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The Opportunity of Inquiry

For scholars who share a common passion for inquiry because of what it can reveal about our world and ourselves, there is opportunity here.

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Faith & Service

The Demands of Justice

Notre Dame is animated by a faith that inspires us to seek knowledge because of the powerful tool it can be to improve humankind.

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The Connected World

Notre Dame seeks to be in the world, and to bring the world to Notre Dame, because inquiry and scholarly exchange are enriched by the pursuit of cultural fluency.

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New visual scale offers simple measure to help identify job burnout


New visual scale offers simple measure to help identify job burnout

Similar to the smiley face pain scale used in doctors’ offices and hospitals (Wong-Baker FACES), the Matches Measure describes burnout (“Job burnout refers to feeling physically, mentally and emotionally exhausted”) and instructs employees to “select the match that best represents how burned out you currently feel.”

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Faculty and Staff

Paul Brenner: Building a career of service

Paul Brenner, a ’98 graduate of Notre Dame, joined the Air Force ROTC program at the University while studying engineering as an undergraduate. Brenner has served on multiple deployments around the world, and from 2008 to 2009 he engineered and built Air Force bases in Afghanistan. He currently serves as senior associate director and professor of the practice at Notre Dame’s Center for Research Computing. 

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Saving Peck’s Rex

A Notre Dame paleontologist, one of the world’s largest T. rex specimens and a tense standoff in the badlands of Montana

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