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Friday, February 23, 2018

Silent Retreat

(part of a series)

Location: Moreau Seminary

Looking for God in your life? Ready to take some time away from your usual routine for a retreat focused on silent prayer and reflection? This weekend silent retreat offers time for personal prayers, reflection, discernment, time with a spiritual director and growth. The retreat is open to any member of the Notre Dame community and will take place February, 23-35, 2018 beginning at 5:30 p.m. Friday through 1 p.m. on Sunday. Learn more and register here

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Ten Years Hence Lecture Series: "Human-machine partnership: Thinking about the future"

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Location: Stayer Center for Executive Education, Morris Commons

Nitesh Chawla

Nitesh Chawla is the Frank M. Freimann Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame. 

Ten Years Hence is sponsored by the O’Brien-Smith Leadership Program. This is the second lecture in the Ten Years Hence Lecture Series. See the website

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GLOBES Scholar Series: "Rethinking Failure in Law and Science" (Talks intersecting environment and society)

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Location: Carey Auditorium 107

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Sean Seymore is a Professor of Law and a Professor of Chemistry at Vanderbilt University. His talk, “Rethinking Failure in Law and Sciences” addresses how patent law should change in response to scientific advances and how the formation of public policy should be impacted by law and science. Professor Seymore graduated from the University of Tennessee as a Tennessee Scholar with his B.S. in Chemistry. He received his M.S. in Chemistry from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He earned a Ph.D. in Chemistry and a law degree from the University of Notre Dame.…

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Friday at Noon Concert

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Location: LaBar Recital Hall

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Fridays at Noon recitals take place in the new O’Neill Hall on select Fridays. These short, informal concerts feature student performers in a wide variety of repertoire; admission is free. 

This performance will include students, Katie Surine ’18 voice,  Erica Forbes ‘21, voice, Zachary Pearson  ’21 voice, Aileen Markovitz ’19, voice. …

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Peace Meals Lunch: "Sanctuary: Accompaniment as Resistance"

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Location: Geddes Hall, Coffee House

Speaker: Leo Guardado, Ph.D. Candidate in Systematic Theology and Peace Studies. 

Originally published at conductorshare.nd.edu.…

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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Exhibit: Modern Women's Prints

(part of a series)

Location: O’Shaughnessy Gallery West, Snite Museum of Art

Modern Women’s Prints includes over thirty works drawn from the permanent collection of the Snite Museum, some of which have never been on public view in the Museum.  The selected prints are by female artists whose styles are drawn from many cultural traditions, and reflect the full array of printmaking techniques.  Among the artists represented are Jennifer Bartlett, Deborah Muirhead Dancy, Grace Hartigan, Lee Krasner, Koo Kyung Sook, and Emmi Whitehorse.

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Sunday, March 25, 2018

Exhibition: "Money Worries"

(part of a series)

Location: Snite Museum of Art

O’Shaughnessy Galleries II & III

January 21 through March 25, 2018

Money is a frequent source of anxiety and stress in our daily lives. How do we get it? How do we keep it? What do we do with it once we have it? Bank notes are fundamentally promissory notes that generate and structure interpersonal and social relations. How does that affect our understanding of our own self-worth, the value we place on others, and our relationships to them? The “flip-side” of making value is making inequality. This exhibition aims to disrupt visitors’ received attitudes toward money, wealth, and poverty by examining various forms of antique and modern currency and anachronistic juxtapositions of historical and contemporary depictions in art of financial transactions, allegories, and portraits. Visitors will also have an opportunity to play digital or board games that challenge assumptions of “fairness” both in the artificial environment of the game and in life.

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