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These expert and practical webinars are designed to support you over the course of your career and during transitions. We provide videos about personal branding, online presence, resumes, elevator pitches, and more.
Engage with the Snite Museum of Art by exploring their collection through background information and reflection questions.
The Domer Dozen is a recognition program from the Notre Dame Alumni Association honoring graduates ages 32 and under. The Domer Dozen are a group of exemplary alumni who continue to make a difference in one of the four core tenets of the Alumni Association's mission statement—faith, service, learning, or work.
The Fr. Ted Said Speaker Series delivers short, thought-provoking talks by ND faculty and alumni that explore the world's most pressing problems and honor the legacy of Father Hesburgh.
Corporate and academic speakers provide valuable new perspectives that enrich the learning experience at Mendoza. Annual speaker series like the Dean's Speaker Series, Ten Years Hence, and Boardroom Insights, delve deeply into emerging issues which affect business and society.
Since 2005, the Notre Dame Forum has featured talks on issues of importance to the University, the nation, and the larger world, including globalization, the role of presidential debates, immigration, sustainability, and the place of faith in a pluralistic society.
Our Universe Revealed aims to give you an insight into the world and universe around us, demystifying phenomena and explaining the concepts which govern everything we see. Hosted by the Department of Physics, this public talk series aims to make Physics accessible to all.
Reunion Seminars and Panels showcases the scholarship and thought-leadership that is part of Notre Dame Reunion weekends. Speakers include Notre Dame faculty and alumni, and topics range from the academic to the anecdotal.
These discussions feature Notre Dame’s most engaging faculty on some of the most pressing and fascinating issues of our times. Each lecture and Q&A is presented in the Snite Museum’s Annenberg Auditorium on a home football game Saturday.
Saturdays with the Saints is a series of public lectures on the lives of the saints delivered on the morning of Notre Dame home football games. This event is sponsored by the McGrath Institute for Church Life.
The University of Notre Dame’s award-winning What Would You Fight For? series showcases the work, scholarly achievements, and global impact of Notre Dame faculty, students, and alumni.