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New initiative supports international students unable to return to campus

Notre Dame International has launched a new initiative to better support international students unable to return to campus for the current academic semester and beyond. The initiative, called Engage ND, helps connect students to campus resources and the Notre Dame global network, enhancing their experience and relationship with the University.…...
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Notre Dame files formal comment with Department of Homeland Security

Three University of Notre Dame leaders have filed a formal comment on behalf of the University urging the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to withdraw a proposed rule that would make it harder for international students to enroll in U.S. universities. The comment amplifies concerns expressed this week in a...
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Virtual ThinkND series explores communicating across cultures

A new fall online series offered by the University of Notre Dame Alumni Association is aimed at helping participants develop communication skills critical to enhancing cultural awareness, knowledge and practical skills in the increasingly diverse contemporary workplace.
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The Future of Privacy brings together global audience in virtual event

The world's top privacy lawyers and scholars will discuss the future of privacy in an exclusive online event August 27, with opening remarks from former Irish President Mary McAleese and a keynote presentation by Irish Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon.  “The Future of Privacy, from Ireland to America,”…
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Notre Dame suspends all fall study abroad programs

After considering the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic’s impact worldwide and consulting with faculty, domestic and international medical professionals, peers and other experts, the University has suspended all undergraduate and graduate study abroad programs for the fall semester.
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The Arts in Ireland: The Massive Impact of COVID-19

With remarkable ingenuity and creativity, arts organizations throughout Ireland have reached out to citizens isolated in their homes. Yet, lacking live audiences and patrons, the COVID-19 pandemic poses an existential threat to the arts. Catherine Wilsdon, the Keough-Naughton Institute's Dublin Programme Manager & Liaison comments.
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Coping with COVID: Reimagining your life with Melvin Dowdy

During this time of upheaval and uncertainty, the Kylemore Abbey Global Centre would like to offer opportunities for inspiration, encouragement and reflection, perhaps leading to a reconnection with your own creative, inner resources. Guided by faculty member Dr. Melvin Dowdy from the executive Inspirational Leadership program at Kylemore, participants will...