Labor Curious? Visit the Labor Cafe for Caffeine, Conversation, and Community!
The Labor Café is where the ND community convenes for coffee and casual conversation on contemporary questions about work, workers, and workplaces. Participants choose the topics, all people are welcome, and all opinions are tolerated.…
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In summer 1967, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., president of the University of Notre Dame as well as of the International Federation of Catholic Universities, invited a group of Catholic university administrators, leaders of religious communities, bishops, and scholars to Land O'Lakes, Wisconsin, to discuss the past, present, and future of Catholic higher education. The document they produced, known as the Land O'Lakes Statement, sought to chart a new course for American Catholic higher education. …
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The Thomas H. Quinn Lecture: Exponential Tech: Innovation & Disruption on the Road Ahead
By Peter H. Diamandis
International Pioneer in Innovation
Co-Founder of Singularity University
Fortune’s “The Worlds’s 50 Greatest Leaders”
A pioneer in commercial spaceflight, Diamandis will present the coming tech disruptions and their ability to transform industries and solve humanity’s grand challenges.…
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Larry Silver, Farquhar Professor of Art History at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dutch seventeenth-century painting, primarily known for its naturalism, posed particular problems for a painter of religious stories like Rembrandt. As this lecture will show, angels often participate in religious events, present in the Old Testament, although their presence diminishes across time, as God––and angels as His agents––become less visible and interact less directly with humankind in later biblical history. With the advent of Christ in the New Testament, angels give way to the divine nature of Jesus in the world, though they sometimes accompany significant moments in the Gospels as well.
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