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Religion and Philosophy

Domer Dozen 2019 Honoree: Alex Jones ’15

Alex Jones ’15 works with a team of young Catholics to innovate the way we pray. Jones is the CEO and Co-Founder of Hallow, a mobile app that helps users nourish their spiritual...

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Health and Society

Domer Dozen 2019 Honoree: Jane Lee ’09

Jane Lee ’09 works as an assistant professor at the University of Washington. Lee’s work is focused on educating and aiding underserved immigrant groups who lack access to...

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Global Affairs

Domer Dozen 2019 Honoree: Jay Rowley ’11

Captain Jay Rowley ’11 currently serves in the U.S. Army. Captain Rowley has been selected as one of five Army officers for the Olmsted Scholar Class of 2020 that will help him...

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Global Affairs

Domer Dozen 2019 Honoree: Mary Kate Battle ’10

Mary Kate Battle ’10 currently works to empower vulnerable people through her job with Catholic Relief Services. With CRS, she has supported programming in Uganda, Jordan,...

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Health and Society

Domer Dozen 2019 Honoree: Dr. Mikey Maurer ’11

Dr. Mikey Maurer ’11 works as an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine. He focuses on providing health care to uninsured and...

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Global Affairs

Domer Dozen 2019 Honoree: Ngor “Majak” Anyieth

Ngor “Majak” Anyieth ’18 is the Founder and CEO of Education Bridge, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing schools in South Sudan. These schools focus on...

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Law and Politics

Domer Dozen 2019 Honoree: Nicole Sganga ’15

Nicole Sganga ’15 works as a reporter for CBS News covering the 2020 U.S. presidential election. She uses her reporting and storytelling skills to inform voters during an...

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Science and Technology

Destination Mars

Before he answers any questions, Mark Kirasich wants to clarify the nature of his job. “I am NASA’s Orion program manager,” he says, presuming — correctly — that...

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Health and Society

A Sisterhood of Sorts

When the University of Notre Dame went coed in 1972, it did so on the crest of a wave that seemed poised to change everything for American women. The Equal Rights Amendment had...

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Art and History

The Days the Music Lived

On a Saturday afternoon in late April, the only sound in the grassy bowl behind the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, New York, is the occasional passing car. Sometimes...

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Career Development

Newspaper Man

It was the summer of ’69, and Matt Storin was waiting anxiously in the U.S. Capitol press gallery for the Senate’s return from its August recess. A month before,...

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Global Affairs

Understanding China as a World Power

In this seminar from Reunion 2019, Lionel Jensen, Associate Professor of East Asian Languages & Cultures and History, explores the expansion of China as a source of global concern...

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