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  • Executives from among the world’s leading energy producers and investors concluded two days of dialogue on energy transition co-sponsored by Notre Dame and the Vatican, with — for the first time — most signing statements of support for carbon pricing and disclosures on climate change risk.

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  • Within the next 80 years, global food demand is expected to increase sharply to meet the needs of a projected world population topping 11 billion. The increase in agriculture will likely influence human infectious diseases, which in turn may affect food, according to a review paper by Notre Dame biologist Jason Rohr and collaborators. Rohr is working to devise novel strategies to combat these emerging issues.

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  • Notre Dame researchers have developed small drug-targeting molecules that may be hundreds to thousands of times more effective at delivering potent drugs to desired sites of disease, including cancer.

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  • When John Drumm ’97 M.B.A. reads to his daughter, Gabriela, at bedtime, it’s more than likely a book about a princess. And while his daughter loves these fairytale stories, Drumm noticed troubling themes in the books so he rewrote the classic tales to empower girls.

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  • Spanish students in community-based learning courses average about 1,500 hours of service per year in South Bend. This past semester, one class interviewed immigrant families to create books in Spanish laying out their story and another provided translation services for Spanish-speaking families at financial and reading literacy nights that a local elementary school offers.

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  • A group of scientists including Professor Harindra Joseph Fernando, lead principal investigator of the study for the U.S. group, have released the first of several reports outlining major results that could help wind industry officials manage wind power facilities more efficiently and increase renewable energy production.

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  • Executive Vice President John Affleck-Graves received the Sagamore of the Wabash award Tuesday, as well as the keys to the cities of South Bend and Mishawaka and to St. Joseph County, at the annual President’s Community Breakfast on campus.

    Created in the 1940s by Gov. Ralph Gates, the Sagamore of the Wabash is presented by the governor of Indiana to people who have provided distinguished service to the state. Its name is derived from the term used by American Indian tribes for tribal chiefs and the Wabash River, the state river of Indiana.

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  • When a South Bend man went to the Notre Dame Clinical Law Center seeking help with a tax issue he got more than he expected. Danny Domingo, a Notre Dame Law School student who graduated in May, and others at the Clinic also provided financial planning assistance and legal counseling that helped him access more than $10,000 of his own money that he thought had been seized.

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  • Diane Desierto, a professor of human rights law and global affairs in the Keough School of Global Affairs, recently addressed the United Nations Working Group on the Right to Development when it met at U.N. headquarters in Geneva this May.

    She is assisting member states in drafting a new treaty declaring development as a human right.

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  • When Megan Crowley was diagnosed with Pompe disease in 1998 her parents were told she likely wouldn't survive. Instead, she thrived as a member of the Notre Dame Class of 2019.

    Read her story in The Wall Street Journal: https://go.nd.edu/crowleywsj

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  • Over the past six years, the annual Old2Gold sale has raised $205,500 for local charitable organizations. The sale includes items donated by Notre Dame students at the close of the academic year, including clothing, bicycles, furniture, refrigerators, storage bins, bedding, housewares and other items. This year, the sale also includes new, discounted apparel from the Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore and used office furniture from Notre Dame Surplus.

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  • The full holdings of G.K. Chesterton's library — housed at the Oxford Oratory since 2013 — will be transferred to the Notre Dame London Global Gateway on Trafalgar Square, providing increased access to researchers and Chesterton enthusiasts.

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  • Three graduate students have received summer fellowships from Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics to conduct research on campus that aims to combat disease or promote health.

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  • The latest episode of the Notre Dame Stories podcast looks at preparing for the future in two very different economic circumstances: In the US, how AI and advanced technology could disrupt the workforce; and in the Amazon basin, how indigenous people are bolstering production of a common food staple.

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  • Today, we remember all the men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country, as well as all of their families. Thank you.

    This statue of Rev. William Corby, C.S.C., two-term president of Notre Dame and chaplain of the Civil War's 88th New York Regiment, was unveiled on campus on Memorial Day 1911. It shows Fr. Corby as he gave absolution to soldiers at the Battle of Gettysburg and is a replica of the statue at Gettysburg National Military Park.

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  • Nearly two years after opening its doors in 2017, Notre Dame’s first new school in nearly a century celebrated its first graduating class. The class represents 22 different countries ranging from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.

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University of Notre Dame
University of Notre Dame
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  • After Hurricane María caused severe damage to Puerto Rico in September 2017, organizations, including Notre Dame, stepped in to support the people on the island. Here are four recent efforts by Notre Dame faculty and students.

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  • Our prayers are with the family, friends and students of law professor John Copeland Nagle who passed away Saturday following surgery and a brief illness.

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  • Graduates Always know that you are in our prayers here, and wherever you go, and whatever happens in your life, you will always have a home at Notre Dame to renew your heart and refresh your spirit.

    Congratulations to the Class of 2019!

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University of Notre Dame
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  • Today is the big day! The 174th University Commencement Ceremony begins at 8 a.m.

    You can follow along with the ceremony at: http://ntrda.me/NDGraduation

    Share your memories and photos of the weekend using #ND2019

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  • COMMENCEMENT LOCATION UPDATE:

    Due to the high probability of heavy rain and lightning, today's 174th University Commencement Ceremony has moved to Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center, beginning two hours earlier than scheduled, at 8 a.m. Individual diploma ceremonies also will start earlier than scheduled, at noon Sunday.

    Only guests with a red severe weather ticket will be seated in Purcell Pavilion. For guests without a ticket, a closed-circuit broadcast will be available in the north dome of the Joyce Center; in auditoriums in the DeBartolo Hall classroom building, Jordan Hall of Science and Compton Family Ice Arena; and on commencement.nd.edu and WNIT2 (Channel 34.2).

    Doors to the center will open at 7 a.m. There will be no procession by the graduates or faculty, who may enter through any door and seat themselves beginning at 7 a.m.

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University of Notre Dame
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  • Update 6:30 a.m. 5/19:

    Due to the high probability of heavy rain and lightning, today's 174th University Commencement Ceremony has moved to Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center, beginning two hours earlier than scheduled, at 8 a.m. Individual diploma ceremonies also will start earlier than scheduled, at noon Sunday.

    Only guests with a red severe weather ticket will be seated in Purcell Pavilion. For guests without a ticket, a closed-circuit broadcast will be available in the north dome of the Joyce Center; in auditoriums in the DeBartolo Hall classroom building, Jordan Hall of Science and Compton Family Ice Arena; and on commencement.nd.edu and WNIT2 (Channel 34.2).

    Doors to the center will open at 7 a.m. There will be no procession by the graduates or faculty, who may enter through any door and seat themselves beginning at 7 a.m.

    Commencement Scheduling Update:

    Due to the threat of inclement weather, the 174th University Commencement Ceremony on Sunday will begin two hours earlier than scheduled, at 8 a.m., tentatively in Notre Dame Stadium.

    A final decision on whether to hold the ceremony in the stadium or in Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center will be communicated at 6 a.m. Sunday via email to faculty, staff and students; on the University’s home page (nd.edu); and through official University social media accounts.

    The gates to either venue will open at 7 a.m. There will be no procession by the graduates or faculty. If the ceremony is in the stadium, graduates should enter through the north (Rockne) gate and seat themselves beginning at 7. If the ceremony moves to the Joyce Center, they can enter through any gate.

    Individual diploma ceremonies also will start earlier than scheduled, at noon Sunday.

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