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Reunion


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Experience the scholarship and thought-leadership of Notre Dame Reunion weekends. Speakers include Notre Dame faculty and alumni on topics ranging from the academic to the anecdotal.

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FiresideND


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Welcome to FiresideND, the podcast from ThinkND that brings the experience and expertise of Notre Dame to you - whenever, wherever. From STEM and art, to religion and health, listen and learn with Notre Dame on the go.

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ThinkND Podcast


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ThinkND Podcast brings you the knowledge of Notre Dame wherever, whenever. Expert guests from campus, across the country, and around the world discuss the issues important to you. Subscribe today!

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Religion and Philosophy

A Theology of Migration: The Bodies of Refugees and the Body Of Christ

12:00 PM ET Thu., Jun. 13, 2024
Art and History

Rome and the Myth of its Eternity

03:00 PM ET Wed., Jun. 05, 2024
Religion and Philosophy

A Commitment to the Poor in Practice

12:00 PM ET Thu., Jun. 06, 2024
Science and Technology

AI and the very old world order

12:00 PM ET Wed., May. 01, 2024
Religion and Philosophy

Everyday Holiness: Gabriel Reynolds

12:00 PM ET Fri., Jun. 07, 2024
Science and Technology

Driving Social Impact in public health and conservation

12:00 PM ET Wed., May. 15, 2024
Religion and Philosophy

Christ is risen, alleluia! Christ is truly risen, alleluia!

12:00 PM ET Tue., Apr. 02, 2024
Religion and Philosophy

Walking with Christ through Holy Week

12:00 PM ET Tue., Mar. 26, 2024
Religion and Philosophy

Persevering with Hope

12:00 PM ET Tue., Mar. 19, 2024
Religion and Philosophy

Focused on Christ

12:00 PM ET Tue., Mar. 12, 2024

BLACK@ND


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BLACK@ND centers the experiences of Notre Dame’s African American students and alumni, and the steps taken to survive in a community that lacks representation of color.

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Church Life Today


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Hosted by Lenny DeLorenzo, McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame, Church Life Today features conversations with pastoral leaders and scholars from around the country and covers issues that matter most to Church life today.

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Religion and Philosophy

Eucharist Means Thanksgiving

Clear-Sighted Career


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These expert and practical webinars are designed to support you over the course of your career and during transitions. We provide videos about personal branding, online presence, resumes, elevator pitches, and more.

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Domer Dozen


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The Notre Dame Alumni Association honors graduates ages 32 and under through its Domer Dozen program. Honorees are exemplary alumni making a difference in one of the four core tenets of the Alumni Association's mission statement—faith, service, learning, and work.

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Ethics and Culture Cast


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Ethics and Culture Cast features lively conversations with professors, fellows, scholars, and friends of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture.

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Religion and Philosophy

Solzhenitsyn and American Culture

Religion and Philosophy

Kirk Doran, Professor of Economics

Religion and Philosophy

Michael Flaherty, Film Producer

Religion and Philosophy

Sofia Carozza, Sorin Fellow Alumna

Religion and Philosophy

Dr. Kristin Collier

Religion and Philosophy

Christopher Beha, Author and Editor

Fr. Ted Said...


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Fr. Ted Said delivers short, thought-provoking talks by ND faculty and alumni that explore the world's most pressing problems and honor the legacy of Father Hesburgh.

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Health and Society

Fr. Ted Said…Serving Others

Heart's Desire & Social Change


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Meaningful conversations about the things that matter most to people: their purpose, identity, and direction in life. How can we find meaning and mission in a restless world? How can we make wise decisions? How do we find the path that leads us to discover the deepest desires of our hearts and our aspirations to make the world a better place? Explore the terrains of self-awareness, self-development, and self-gift. Hosted by Fr. Dan Groody, Vice President and Associate Provost at the University of Notre Dame.

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The Kroc Cast


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The Kroc Cast is a podcast featuring peace studies conversations convened among faculty, staff, alumni, visiting fellows, and friends of the Kroc Institute, a global peace studies hub.

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Lectures on Podcast


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Listen to the recent events from the Tocqueville Program and Constitutional Studies. Through public lectures, debates, conferences, and fellowships, the Tocqueville Program seeks to nurture informed conversation, learning and scholarship about the fundamental principles of a decent and just political regime with a particular focus on religious liberty.

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Mendoza Speaker Series


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Minding Scripture Podcast


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Minding Scripture is a podcast where divine word and human reason meet. We explore questions that believers and skeptics alike ask about the Bible and the Qur’an. In a world marked by irrational discourse about religion, this podcast seeks to demonstrate that faith sharpens and quickens the ability to reason in friendship.

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Religion and Philosophy

Episode 23: Slavery and the Bible

Religion and Philosophy

Episode 19: Ritual

Religion and Philosophy

Episode 18: Noah

Religion and Philosophy

Episode 15: Science and Scripture

Religion and Philosophy

Episode 13: Abraham

Religion and Philosophy

Episode 9: Qur’an Criticism

Religion and Philosophy

Episode 11: Religious Pluralism

Religion and Philosophy

Episode 8: Sickness and Healing

Religion and Philosophy

Episode 7: Bible Criticism

Religion and Philosophy

Episode 6: Afterlife

Religion and Philosophy

Episode 5: Moses

Notre Dame Forum


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Since 2005, the Notre Dame Forum has featured talks on issues of importance to the University, the nation, and the larger world, including globalization, the role of presidential debates, immigration, sustainability, and the place of faith in a pluralistic society.

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The Notre Dame International Security Center Podcasts


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The NDISC podcast serves as an outlet for undergraduate students and leading scholars in the field of international security to discuss their areas of expertise.

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Notre Dame Stories


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Notre Dame Stories feature interviews with Notre Dame faculty members who can lend insight into some of the major stories of the day, as well as pieces that show the breadth of the life and research at the University.

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Our Universe Revealed


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Our Universe Revealed aims to give you an insight into the world and universe around us, demystifying phenomena and explaining the concepts which govern everything we see. Hosted by the Department of Physics, this public talk series aims to make Physics accessible to all.

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Pedagogies for Peace


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Join hosts Prof. Ashley Bohrer, and Prof. Justin de Leon, for an audio series that foregrounds critical pedagogies with a focus on intersectionality and decoloniality. Each week, Ashley and Justin are joined by professors and teachers for wide-ranging conversations about new ways of teaching peace.

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Raclin Murphy Museum of Art


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Engage with the Raclin Murphy Museum of Art by exploring their collection through insightful, expert commentary and reflection questions.

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Art and History

Virtual Slow Look

12:30 PM ET Tue., Jan. 25, 2022
Art and History

The Nativity

Art and History

Albers: Master, Teacher

Art and History

Deborah Butterfield

Art and History

Plensa: Us

Art and History

A Walk in the Park

Art and History

CFAAL 397 (HTR)

Art and History

Wood-fired stoneware

Art and History

Driftwood in a Cave

Art and History

Pictographic War Record

Art and History

Red Throne

Art and History

Sculpture in Motion

Art and History

Teapot

Saturday Scholars


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These discussions feature Notre Dame’s most engaging faculty on some of the most pressing and fascinating issues of our times. Each lecture and Q&A is presented in the Snite Museum’s Annenberg Auditorium on a home football game Saturday.

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Saturdays with the Saints


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Saturdays with the Saints is a series of public lectures on the lives of the saints delivered on the morning of Notre Dame home football games. This event is sponsored by the McGrath Institute for Church Life.

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Think. Pair. Share.


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Think. Pair. Share. is a modern education podcast that explores learning—from the everyday exchange of thoughts and ideas—to the theories and practices behind entire systems. Register here to receive updates as new episodes are released or live events are offered.

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What Would You Fight For?


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The University of Notre Dame’s award-winning What Would You Fight For? series showcases the work, scholarly achievements, and global impact of Notre Dame faculty, students, and alumni.

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