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Sustainability and Heritage Survey at Kylemore

The Global Centre at Kylemore hosts programs from multi-disciplines. Last March 2020 before the COVID-19 lockdown the Global Centre hosted a program for students interested in...

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Global Affairs

Italy

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Science and Technology

A Future for the Past: Notre Dame Researchers help Italian church communities address seismic risks

In October of 2016, central Italy was left devastated by a major earthquake, destroying homes and entire villages. Given Italy is prone to seismic activity, determining how to...

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Art and History

Unexpected Guides

What your social circle can tell you about your health, and what centuries-old travel guides can tell us about a city.

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Science and Technology

Lunar Samples, and Rome Studies 50th Anniversary

We chat with Notre Dame geologist and moon expert Clive Neal, who is part of a team that will examine previously sealed lunar samples obtained during the Apollo missions. Note:...

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Art and History

Duncan Stroik on Designing Sacred Architecture

We chat with professor Duncan G. Stroik of the Notre Dame School of Architecture. Duncan’s area of focus is Sacred Architecture, and he both teaches and practices in the field....

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Health and Society

Small Changes to Cafeteria Design Can Get Kids to Eat Healthier, New Assessment Tool Finds

While a growing body of research suggests that small changes to a school environment can help reduce childhood obesity and improve nutrition, 80 percent of school-aged children...

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Health and Society

Avoiding Overconfidence Penalties and Planning Buildings

New research on confidence says nonverbal cues can help people avoid the social penalties of overconfidence. And, a collaboration between Notre Dame’s School of Architecture and...

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Art and History

Reading the Remains

We’re sitting in silence in the Long House cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde National Park, watching the sun swallow the shadows across the far canyon wall. I strain to hear the...

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Health and Society

New Study Shows Ways to Maximize Temperature-Lowering Benefits of Chicago’s Green Roofs

Extreme heat poses a unique challenge to cities in the United States. According to the National Weather Service, extreme heat accounts for 20 percent of deaths by natural hazard...

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Art and History

Ever Ancient, Ever New

Colloquium presented at the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture’s 17th Annual Fall Conference, “You Are Beauty: Exploring the Catholic Imagination.” The speakers are...

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Health and Society

Fighting to Design a Better Home

When Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy ripped through the coastal communities of the United States, they left over 1.5 million homes in ruins. Collapsed roofs lined the streets. Walls...

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