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Art and History

Frightfully Fun Films and Costumes in Film History

Ted and Ricky rundown a sööper spööky October film lineup with plenty of family-friendly and more mature frights, alongside the launch of two new Learning Beyond the Classics...

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Becoming Dads: How Evolution Helps Us Understand Men’s Hormones, Behavior, and Health as Fathers

Human fathers shape their children’s well-being through a range of parenting behaviors. While common for humans, this is rare for mammals. This talk will shed light on how...

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Food and Thought

A look at ideas that are addressing major food-related problems: A potential breakthrough on peanut allergies. Learn more about how Basar Bilgicer, associate professor of...

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Religion and Philosophy

The Church Crisis: Where Are We Now?

In opening remarks for the inaugural event of the 2019-20 Notre Dame Forum, “‘Rebuild My Church’: Crisis and Response,” Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., president of the...

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Notre Dame study: 6 percent of seminarians report sexual misconduct; 90 percent report none

According to new research from the University of Notre Dame’s McGrath Institute for Church Life, 6 percent of Catholic seminarians across the country say they have experienced...

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The Great Dividend

The Inspired Leadership Initiative welcomed two highly respected authors to the University of Notre Dame. Chris Farrell and Marc Freedman will be sharing their expertise on...

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Study of the nervous system could have implications for regenerative medicine and cancer

In order for the central nervous system (CNS) to communicate to the rest of the body, the brain and spinal cord house nerves that send and receive signals via neurons or nerve...

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Fighting to Help Others Walk Again

Marissa Koscielski ’17, ’18M.S., was in eighth grade when she fractured her pelvis and lower back in a gymnastics accident. Instead of slowly healing, she developed flu...

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Domer Dozen 2019 Honoree: Jane Lee ’09

Jane Lee ’09 works as an assistant professor at the University of Washington. Lee’s work is focused on educating and aiding underserved immigrant groups who lack access to...

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Domer Dozen 2019 Honoree: Dr. Mikey Maurer ’11

Dr. Mikey Maurer ’11 works as an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine. He focuses on providing health care to uninsured and...

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Domer Dozen 2019 Honoree: Adebola Giwa ’09

Dr. Adebola Giwa ’09 works as a pediatric endocrinologist at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center as part of a team that is researching a potential cure for type 1 diabetes. Dr....

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