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Visit those in prison

Since retiring from her career as a librarian, Cheryl Ashe has devoted herself to helping ex-offenders re-enter the community following their release from prison. Cheryl began...

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Science and Technology

On Infrastructure and Engineering Change

Trish Culligan is Matthew H. McCloskey Dean of the College of Engineering at Notre Dame and a professor in the University’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and...

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Health and Society

There is no such Thing as Winning at Life with Elizabeth Klein

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Elizabeth Klein to talk about the Millenial generation and her essay, entitled, “A Catholic Response to Workism: How to Lose at...

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Religion and Philosophy

Guiding Young Adults from Affiliation to Leadership with Nicole Perone

Leonard DeLorenzo for Church Life Today welcomes Nicole Perone to talk about the challenges and opportunities of forming young adults for lifelong affiliation in the church, the...

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Health and Society

Virtual Service as Accompaniment

In 2020, as the world shifted to online and virtual, the Center for Social Concerns was not immune. In lieu of the traditional Summer Service Learning Program (SSLP), an 8-week...

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Science and Technology

Three-part Zoom series on neuroscience and behavior launches in March

How your brain works impacts not only your behavior, but also your worldview. Early environments and experiences affect the brain and overall health, research has shown....

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Health and Society

Healthcare: Global Viewpoint

The latest installment of Where We’re Going will invite Notre Dame faculty and national and global experts to focus on healthcare and timely issues like public health and...

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Health and Society

Ernest Morrell: Education, Empowered.

From Beowulf and hip-hop to the power of literacy transforming lives and changing the world

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Global Affairs

Social Entrepreneurship: Why the business community holds the key to poverty alleviation

How can the private sector contribute to poverty alleviation and community impact? Why should business leaders care about poverty? Leaders in corporate social responsibility will...

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Health and Society

On TV Cooking Competitions and Croquembouches

Sinaí Vespie is executive pastry chef for Campus Dining at Notre Dame—although dessert fans around the country know her as the winner of season 6 of the Halloween Baking...

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Health and Society

Codeswitching (Part 2)

Want to know how Blacks have lived in two worlds at once? Check out the conversation to find out how we do it. Host: Emorja RobersonGuests: Khalid el-Hakim, Ph.D., Edmund...

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Art and History

RED PENGUINS: Virtual Film Screening and Discussion with Gabe Polsky

Thursday, February 18, 4 p.m. ET —- Complete with gangsters, strippers, and live bears serving beer on a hockey rink, RED PENGUINS (2019) tells the wild forgotten true story of...

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