For the Week of March 23
Submit to The Juggler Literary Magazine
The Juggler, Notre Dame’s student art, literature and photography magazine, is currently accepting submissions for the Fall 2020 issue. Graduate and undergraduate students may participate. For full submission guidelines, visit juggler.nd.edu/guidelines. Submit by Friday, April 10, to email@example.com. We look forward to receiving your work!
(Changed wording for this entry as of Monday morning.)
Summer Online Courses are Flexible and Fabulous!
ND Summer Session offers a suite of fully online-for-credit graduate courses taught by Notre Dame faculty.
Graduate students may utilize their Summer Tuition Scholarships towards Summer Online courses. For information on tuition rates, please visit https://summersession.nd.edu/tuition-financial-aid/.
Research Study on a Chatbot for Sports Fans
The Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) Lab developed a chatbot for basketball fans to explore the stats information about a game. We will send a study weblink to you and you can complete it anytime you want. The study will take approximately 25 minutes and you will be rewarded $5. If you are at least 18 years old and watch basketball, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday Night Chat with Father Pete McCormick
Campus Ministry invites you into its conversation as we discover how we might encounter God's accompaniment during this extraordinary time. We will also have time to take questions from our viewers. Tune in to be part of the conversation! Sunday, March 29; 8:30 to 9 p.m. at Instagram Live @NDMinistry
Online Lecture: “Galactic Archaeology: Unraveling the History of the Stars, our Galaxy and the Early Universe”
Join us as we move “Our Universe Revealed,” the free public lecture series from the Department of Physics, to an online format! Sarah Dietz, graduate student in the Department of Physics, presents galactic archaeology and how we can use stellar “fossils” to track the evolution of our galaxy and shed light on the early universe.
Tuesday, March 24; 7 to 8 p.m. Online - details for accessing streaming are found at nduniverse.org
Beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, March 28, through noon (ET) Sunday, March 29, Office of Information Technologies (OIT) systems engineers will perform a variety of planned maintenance activities and upgrades. See details here.