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Central American Democracy in Peril? New Findings from El Salvador in Context

Is the democratic experiment over in El Salvador? With control of the legislative assembly and presidency, the government of El Salvador has recently taken dramatic steps to...

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Kristin Valentino: Education, Analyzed.

From daring to compete as a race car driver to discovering how the transactional nature through which children’s interactions with their family, community, and culture can shape...

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Kevin Baxter: Education, Committed.

From contemplating a guitar duet with Bruce Springsteen to leading the charge for thriving Catholic schools across the United States

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Science and Technology

The Promise and the Peril of Facial Recognition

During the academic year, we run a monthly live event series called Research Uncorked. Just like the podcast, it features informal interviews with leading scholars and...

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Mother’s Helper

A decade ago, while working at a foster care agency, Emily Rupchock '20 M.N.A. befriended a girl named Brit, who had been in the system for most of her life. “We would get...

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Student Talk 101

As the semester draws to a close, we decided to kick it with a few students to see how their school experience has been. Check it out!

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VFX Superstar

Kendra Washington-Bass '94 is a Notre Dame alumna and recently her son, Julian Bass, became known as the VFX Superstar of social media. Find out how he did it!

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Maria McKenna: Education, Unified.

From the origins of Sesame Street and Photovoice, to the pedagogy of vulnerability to equity, inclusion, and diversity as foundations of education

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The Unapologetic Guide to Black Mental Health

Tap in to the conversation with the author of, The Unapologetic Guide to Black Mental Health, Dr. Rheeda Walker.

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ND in the Fight Against Human Trafficking

What do you know about human trafficking? What do you need to know? What can we do to end this evil? Join us for “Human Trafficking & Forced Labor: An Introduction to the...

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Are We There Yet: Doctors (Part 2)

How many dentists do you know have their face on a bus in New York City? Listen in to see how the pandemic has affected her career. Host: Emorja RobersonGuest: Dr. Aaleeyah Pringle

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Notre Dame’s Happy Families Project offers paid opportunity to Indiana families seeking better communication tools

Family life isn’t always harmonious, and the stress and anxiety brought on by the pandemic has certainly led to more difficulties for many families living under one roof....

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