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Explore human forms of expression, innovation, and creativity that remind us of the uniqueness of the human spirit in the past, present, and future. Discover conversations that impact our shared history, our current cultures, and our potential futures.

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Art and History

Behind Juneteenth: Emancipation

by Julie Tanaka, Curator, Rare Books June 19 marks the celebration of Juneteenth, the name African Americans in Texas gave to emancipation day. On June 19, 1865, Major-General Gordon Granger, Union commander of the Department...

Art and History

Ralph Ellison’s Juneteenth Sermon

Senator Adam Sunraider has a secret. Sunraider’s secret is as audacious as could possibly be imagined: the race-baiting white politician is at least partially black. Raised by a black Baptist preacher and brought up assisting...

Art and History

Rome and the Myth of its Eternity

How do we best conserve our architectural heritage? Join Notre Dame’s School of Architecture and researcher María Margarita Segarra Lagunes of Roma Tre University for a discussion on the history, conservation and restoration...

03:00 PM ET Wed., Jun. 05, 2024
Art and History

May 2024: Farewells and Beginnings

Farewells and beginnings by University of Notre Dame on on Exposure

Art and History

ND Senior Alumni Celebrate 100 Years of God, Country, Notre Dame

Few alums realize that the east entrance to the Basilica of the Sacred Heart is actually the Notre Dame World War I Memorial, dedicated 100 years ago on May 30, 1924. This year’s Notre Dame Senior Alumni Memorial Day program...

12:00 PM ET Mon., May. 27, 2024
Art and History

Boccaccio, the Disguised Revolutionary

The Italian Research Seminar, a core event of the Center for Italian Studies, aims to provide a regular forum for faculty, postdoctoral scholars, graduate students, and colleagues from other universities to present and discuss...

Business


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In a time of increasing globalization, American businesses can be greatly impacted by consumer habits around the world. Notre Dame experts expand upon macroeconomic and consumer trends both domestically and internationally.

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Business

The Courage to Stand Up: CEO of Deloitte Consulting on Ethical Leadership

Skill in enterprise communication, courage to voice values, and willingness to experiment – these are among the “under-appreciated and under-discussed” skills that leaders must embrace for prosperity and impact. Dan...

Business

Navigating New SEC Climate Disclosure Rules: Insights From Accountancy Professor Sandra Vera-Muñoz

On March 6, 2024, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission released new disclosure rules to guide companies on measuring, reporting, and providing assurance on climate-related risks, and to help investors evaluate the impact...

Business

Ethics in Investing: A Discussion with Kristen Bitterly Michell ’02

Kristen Bitterly Michell ’02, the Managing Director and Head of Investing Solutions at Citi Global Wealth, sat down with us to discuss the industry. Kristen was a featured speaker of the 2024 Women’s Investing Summit (WIS)...

Business

AI Ethics: Past, Present, and Future

Join us for a thought-provoking virtual event, “AI Ethics: Past, Present, and Future,” featuring Nicholas Berente, Professor of IT, Analytics, and Operations in the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre...

12:00 PM ET Fri., May. 03, 2024
Business

Adversarial Attacks on Large Language Models

Join us for a captivating virtual event, “Adversarial Attacks on Large Language Models,” featuring distinguished speaker Zico Kolter, Associate Professor of Computer Science and Chief Scientist of AI Research for the Bosch...

12:00 PM ET Fri., Apr. 26, 2024
Business

Digital Empires: The Global Battle to Regulate Technology

Join us for a compelling virtual event, “Digital Empires: The Global Battle to Regulate Technology,” featuring Anu Bradford, Henry L. Moses Distinguished Professor of Law and International Organization at Columbia Law...

12:00 PM ET Fri., Mar. 15, 2024

Career Development


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ThinkND is here to support you over the course of your career and during transitions with series that consider questions of meaning, purpose, and flourishing. Shift your mindsets and think critically about your career.

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Career Development

The Role of Motivation and Engagement in Digital Learning: Toward a Learning Experience Design Model

A large body of research clearly indicates that when learners believe that information is interesting, valuable and intrinsically meaningful, they are more likely to learn the information, and to engage in behaviors related to...

Career Development

Visual Storytelling: Using Graphics to Maximize Vocabulary Acquisition

This presentation examined the use of images, sound, text and video using tools like Thinglink, Adobe Spark, and Panopto to have students learn and enhance language skills through visual storytelling. Presented by the Center for...

Career Development

Reimagining Fulfillment During Midlife And Beyond

Join us for a conversation with Bernie Borges, host of the Midlife Fulfilled Podcast, who has made it his mission to help others find fulfillment in what he refers to as various “seasons of midlife.” Bernie and the Inspired...

12:00 PM ET Thu., Nov. 16, 2023
Career Development

Alumni Career Panel: Women in Sports Tech, Youth Sports, and Sports Media

Join a panel of industry leaders and Notre Dame alumnae to learn about the work they do in the sports tech, youth sports, and sports communication worlds, how they got there, and what advice they have for students interested in...

12:00 PM ET Mon., Nov. 06, 2023
Career Development

Success Stories of Hispanic Alumni of ND

As part of its Hispanic Heritage Month 2023 series of events, the Institute for Latino Studies will host a virtual panel with members of the Hispanic Alumni of Notre Dame (HAND). Panelist will share their stories of success after...

08:00 PM ET Wed., Sep. 20, 2023
Career Development

On Being a Real Estate Entrepreneur

Pat Connaughton ’15 is the Co-Founder and CEO of Three Leaf Development. With a focus on development and property management, Three Leaf has projects in Milwaukee, Portland, and South Bend (Notre Dame), including multi-family...

11:00 AM ET Fri., Sep. 15, 2023

Global Affairs


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Learn how Notre Dame aims to affect positive, significant, and sustainable change in the world. From issues surrounding citizenship and migration to human development and international politics, engage in conversations that seek to improve our global society.

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Global Affairs

Asia Leadership Forum with Maria Ressa

Maria Ressa, a Filipino and American journalist who won the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize for reporting on abuses of power and fake news, delivered the Liu Institute’s Asia Leadership Forum keynote address on March 21, 2023, at the...

Global Affairs

Climate Change and The Limits of Narrative

Join the Kellogg Institute for the introductory session of a workshop refining Kellogg Faculty Fellow Roy Scranton’s draft book project “Ethical Pessimism: Climate Change and the Limits of Narrative.” This first session...

03:00 PM ET Thu., May. 02, 2024
Global Affairs

The Biggest Show on Earth: A Guide to South Asia Elections

The year 2024 is a big one for elections globally, but perhaps nowhere more so than South Asia, home to approximately ÂŒ of the world’s population.  Bhutan and Bangladesh conducted elections in January, Pakistan did so in...

04:30 PM ET Tue., Apr. 16, 2024
Global Affairs

Clingen Conversations: The Irish Language in the USA

Clingen Conversations is sponsored by the Clingen Family Center for the Study of Modern Ireland at the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies, Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame. Speakers:

Global Affairs

Lessons for the West from a Small African Country

Alexander Chula is a Thai-British medical doctor and writer, living and working in London. He studied Classics at Oxford then medicine at the University of London. His first book, Goodbye, Dr Banda, was published by Polygon in...

03:30 PM ET Tue., Mar. 19, 2024
Global Affairs

Legacy Project Lecture Featuring CĂ©cile Mouly: “A network analysis of the work of the Colombian Truth Commission on exile”

The Colombian Truth Commission resulted from the 2016 Colombian Peace Accord and was innovative in various respects. It worked with victims of the country’s protracted civil war, both within Colombia and abroad, using an...

12:30 PM ET Thu., Mar. 07, 2024

Health and Society


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From timely issues of public health and caregiving, to the fight for social justice, listen to experts from the University weigh in on the historical impacts and present and future consequences of the topics that matter most to us all.

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Health and Society

Asian American Distinguished Speaker Series Featuring Ai-jen Poo, National Domestic Workers Alliance

Advancing Visibility, Dignity and Rights for Domestic Workers Labor organizer and social justice activist Ai-jen Poo, co-founder and CEO of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, was the inaugural guest for the Asian American...

Health and Society

Shannon Sharpe/Katt Williams, The Black Impact on the NFL Super Bowl & Taraji P Henson

In the first episode for Season 8, Isaiah and Tykiera talk about the Shannon Sharpe/Katt Williams Interview that took the internet by storm at the beginning of the year as well as Black people’s roles and impacts on the history...

Health and Society

The Black National Anthem & Parent’s Signing Off On Children Reading Black Books

In this week’s episode, Isaiah and Tykiera talk about some tweets about Black people that took Twitter by storm. They also talk about The Black National Anthem, Lift Every Voice and Sing, as well as parents in Florida having to...

Health and Society

Fighting to Protect Our Community

In the wake of a hurricane or storm, engineering professor Tracy Kijewski-Correa is often running towards the destruction. She’s called in to assess damage to buildings and to see which structures weathered the storm well. The...

Health and Society

Picturing a World on the Move

Eva Dziadula and Paul Brenner, co-authored an article titled “Modeling economic migration on a global scale,” published in the Journal of Computational Social Science. Their research uses Python and Jupyter to equip social...

Health and Society

Families Engage in Engineering!

This Research Review showcases digestible findings from faculty and staff in the Center for STEM Education and their partner organizations about how families engage in engineering. For more information about the Center for STEM...

Law and Politics


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From religious liberty and ethical public policies governing emerging technologies, to political discourse and threats to our democracy, explore the world of law and politics through a uniquely Notre Dame lens.

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Law and Politics

Trump’s Legal Battles

John Yoo is the Emanuel Heller Professor of Law at the University of California at Berkeley. He is also a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and a Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford...

03:00 PM ET Fri., Apr. 19, 2024
Law and Politics

Stereotypes, Representation, and Real Talk: Black Law Students Speak Out

In this episode, Aisha Bah ’25 J.D., Joshua Mannery ’24 J.D., and Ayanna Murphy ’25 J.D., from the Notre Dame Black Law Students Association, join Max for a lively discussion on the power of representation in law school,...

12:00 PM ET Wed., Jun. 19, 2024
Law and Politics

Just Action: How to Challenge Segregation Enacted Under the Color of Law

In his best-selling book, The Color of Law, Richard Rothstein demolished the de facto segregation myth that Black and White Americans live separately by choice, providing the most forceful argument ever published on how federal,...

12:00 PM ET Tue., May. 07, 2024
Law and Politics

Stop Making the Business Case for Diversity

In recent years, the business case for diversity has emerged as the go-to argument for why organizations should prioritize diversity in their recruiting efforts. Though most organizations don’t feel the need to explain why they...

12:00 PM ET Mon., Apr. 01, 2024
Law and Politics

New York Times v. Sullivan and the Original Meaning of the First Amendment

Carson Holloway is Ralph Wardle Diamond Professor of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Political Science at the University of Nebraska, Omaha and a Washington Fellow in the Claremont Institute’s Center for the American Way of...

03:30 PM ET Wed., Mar. 27, 2024
Law and Politics

Women in Leadership: A Conversation with Arlene Foster, Former First Minister of Northern Ireland

Please join the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies and its Clingen Center for the Study of Modern Ireland for the first in a new series of public conversations titled Women in Leadership. This series will bring to the...

Leadership


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No matter the industry in which you work, leadership skills are critical to your success. Look to Notre Dame experts for guidance on finding your purpose and becoming a more effective leader.

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Leadership

Navigating Change in Higher Education

During the 2023-2024 academic year, the Inspired Leadership Initiative is exploring the topic of Leadership in Public Conversation. We’ll from leaders across disciplines and industries who can speak to relevant topics in...

12:30 PM ET Thu., Mar. 07, 2024
Leadership

Leadership in College Athletics

During the 2023-2024 academic year, the Inspired Leadership Initiative is exploring the topic of Leadership in Public Conversation. We’ll from leaders across disciplines and industries who can speak to relevant topics in...

12:00 PM ET Thu., Feb. 22, 2024
Leadership

Black Domers: Black Spirituality

“Recent events in our nation have led to a national reckoning, to soul-searching and a demand for action with regard to racial and social injustice
There is a widespread sense of urgency to come together, to take meaningful...

07:00 PM ET Thu., Feb. 29, 2024
Leadership

Black Domers: Black Well-being

“Recent events in our nation have led to a national reckoning, to soul-searching and a demand for action with regard to racial and social injustice
There is a widespread sense of urgency to come together, to take meaningful...

07:00 PM ET Thu., Feb. 22, 2024
Leadership

Black Domers: Blazing Trails in 21st Century Business & Entrepreneurship

“Recent events in our nation have led to a national reckoning, to soul-searching and a demand for action with regard to racial and social injustice
There is a widespread sense of urgency to come together, to take meaningful...

07:00 PM ET Thu., Feb. 15, 2024
Leadership

Black Domers: The Future of Social Justice

“Recent events in our nation have led to a national reckoning, to soul-searching and a demand for action with regard to racial and social injustice
There is a widespread sense of urgency to come together, to take meaningful...

07:00 PM ET Thu., Feb. 08, 2024

Religion and Philosophy


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Guided by the ideal of “faith seeking understanding,” discover lifelong learning at the intersection of faith and reason through the study of Catholicism, history of Christianity, world religions, moral theology, and philosophy.

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Religion and Philosophy

God in Things and People: Commodity Fetishism and the Eucharist

In 2022, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced that the Church in this country would undertake a Eucharistic Revival, as a way to bolster Catholics’ belief in the real presence of Christ–body,...

12:00 PM ET Wed., Jul. 10, 2024
Religion and Philosophy

Fruit of the Earth and Work of Human Hands: Eucharist as Integral Ecology

In 2022, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced that the Church in this country would undertake a Eucharistic Revival, as a way to bolster Catholics’ belief in the real presence of Christ–body,...

12:00 PM ET Tue., Jun. 25, 2024
Religion and Philosophy

A Theology of Migration: The Bodies of Refugees and the Body Of Christ

In 2022, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced that the Church in this country would undertake a Eucharistic Revival, as a way to bolster Catholics’ belief in the real presence of Christ–body,...

12:00 PM ET Thu., Jun. 13, 2024
Religion and Philosophy

A Commitment to the Poor in Practice

In 2022, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced that the Church in this country would undertake a Eucharistic Revival, as a way to bolster Catholics’ belief in the real presence of Christ–body,...

12:00 PM ET Thu., Jun. 06, 2024
Religion and Philosophy

A Commitment to the Poor in Practice

In 2022, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced that the Church in this country would undertake a Eucharistic Revival, as a way to bolster Catholics’ belief in the real presence of Christ–body,...

12:00 PM ET Wed., Apr. 24, 2024
Religion and Philosophy

An Interview with Demetrio S. Yocum, Editor and Translator of “Petrarch’s Penitential Psalms and Prayers”

The University of Notre Dame Press has recently published an interview with senior research associate for the Notre Dame Center for Italian Studies, Demetrio Yocum, for the publication of his newest book, Petrarch’s Penitential...

Science and Technology


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Remain on the cutting edge of education and research in science, technology, engineering, and math while exploring the responsibility of ethical decision-making and how to critically think about and evaluate these new advances.

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Science and Technology

AI and the very old world order

Over the last few years a growing number of scholars have argued that the impact of AI is repeating the patterns of colonial history. If European colonialism was characterized by the violent capture of land, extraction of...

12:00 PM ET Wed., May. 01, 2024
Science and Technology

A Brave New World of AI Governance

Explore the connection between data, geopolitics and governance, regulation, self-regulation while discovering examples of good and bad practices in various sectors, such as healthcare and banking. Speakers: Kay...

12:00 PM ET Wed., Jun. 26, 2024
Science and Technology

Algorethics: potentiality and challenges in the age of AI

Explore the possibilities and challenges in ethical governance of AI through algorethics. Algorethics is a term that has been developed since 2018 to denote the need for a study dedicated to assessing the ethical implications of...

12:00 PM ET Wed., Jun. 12, 2024
Science and Technology

Technology and Democracy

U.S. society is in the throes of deep societal polarization that not only leads to political paralysis, but also threatens the very foundations of democracy. The phrase “The Disunited States of America” is often mentioned....

12:00 PM ET Wed., May. 29, 2024
Science and Technology

Driving Social Impact in public health and conservation

For more than 15 years, Milind Tambe’s team has been focused on AI for social impact, deploying end-to-end systems in areas of public health, conservation and public safety. In this talk Tambe will highlight the results from...

12:00 PM ET Wed., May. 15, 2024
Science and Technology

Driving Social Impact in public health and conservation

For more than 15 years, Milind Tambe’s team has been focused on AI for social impact, deploying end-to-end systems in areas of public health, conservation and public safety. In this talk Tambe will highlight the results from...

12:00 PM ET Wed., May. 15, 2024
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