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Health and Society

On Lions and Tigers and … Okapi?

And this episode is unlike any of the first 30 or so that we’ve done. No food was eaten—at least not by either of the humans—and no coffee was consumed. There was no table,...

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Law and Politics

Professor Mary Ellen O’Connell on ‘The Art of Law in the International Community’

Mary Ellen O’Connell, the Robert & Marion Short Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School and Research Professor of International Dispute Resolution–Kroc Institute for...

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Health and Society

Believing in climate change doesn’t mean you are preparing for climate change, study finds

Believing in climate change has no effect on whether or not coastal homeowners are protecting their homes from climate change-related hazards, according to a new study from the...

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Alumni Profile: Mary Kate Battle

A conversation with Mary Kate Battle, a 2010 Notre Dame graduate and peace studies alumna who works as a Business Development Specialist with Catholic Relief Services. Mary Kate...

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Health and Society

Human Dignity, Belonging, and Caring for Others

Finding community in college can be difficult, but it can be especially difficult when you feel like you don’t belong. Shelene shares the struggles she faced her first few years...

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Iran, Saudia Arabia, the United States and the Way Forward

A discussion of the escalating tensions between the United States and Iran following September 14 drone strikes on Saudi Aramco oil processing facilities. George Lopez, the Rev....

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Art and History

On American Jesuits, Catholicism, and Higher Education

John McGreevy is the Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History at Notre Dame and served as dean of the University’s College of Arts and Letters from 2008–2018. Specializing in...

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Law and Politics

The Global Forced Migration Crisis and US Immigration Policy

A discussion on the unprecedented global forced migration crisis, featuring Kroc Institute Executive Director Erin Corcoran, Diane Desierto, Associate Professor of Human Rights...

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Listening to Puerto Rico: The Importance of Engaged Digital Scholarship in Times of Crisis

Listening to Puerto Rico, an engaged digital learning project launched by the Universities of Notre Dame and Michigan, has been raising awareness and promoting action in the...

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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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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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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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