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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,...

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Health and Society

Global Health Colloquium: “Research Interventions to Address Gaps in Practice”

This week’s Global Health Colloquium will focus on the topic of maternal health, featuring Yenupini Joyce Adams, Visiting Assistant Professor of Global Health from the Keough...

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Health and Society

Nikhit D’Sa: Education, Ventured.

From St. Patrick and his feast day to five-day cricket extravaganzas and adopting a human-centered approach to research application in the lived experience of children and...

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Health and Society

Global Health Colloquium: Cancer Health Disparities

Join the Eck Institute for Global Health in collaboration with the Harper Cancer Research Institute (HCRI) for talks from HCRI’s Associate Director, Andy Bullock, and affiliated...

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Health and Society

Evidence Matters: Building Great Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships, Part II – After the Evaluation

This interactive session hosted by the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities and King County (Seattle) Metro Transit will explore the benefits of continued strong...

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Religion and Philosophy

The Transatlantic Chesterton: Reflections on the 100th Anniversary of Chesterton’s Visit to America

G.K. Chesterton was one of the greatest writers of the 20th century. This year marks the 100th anniversary of Chesterton’s first trip to America. On that four-month lecture...

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Health and Society

Mexico Virtual Lecture Series: Where Surgery Is Difficult: Overcoming Barriers to Access in Chiapas, Mexico

In rural Chiapas, Mexico, poor patients often struggle to access surgical care and other medical treatment, even though access is guaranteed by law under the Mexican constitution....

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Health and Society

Global Health Seminar: “Lessons from the AIDS epidemic”

In 1981, Dr. James W. Curran ’66 was tapped to lead a CDC task force charged with determining what was behind the first cases of what we now know as AIDS. Dr. Curran will...

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Health and Society

George B. Craig, Jr. Memorial Lecture: “Kill the Messenger: Developing mosquitocidal vaccines and drugs to control mosquito-borne diseases”

Dr. Brian Foy ’94 has helped pioneer studies designed to target mosquito vectors through their bloodmeals as a way to disrupt mosquito-borne pathogen transmission and reduce...

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Art and History

On Museum and Library Discovery

This episode is a little different from what we usually do, in that the focus isn’t one person’s work but rather a new tool designed to enhance knowledge access for everyone....

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Global Affairs

ND-GAIN and Dublin Global Gateway partner to build climate change inventory of Ireland

Even the most prepared countries need to focus more on climate change, according to the University of Notre Dame’s Global Adaptation Initiative (ND-GAIN) Country Index. The...

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Science and Technology

On “The State of Science” (Part 2)

For the second episode in a row, we’re turning things over to a guest host for a conversation with Holden Thorp, editor-in-chief of the Science family of journals. Talking with...

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