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Career Development

Leadership Insights for Your Personal Best Part II

Continue the journey to your personal best as a leader. You will be guided by the work of John Kotter, Jim Kouzes, and Barry Posner as presented by Paul Slaggert, Director of the...

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Art and History

Peace, Love, and the Oscars

Ted Barron and Ricky Herbst discuss what’s happening in film, both at the Browning Cinema and in the industry. The former involves the ScreenPeace Film Festival, a collaboration...

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Business

Social Enterprise for Four Changes

This talk is given by Matt Manos, Founder & Managing Director of verynice, a design strategy consultancy that gives half of its work away for free to nonprofit organizations....

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Career Development

Leadership Insights for Your Personal Best Part I

Challenge yourself to become the best leader you can. Join Paul Slaggert for concise insights into valuable leadership models and specific techniques that represent decades of...

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Art and History

Establishing Shot Podcast is Back!

A lot has happened since our May 2016 episode. After host Ted Barron became the DPAC’s Executive Director, the search began for a new cinema curator. Now, our new Cinema Program...

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Science and Technology

Walk This Way: Legged Robots and Human Rehabilitation

Many of the same challenges people experience in recovering their ability to walk after a stroke or spinal cord injury are also found in designing legged robots. This...

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Health and Society

Evolution, Beauty, and Medicine

Presentation given at the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture’s 17th Annual Fall Conference, “You Are Beauty: Exploring the Catholic Imagination.” The Conference...

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Career Development

Working Better Together: Increase Your Cultural Intelligence

Our multicultural world demands that you maximize your cultural intelligence. Join Professor Elizabeth Tuleja, who shares instructive frameworks and busts myths around human...

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Health and Society

Fighting for Better Cancer Detection

It seems black and white: Either you have cancer or you don’t. But for many women the answer is gray. Hazy mammogram gray. In the United States alone, there are nearly 240,000...

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Health and Society

NARCOMEDIA: Latinidad, Drug Economies, and the Cultural Politics of the Kingpin

This talk features Jason Ruiz, an associate professor in the Department of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Ruiz covers his research which includes discussing...

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Career Development

Your Brain @ Work

There’s no question that competition, connectivity, globalization, stress, and technology have a significant impact on the human brain. This webinar will provide practical...

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Health and Society

The Game of the Century: A Clash of Perspectives On and Off the Gridiron

The year 1966 will long be remembered as one of protest and division over the escalating War in Vietnam and the rise of black power. It will also be remembered for a...

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