Subscribe to our email list
Campus news for faculty and staff
Campus news for faculty and staff
NDWorks Weekly
Campus news for faculty and staff
University of Notre Dame
ND Innovates is now Institutional Innovation


Institutional Innovation team uses creativity to turn challenges into solutions

The newly renamed Institutional Innovation (formerly ND Innovates) team applies research, interviews and data analysis to better understand potential issues and opportunities. Read how Institutional Innovation’s process is helping leaders help their teams.
Photos on a wall


Notre Dame hosts University Photographers Association of America

If you see some new faces out and about on campus, it’s due in part to the work of Senior University Photographer Matt Cashore, who worked with the University Photographers’ Association of America to host its annual symposium on campus.
Photo of Rondald Metoyer Photo of Margaret Meserve


Two vice presidents and associate provosts named

Ronald Metoyer, a professor of computer science and engineering and associate dean for diversity and faculty development in Notre Dame’s College of Engineering, has been appointed vice president and associate provost for teaching and learning, effective July 1.
Margaret Meserve, the Glynn Family Collegiate Professor of History and co-director of the Glynn Family Honors Program at Notre Dame, has been appointed vice president and associate provost for academic space and support, effective July 1.
Students walk next to a train

Notre Dame Stories 

A perilous journey

Notre Dame students traveled to Puebla and Mexico City to witness the journey of migrants at its midway point, in a course that focuses on the economic factors and outcomes at the start and end of the volatile subject of immigration. Read their story — and the migrants story — here.


Working hard for money decreases consumers’ willingness to risk their earnings, study shows

New research shows that the harder an individual consumer works, the less willing they are to risk those earnings through investments and elsewhere. Read more about the research forthcoming in the Journal of Consumer Psychology from lead author Christopher Bechler, assistant professor of marketing in the Mendoza College of Business.
Sumus Master Classes begin July 17
Spotlight on Workplace Safety


Spotlight on workplace safety: Preventing heat-related illness

Every year, thousands of workers are exposed to excessive heat as a result of environmental conditions, workload, machinery output and personal protective equipment. Read these tips to help prevent heat-related illness.
Photo of a phone that says social media


Social media security tips

While social media is now a regular part of daily life, sharing information on social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) may come with the risk of over-exposing personal information. Follow these tips to protect your identity and information.
In Memory
View this email online.
Opt out