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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.

Research at ND

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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.

Faith & Service at ND

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Global

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.

Global Scholarship at ND

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Notre Dame At Work

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Service part of the mission for Notre Dame students

Centers and Institutes

Service part of the mission for Notre Dame students

More than 80 percent of Notre Dame students participate in service or service learning before they graduate. About 7 percent of each graduating class spends a year or more in volunteer service. And 800-plus Notre Dame graduates have served in the Peace Corps.

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Experts develop restorative justice proposals to address Catholic sexual abuse crisis

International

Experts develop restorative justice proposals to address Catholic sexual abuse crisis

The proposals are the result of a two-year study supported by an initiative created by the University of Notre Dame’s Office of the President as part of the Notre Dame Forum, ‘“Rebuild My Church’:  Crisis and Response,” to fund research projects that address issues emerging from the crisis. The proposals have been forwarded for consideration to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

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Research

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