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The only such collaboration between the Vatican Library and any North American academic institution, the agreement will develop informal exchanges of scholarship.
Nation’s largest chamber music competition to take place May 6-8
Over the course of three days, talented young musicians from around the world compete in three divisions: juniors, senior strings and senior winds.
Looking to advance your career? Notre Dame to hire 100 positions
The University will host a series of career fairs in order to fill more than 100 regular part- and full-time positions created by campus growth and existing vacancies.
Guggenheim Foundation awards fellowships to two Arts and Letters professors
The fellowships, which fund a diverse group scholars, artists and scientists, will go to Anjan Chakravartty and Stephen Fallon.
EVENT RE-SCHEDULED: U.S. Department of the Treasury Deputy Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg highlight Financial Security Day program
The aim of the program is to help individuals, families and small-business owners understand and improve their finances.
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