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New Notre Dame International series to tackle global water crisis

Notre Dame International (NDI), with support from its global network, is launching an interactive series on ThinkND that highlights the water crisis around the world....

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Evidence Matters: Building Great Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships, Part II – After the Evaluation

This interactive session hosted by the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities and King County (Seattle) Metro Transit will explore the benefits of continued strong...

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Fr. Lou DelFra: Education, Uplifted.

From Philly soft pretzels and New Year’s celebrations to the essential role of lay people as agents of spirituality in our Church

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Father Lou DelFra, C.S.C. joins Think.Pair.Share. for Catholic Schools Week

Fr. Lou DelFra, the director of pastoral life for Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE), joins Think.Pair.Share. to kick off the podcast’s second season and...

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Week 1: January 18

Black@ND hosts a live episode during Notre Dame’s 2021 Walk the Walk Week! We brought some of your favorite Black student groups to the stage to discuss what it means to be...

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hodgePOD 21: Year-End Compilation

A year-end compilation of just a few of the fun and memorable moments from our inaugural year conversations. Thank you to our listeners, the team at the Institute for Education...

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Week 12: December 9

Remember when #Facebook shut down the accounts of those who participated in the #insurrection? Whew! The semester is wrapping up and students are tired, stressed, and ready to go...

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Week 11: December 2

Brian Kelly is abruptly leaving Notre Dame to go to LSU and a 15-year-old has murdered four fellow high school students in Michigan. What in the world is happening? Host: Emorja...

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Mike Macaluso: Education, Animated.

From reflections on being the Notre Dame leprechaun to inspiring lifelong, engaged readers

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Week 10: November 18

Why would you want to dress up as the Ku Klux Klan and tase a Black student?! Really? Host: Emorja Roberson Co-hosts: Euda Fils, Daut’e Martin, Blake Woods

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Art and History

On ‘One Week in America’

Patrick Parr is the author of two books of nonfiction, both with Chicago Review Press. His first, “The Seminarian: Martin Luther King Jr. Comes of Age,” was published in 2018...

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Religion and Philosophy

Racial Justice: Solidarity and the Church’s Call to Action

Gloria Purvis discusses, “Racial Justice: Solidarity and the Church’s Call to Action.” This lecture was recorded in Hesburgh Library on November 16, 2021.

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