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What to Believe in Uncertain Times?

What to Believe in Uncertain Times?

"What to Believe in Uncertain Times?" is the latest installment of Big Questions, presented by the Notre Dame Alumni Association. As we get closer and closer to the 2020 election — and the first presidential debate held at Notre Dame — competing information, even misinformation is everywhere. "What to Believe in Uncertain Times?" is designed to help you learn how to constructively debate, positively make arguments, and change or confirm your own beliefs as you find the truth. This four-part, digital micro-course, led by Dr. Paul Blaschko, uses short videos, recommended readings, and interactive worksheets to help you sort through the noise and navigate uncertain times.

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What Makes a Life Good?

The Alumni Association's Big Questions program provides Notre Dame’s unique perspective on thought-provoking topics. Delivered by Notre Dame faculty and subject matter experts, Big Questions features digital micro-courses with short videos, recommended readings, and discussion topics that will stir questions and conversations among alumni, parents, and friends. The first course in the Big Questions program, What Makes a Life Good?, features content from God and the Good Life, Notre Dame's innovative first philosophy course, designed and developed by Professor Meghan Sullivan and Dr. Paul Blaschko.

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Other Online Courses

In addition to Big Questions, alumni, parents, and friends are invited to participate in MOOCs (massive open online courses) through the University's partnership with edX.

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