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Christy M. Pratt, director of undergraduate admissions, moves into her new office in the new McKenna Hall.

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Enrollment Division moves into the new McKenna Hall

The 2021-22 academic year is a new beginning for the Enrollment Division. Operations have been located in the Main Building for decades, likely since the inception of the admission and aid offices. Last week, division staff, including Christy M. Pratt, director of undergraduate admissions, moved into the new McKenna Hall on Notre Dame Avenue. (More...)
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Artifical intelligence unlocks secrets of ancient texts

Researchers are developing an artificial neural network to read complex ancient handwriting based on human perception to improve capabilities of deep learning transcription. (More...)
“We’re dealing with historical documents written in styles that have long fallen out of fashion, going back many centuries, and in languages like Latin, which are rarely ever used anymore.”  — Walter Scheirer, the Dennis O. Doughty Collegiate Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
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Study reveals why some cover-ups go unchecked

A cover-up, or an attempt to conceal evidence of wrongdoing, error or unethical actions, can prove harmful and costly for an organization. New research by Timothy Kundro, assistant professor of management and organization at the Mendoza College of Business, identifies two common types of cover-ups and reveals why some are allowed to continue unchecked. (More...)
Photo of young woman depositing food in a bin. Executive Vice President Shannon Cullinan, right in green shirt, stops by the Finance Division's food drive.

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Food Drivapalooza brings in much-needed resources

Food Drivapalooza, sponsored by the Finance Division, netted nearly 2,000 pounds of food for the Food Bank of Northern Indiana. The event, held July 28, collected the equivalent of 1,505 meals for those in the region who are in need. (More...)

ND in the News

Anti-feminism backlash on rise in South Korea

South Korea is the world's 12th-largest economy and a leading technological power, but remains a male-dominated society with a poor record on women's rights. Sharon Yoon, assistant professor of Korean studies, is quoted in an International Business Times article. 
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Sorin Court closed next week 

Sorin Court will be closed Monday through Saturday, Aug. 23-28, to install new curbs, asphalt and parking adjacent to Remick Family Hall. Access to the Main Building Parking Lot will remain open. Deliveries to the Main Building should use the St. Liam Parking Lot.
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