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Nagasaki

Webcast: "Catholics Commemorate 75 Years after Hiroshima and Nagasaki"

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Location: Online Pre-recorded Webcast

This pre-recorded webcast features: ​Most Reverend Mitsuaki Takami, archbishop of Nagasaki and president of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Japan; Most Reverend David Malloy, bishop of the Diocese of Rockford, Illinois and chairman of the Committee on International Justice and Peace, United...

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Virtual Panel Discussion: "Inclusivity in the Post-Pandemic World"

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Location: Virtual panel discussion

The World Health Organization estimates 15% of the world’s population lives with some form of disability. The sudden global outbreak of COVID-19 has created immediate challenges and heretofore unimaginable situations for people with disabilities to navigate. What challenges do people...

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(POSTPONED) Concert: George Strait with Special Guests Chris Stapleton and Brothers Osborne

Location: Notre Dame Stadium

Postponed to Aug. 7, 2021. In the interest of spectator safety during the coronavirus pandemic, country music legend George Strait announced that his Aug. 15 “Strait to South Bend” concert at Notre Dame Stadium has been postponed to Aug. 7 of...

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Sculpt'd

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Location: Charles B. Hayes Family Sculpture Park

Start your morning off with a progressive boot camp workout in the Charles B. Hayes Family Sculpture Park. Join RecSports and the Snite Museum of Art at the northeast corner of the park (the area closest to the Compton Family Ice...

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Mexico Virtual Lecture Series

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Location: via Zoom

Estela Rivero is a research associate in Notre Dame’s Pulte Institute for Global Development, where she conducts research aimed at improving social interventions and programs around the globe. She has extensive experience in Mexico evaluating the outcomes of education initiatives and understanding...

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Auditions — ND Theatre NOW: "Lysistrata"

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Location: Grassy area near DPAC playground

This fresh, fast-paced comedy, inspired by the Aristophanes play, follows Lysistrata, an Athenian housewife, who calls for the women of Greece to help end the Peloponnesian War. She proposes a radical plan: all Greek women must refuse to engage in love...

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Virtual Meeting: International Development Studies

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At a time when research has become more challenging then ever, international development students are learning to adapt. Speak with IDS seniors who will talk about their capstone projects and how they were able to adapt their research this year. Meet students of...

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"A Conversation on Race, Class, and Gender"

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Location: Virtual Event

Join the Kroc Institute for a conversation on race, class, gender, and their intersections featuring Beverly Daniel Tatum, president emerita of Spelman College, and David Anderson Hooker, associate professor of the practice of conflict transformation and peacebuilding.  Register to attend...

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Auditions — ND Theatre NOW: "Lysistrata"

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Location: Grassy area near DPAC playground

This fresh, fast-paced comedy, inspired by the Aristophanes play, follows Lysistrata, an Athenian housewife, who calls for the women of Greece to help end the Peloponnesian War. She proposes a radical plan: all Greek women must refuse to engage in love...

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Lecture: "Anti-Racism as a Moral Imperative" by Archbishop Wilton Gregory

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Location: via Zoom

Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Archbishop Wilton Gregory explores anti-racism as a moral imperative in the Catholic faith. Archbishop Gregory has written extensively on church issues, including pastoral statements on the death penalty and physician-assisted...

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(Save the Date!) 14th Annual Notre Dame Energy Week

Location: Zoom

The 14th Annual Notre Dame Energy Week will be held earlier in the semester from August 24–28 to coincide with this year's earlier start for students. Originally planned for October 26–30, please mark your calendar with the new date!  Planning is currently underway...

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2040

Virtual Film Screening of the Documentary "2040"

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Location: Online

Energy Week will kick off with an exclusive virtual viewing of the 90-minute, informative and forward-looking documentary, "2040," open to students, faculty and staff at the University of Notre Dame! Starting Monday, August 17, at 12:00 p.m., tickets will be available...

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(Save the Date!) 14th Annual Notre Dame Energy Week

Location: Zoom

The 14th Annual Notre Dame Energy Week will be held earlier in the semester from August 24–28 to coincide with this year's earlier start for students. Originally planned for October 26–30, please mark your calendar with the new date!  Planning is currently underway...

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Discussion: "ND Energy Bouts...What Would You Fight For?"

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Location: Zoom

If you had $100 million to donate for innovative research in the fields of solar, wind, and/or nuclear energy, how would you distribute it? Join ND Energy as we host a rematch between three prominent Notre Dame researchers who will...

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(Save the Date!) 14th Annual Notre Dame Energy Week

Location: Zoom

The 14th Annual Notre Dame Energy Week will be held earlier in the semester from August 24–28 to coincide with this year's earlier start for students. Originally planned for October 26–30, please mark your calendar with the new date!  Planning is currently underway...

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Presentation and Conversation: "Notre Dame’s Energy Future…Growing Greener"

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Location: Zoom

In 2019, the University of Notre Dame beat its own sustainability goal by burning its last piece of coal a year ahead of schedule. Carbon emissions are down by 50% based on the gross square footage of campus, compared to 2005 baseline...

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(Save the Date!) 14th Annual Notre Dame Energy Week

Location: Zoom

The 14th Annual Notre Dame Energy Week will be held earlier in the semester from August 24–28 to coincide with this year's earlier start for students. Originally planned for October 26–30, please mark your calendar with the new date!  Planning is currently underway...

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Student Panel Discussion: "Research in the Time of COVID-19"

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At a time when travel bans are part of everyday life, how do undergraduate students explore their international interests? Hear students of the Kellogg, Liu, Pulte and Nanovic Institutes share their experiences and find out what international opportunities are available to you this academic year...

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Panel Discussion: "It Can’t Be Done…Or Can It?"

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Location: Zoom

Patrick Regan, former professor of political science and peace studies and associate director of ND-GAIN, the Global Adaptation Initiative at Notre Dame, left the University a year ago to begin “practicing what he had preached.” Regan is the founder and...

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(Save the Date!) 14th Annual Notre Dame Energy Week

Location: Zoom

The 14th Annual Notre Dame Energy Week will be held earlier in the semester from August 24–28 to coincide with this year's earlier start for students. Originally planned for October 26–30, please mark your calendar with the new date!  Planning is currently underway...

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Roundtable Discussion and Keynote: "The Future of Privacy, from Ireland to America"

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Location: Virtual Event

The Law School is supporting its continued presence in Ireland and its partnerships with local firms and institutions in Dublin with an event The Future of Privacy co-hosted with Twitter on August 27, 2020. Join us as we explore privacy...

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Panel Discussion: "The Future of Mobility ... Tough Choices Ahead"

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Location: Zoom

Moderated by Jonathan George, Mendoza MBA student and president of Net Impact, the following panelists will provide a brief overview of their current initiatives related to energy efficient transportation management, services, design, production, and use, as well as the impact these...

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