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  • "Ru-dy! Ru-dy! Ru-dy!"

    “Rudy” returns to the big screen at Notre Dame Stadium on Aug. 30 at the third annual Flick on the Field, a free community event.

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  • The James R. Squire Office of Policy Research in the English Language Arts will create studies that advance knowledge and inform policy on teaching English language arts, such as incorporating media and digital literacies into teaching English and increasing the engagement of vulnerable youth by tapping into popular culture to improve literacy outcomes.

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  • Mark your calendar for the 2019-2020 Academic Year Opening Mass and picnic on Tuesday, August 27!

    All students, faculty, staff and families are invited to Mass in Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center followed by a picnic in Notre Dame Stadium: https://go.nd.edu/OpeningMass

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  • Did you know over one million people die from diseases spread by mosquitoes each year? Malaria is one of the biggest culprits, with about 219 million new cases annually.

    But Notre Dame researchers are fighting back against this global health threat: https://go.nd.edu/worldmosquitoday2019

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  • Notre Dame and South Bend Venues Parks & Arts broke ground today on a 2.5-megawatt hydroelectric generation facility on the dam in the St. Joseph River in downtown South Bend. The facility is expected to generate about 7 percent of the University’s electrical needs and offset nearly 9,700 tons of carbon dioxide annually.

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  • Seven faculty members in the Colleges of Science and Engineering have been awarded grants through the NDnano Seed Grant Program to support sustainable energy, material and new tech research.

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  • Last month, the Keough School of Global Affairs, University of Notre Dame office in Washington D.C. hosted an event exploring how the US government, academia, civil society and NGOs can work together to prevent violent conflict and build sustainable peace in the most vulnerable parts of the world.

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  • Students working with the Energy and Sustainable Development with Design Research Lab are aiming to address wealth, health and energy disparities in developing countries: go.nd.edu/c8ad1e

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  • "As she held my hand she just kept saying the two most comforting words any human being can say to another. As she held my hand, she just kept saying over and over, 'I'm here. I'm here.'"

    Marcus Engle is adjunct instructor in the Pathos Project class in the College of Science: https://ntrda.me/CompassionateCare

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  • A social enterprise program that fortifies and delivers salt via the marketplace in Haiti has not only been effective at combatting Lymphatic Filariasis, but is also more cost-effective and financially sustainable than annual mass drug distribution efforts according to a new Notre Dame study: https://go.nd.edu/e8e718

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  • More than 300 students studying abroad in Ireland have participated in the Dublin Community Based Learning Program throughout the past 10 years.

    Students work with local organizations that meet the needs of vulnerable Dublin residents and "have the opportunity to build relationships with a variety of Dubliners whom they would otherwise not encounter in neighbourhoods unfrequented by tourists and visitors,” says Rosie McDowell, program director.

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  • The new Faith and Freedom Project "will pose a set of questions about the role of various religious groups — Roman Catholic, Greek Catholic, Orthodox, Muslim, Jewish and others — in Central and Eastern European societies and launch an academic study into the ways contemporary religious actors affect civil society.”

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  • “Mike Bennett made everything and everyone he touched better — the natural consequence of his uncompromising professionalism and unfailingly positive personality,” Vice President and Director of Athletics Jack Swarbrick said. “Mike’s smile and his willingness to help both were ever-present. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him, but his memory, his impact and the images he captured will remain part of the fabric of Notre Dame Athletics for years to come.”

    Our prayers go out to Mike's family and friends. May he rest in peace: https://go.nd.edu/eb87ea

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  • Researchers from at Notre Dame received $180.6 million in research funding for fiscal year 2019 — a more than 27 percent increase from last year.

    The awards received support a broad range of projects that tackle globally significant issues, including vector-borne diseases, cancer, psychology, nanotechnology, hypersonics and much more: https://go.nd.edu/bfdf41

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University of Notre Dame
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  • This summer, students in the the Keough School of Global Affairs Integration Lab (i-Lab) are getting hands-on global experiences working in the field with partner organizations. Get a closer look at the research projects they're working on in 10 different countries: https://go.nd.edu/f34064

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  • Provost Thomas G. Burish will step down as provost at the conclusion of his current five-year term on July 1, 2020.

    John J. Brennan, chair of the Board of Trustees, explains his impact on the University: "For nearly 15 years, Tom Burish has guided the strategy and investments that enhanced our faculty and strengthened our scholarship to the great benefit of our undergraduate and graduate students, created new research programs and partnerships, and significantly advanced Notre Dame’s academic reputation among the nation’s leading universities. Tom also was the driving force behind many of the University’s major initiatives, including the creation of the Harper Cancer Research Institute, the Keough School of Global Affairs and the IDEA Center, Notre Dame’s hub of innovation, entrepreneurship and commercialization."

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  • Psychology Professor Laura Miller-Graff brings healing and hope to the littlest victims of violence, abuse and trauma: go.nd.edu/1ed9c3

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  • More than 50 interns from Indiana schools are tackling projects in the South Bend-Elkhart Region as part of the Bowman Creek Educational Ecosystem operated by the Center for Civic Innovation at Notre Dame: https://go.nd.edu/d4e332

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  • Started with a gift of $20 million from Sean and Sue Cullinan, the Office of Student Enrichment helps first-generation and low-income students adjust to the college environment and helps under-resourced students have a full Notre Dame experience.

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  • While there is limited targeted drug therapy for the most aggressive type of breast cancer, new Notre Dame research shows an already FDA-approved drug that treats other types may work for triple-negative breast cancer.

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  • Engineering professor Pinar Zorlatuna, whose research was featured in this 2018 "What Would You Fight For?" video, has been named a recipient of the 2019 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers: https://go.nd.edu/80f160

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  • Two Notre Dame alumni and their teams are working together to develop a spacecraft intended to transport humans to Mars.

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  • Notre Dame researchers are partnering with the National Institute on Aging and the National Cancer Institute to explore why age is significant in developing ovarian cancer, and how it can negatively affect tumor growth and patient survival.

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  • While in Rome last month for a dialogue on energy transition co-sponsored by Notre Dame and the Vatican, Fr. Jenkins discussed the traits that distinguish Catholic universities with ZENIT - News Agency.

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