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Aug 9

Wednesday Aug 9, 2023

ISLA Fall Fellowship Seminar

Location: Hesburgh Library

Come with a project idea and a fellowship in mind. Leave with a first draft of your proposal narrative.

ISLA is very pleased to host a Fall Fellowship Seminar (August 9-11, 2023) for faculty in the College of Arts and Letters. ISLA will provide continental breakfast and lunch as well as coffee, tea, and snacks each day. Childcare subsidies are also available. The seminar will take place Wednesday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. in 231A in Hesburgh Library.…

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Aug 21

Monday Aug 21, 2023

European Connections and Ice Cream Selections

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Location: On the Quad between Nanovic Hall and the Stayer Lot

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Join the Nanovic Institute as we serve hand-crafted small-batch ice cream from Vanilla Bean Creamery while sharing all of the new and exciting student programs coming up this year!

 

Free and open to all current Notre Dame undergraduate students. You are welcome to bring a friend or two!…

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Aug 24

Thursday Aug 24, 2023

Ukraine Independence Day Celebration

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Location: Forum, 1st floor, Nanovic Hall

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Celebrate Ukraine Independence Day with the Ukraine Society at the University of Notre Dame (USUND) and the Nanovic Institute for European Studies on Thursday, August 24, in the Jenkins Nanovic Halls Forum. This event will feature Ukrainian photos, art, and cultural exhibits, as well as songs and reflections.…

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Aug 25

Friday Aug 25, 2023

Shifting the Conversation about Early Voting

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

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Anand Edward Sokhey (Ohio State University, 2009) joined the CU faculty in 2009 after receiving his Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. Anand specializes in American politics, and his research examines how formal and informal political conversations, interpersonal networks, and environments -- whether defined in terms of organizations or geographic boundaries -- independently and interactively shape opinion formation and decision-making. His research intersects with scholarship on communication, gender, religion and politics, and political psychology, and much of it is characterized by original data collection. He is the co-author of Keller Center for the Study of the First Amendment

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Aug 28

Monday Aug 28, 2023

Virtues and Vocations Webinar: Hope, Human Flourishing, & Higher Education

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Location: Zoom Webinar

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Virtues & Vocations is a national forum for scholars and practitioners across disciplines to consider how best to cultivate character in pre-professional and professional education.

 

On August 28, the Center for Social Concerns will host a virtual panel discussion on hope, human flourishing and higher education featuring:…

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Aug 31

Thursday Aug 31, 2023

ND Democracy Talk | A Puritan Named Kennedy and the Biblical Roots of Democracy

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

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Join us for an interactive talk with Rev. Dr. Richard Hyde who writes and lectures on religion and American public life. He will discuss the philosophical and theological concepts in the opening lines of President Kennedy's Inaugural Address.

 

The Rev. Dr. Richard Allen Hyde began his ministry as the associate chaplain of Dartmouth College. Since then he has pastored churches in Vermont, Massachusetts, California, Maine, and now California, where he is the pastor of the Community United Church of San Carlos. He tries to live up to the civic and theological commitments of the founders of New England Congregationalism.…

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