staff members known as the Snow Patrol faced the challenges of shoveling heavy, deep snow for an impressive seven-hour stretch. Read more about their exploits to keep campus safe.
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