Education

FILTER Education
Showing 78 Results
Health and Society

hodgePOD 22: Year-End Compilation

Our year-end compilation of a few fun and memorable moments from this year’s conversations, as we talked all things modern education with some of the best minds—and...

Listen to Podcast
Health and Society

Gina Svarovsky: Education, Broadened.

From Thanksgiving family traditions like tropical turkey, secret stuffing, and pleasant pumpkin rolls, to becoming agents of change by building empathy and designing pathways...

Listen to Podcast
Health and Society

Andrea Christensen: Education, Motivated.

From coffee ice cream and hoagies, submarines, or po’boys, to how designing instruction that optimizes motivation over memorization in the classroom also optimizes learning Dr....

Listen to Podcast
Health and Society

Fr. Joe Carey: Education, Treasured.

From handmade Father’s Day gifts and the origin stories of “Cup of Joe” and FJ’s cookies, to the fine art of welcoming people on the journey and building community for all...

Listen to Podcast
Global Affairs

The Future of East European Studies

On 24 February, Ukraine became a target of Russia’s military aggression. This war, the largest in Europe since the Second World War, broke out with unimaginable atrocities,...

watch video
Health and Society

Imagine Tomorrow Today: What could we do?

Exploring the compatibility of faith and science in activating the Church to invest in child development and learning Join us for our panel discussion with Fr. Lou DelFra, CSC,...

watch video
Health and Society

Nicole McNeil: Education, Multiplied.

From The Shamrock to The Dome, traveling a providential path to understanding how children learn and what role education plays in the development of a just society

Listen to Podcast
Religion and Philosophy

Virtues & Vocations: “Pluralism and the Purpose of Higher Education”

Virtues & Vocations is a national forum hosted by the Center for Social Concerns at the University of Notre Dame in collaboration with the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke...

View Event
Health and Society

2021 Domer Dozen Honoree: Zoe (Rote) Kourajian ’16

Zoe (Rote) Kourajian ’16 was recognized as a 2021 Domer Dozen honoree for innovating to give students of all backgrounds a place in the American story. Kourajian spoke on campus...

watch video
Health and Society

Maria McKenna: Education, Unified.

From the origins of Sesame Street and Photovoice, to the pedagogy of vulnerability to equity, inclusion, and diversity as foundations of education

Listen to Podcast
Religion and Philosophy

Liturgy and the Dignity of Children

Heidi Witte ’09, a former Catholic Social Tradition Minor, now hosts the Children’s Liturgy of the Word on Catholic TV. Heidi shares how the CST minor and center programming...

Listen to Podcast
Career Development

Discussion Leader Guide

 

Read Article