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Debate student ticket lottery, watch party announced

Tickets to the first 2020 U.S. presidential debate, to be held in Purcell Pavilion on Tuesday, Sept. 29, will be allocated exclusively to currently enrolled Notre Dame students. To bring the campus community together for this historic event, a debate watch party will be held in the stadium, open to all University students, faculty, staff and invited community members. (More...)


Register and train now for Storm the Stadium, April 25

It is nearly time to lace up your running shoes for the third annual Storm the Stadium, which will take place at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 25. The stair-climbing challenge is hosted by the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs and benefits the University’s military-connected students. Last year, more than 2,000 people took part. (More...)

Diversity and Inclusion

The Work and the Walk

As a part of this year’s Walk the Walk Week tribute to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Eric Love, Notre Dame’s director of staff diversity and inclusion, sat down with Dennis Brown, assistant vice president for news and media relations, to discuss his life’s journey and the initiatives he’s led on campus. (More...)


Substantial, sustainable lunch served at MLK Celebration

Walk The Walk Week's MLK Celebration Luncheon built upon the University's sustainability-focused efforts to reduce food and container waste. Glass carafes of water and iced tea eliminated the use of 3,200 plastic water bottles. All unopened lunches were given to local charities, which distribute the food in the community. As Pope Francis reminds us, throwing away food is like stealing from those who are poor and hungry. (More...)


Make this soup served at MLK Celebration Luncheon

Did you enjoy the fire-roasted vegetable soup at the luncheon? Here's the recipe, from the chefs at the University's Center for Culinary Excellence. (More...)

University News 

New dean announced for College of Engineering 

Patricia J. Culligan, currently the chair and Carleton Professor of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at Columbia University, has been appointed the Matthew H. McCloskey Dean of the College of Engineering at Notre Dame by President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., effective Aug. 1. (More...)


New study identifies potential path forward for brachial plexus injury recovery

Three out of every 1,000 newborns suffer a brachial plexus injury during delivery. The trauma damages the bundle of nerves that connect the brain and spinal cord to the shoulders, arms and hands. A new Notre Dame study has identified a strategy that may support the regeneration of nerves affected by a brachial plexus injury. (More...)


Take steps to manage chronic illnesses

Chronic conditions are less complex and costly when effectively managed. The Wellness Center or other health care provider can help you find the right resources. Make an appointment.

University News  

Strategic Content wins gold and platinum for its storytelling

Notre Dame's storytelling unit, Strategic Content, was recognized with two awards for its recent work covering the University's presence in the Holy Land. The Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals honored the unit with a gold award for its suite of long-form web stories about the University of Notre Dame at Tantur, and a platinum award for the four-part podcast series titled "Tantur: Hill in the Holy Land." (More...)


Time well spent with clients at Logan Center

The Risk Management and Safety team, pictured above, spent Tuesday, Dec. 10, serving clients at Logan Center. The team played games, made crafts and interacted with adults and children, which brightened the wintry day for everyone involved. (More...)
Send your work team's community service photos, any time of the year, to ndworks@nd.edu

Community (photo gallery)

Volunteers fill backpacks with food for local children

The Recruitment and Communications team of the Office of Undergraduate Enrollment spent an afternoon at Cultivate Culinary preparing food and backpacks. (More...)
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