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University of Notre Dame
Fall 2023 Staff Town Hall
Notre Dame Forum

What Would You Fight For? (video)

Still Fighting: More than 100 episodes 

In 2007, Notre Dame threw a bold pass to NBC Sports: Help us tell stories of our research and academic endeavors, and let us do it on national television during our football games. The What Would You Fight For? series continues, telling beautiful stories of not just what is happening at Notre Dame, but why.
ESPN College Gameday


College GameDay is headed to campus. And they’re not the only ones. 

If youre excited about this weekend’s matchup with Ohio State University, so is much of the country. ESPN’s College GameDay will broadcast from campus from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. Other media teams expected to be on Library Quad include The Pat McAfee Show and “SportsCenter,” as well as local broadcasts.
Photo of RCLC building


Robinson Center awarded $500,000 to expand Talk With Your Baby program

Founded in 2009, Talk With Your Baby educates parents and other caregivers about the importance of talking often with babies and young children. Read about the benefits of this program for children in our community. 
Photo of the Remick Family Hall Project Team


Remick Family Hall project group receives Presidential Team Irish Award 

In the early summer months of 2020, the new Remick Family Hall, under construction, faced significant challenges due to an uncertain construction market. Read how the team came together to bring the project to completion in time for the 2022 spring semester. 
Graphic of Dome for Hispanic Heritage Month


Its Hispanic Heritage Month 

Sept. 15 marked the beginning of the annual U.S. observance of Hispanic Heritage Month. (You may also see the celebration referred to as Latino, Latinx or Latine Heritage Month.) Read about the many events being hosted by the Institute for Latino Studies.
Photo of Nate Swenson, a biological sciences professor

Notre Dame Stories 

A picture of drought 

Nate Swenson, a biological sciences professor, is the director of the Notre Dame Environmental Research Center (UNDERC) near Land O’Lakes on the border of Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Pennisula. Read how Swenson and his students are working to match NASA images with field data to measure forest health. 
Zombie Preparedness Festival
FluBlitz - Free flu vaccines
Carebridge Employee Assistance Program
In memory of recently deceased employees and retirees.
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