For the Week of May 17
BFA/BA Honors Thesis Exhibition
This annual exhibition consists of the culminating thesis projects created by the students graduating with a BFA or BA Honors degree from the Department of Art, Art History and Design.
Through Friday, May 21; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the AAHD Gallery (Room 214), Riley Hall
2021 MFA Candidates Thesis Exhibition
This annual exhibition is composed of the culminating thesis projects created by the six students graduating in May from the three-year Master of Fine Arts degree program in the Department of Art, Art History and Design.
Through Saturday, May 22, in the O’Shaughnessy Galleries (West), Snite Museum of Art
Gallery Tour: Three on a Theme
Take some time out from your busy week to go on a virtual tour of three works from the museum’s vast collections. For this 30-minute tour, take time to stop and smell the roses by enjoying floral works of art. This program will take place on Zoom and is designed to be interactive. Register via the link.
Thursday, May 20; 12:30 to 1 p.m. via Zoom
“An Old Family Recipe,” a Theatrical Film of a New Musical
Book, lyrics and music by Veronica Mansour ’21; directed by Matt Hawkins. Live virtual talk to follow. Developed in FTT’s New Works Lab during fall 2020, this movie musical follows the story of Toni, a young woman struggling with depression and anxiety. University coronavirus protocols were followed on set — all songs were recorded in studio prior to filming.
Friday, May 21; 7 p.m. on YouTube
Charles Edison Foundation Fellowship (Extended Application Deadline)
Scientia has extended the application deadline for the 2021/2022 Charles Edison Foundation Fellowship to Friday, May 21. This award provides two undergraduate students with $1,500 each to help fund on-campus research. Interested students can submit their application through Scientia’s online form. Any questions regarding the fellowship can be directed to Scientia’s staff at email@example.com.
Apply by Friday, May 21; 11:45 p.m.
Leadership: Recognizing the Power to Inspire, Week 1
Join in a four-part leadership series in which we engage with local and international experts, writers and faculty who have made powerful impacts on society for the greater good. The first webinar will be run by Irish sportsman, humanitarian, social entrepreneur and philanthropist Alan Kerins, who will cover “The Power of Your Support Network.”
Wednesday, May 19; 1 to 2 p.m. online
Take the Dome Home This Summer with Online Courses
Are you a Notre Dame student looking to get ahead or fulfill a requirement this summer? A transfer student looking to pick up extra credit? Take a for-credit Summer Online course. Study subjects such as data science, computing, mathematics and the humanities.
Graduate students, use your Summer Tuition Scholarship and get ahead with a graduate reading course, continue your professional development with GRED offerings, or upskill with courses like R Programming, Probability and Statistics or Data Science.
Information on tuition rates for undergraduate and graduate students can be found by clicking here. Registration is now open. Apply today at summersession.nd.edu/apply.
Participate in Study on Social Transmission/Evasion of Contagious Diseases
Notre Dame faculty, staff and students have the opportunity to participate in a federally funded project about the social transmission and evasion of COVID-19. Participants will receive a $10 gift card that can be used anywhere debit cards are accepted. You must have a smartphone to download an app in order to consent to the study and receive the gift card. More information here.
Finals Week Food Donation Classes
Take care of your stress and take hunger stress off our neighbors by joining RecSports for free fitness classes by donating your nonperishable food items to the Food Bank of Northern Indiana. Classes held in-person and virtually through Wednesday, May 19. Click here for more info and the schedule.
Panel Discussion — “U.S. Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan: Afghan Women Speak Out”
Five Afghan women, from different generations and backgrounds, including government officials, scholars and representatives of civil society and political parties, will offer their views on the challenges for the security, freedom and dignity of Afghan communities and Afghan women.
Tuesday, May 18; 9:30 to 11 a.m. virtually
Inspiring Conversations: “Why Care? — Crafting a Leadership Grounded in Truth and Empathy”
Join a discussion with Dr. Adrienne Boissy, neurologist and chief experience officer at the Cleveland Clinic. She will discuss the importance of human-centered treatment.
Tuesday, May 18; 1 to 2 p.m. via Zoom
Clingen Conversations: “Identity, Migration and the Irish Language”
Explore the Irish language landscape in today’s increasingly diverse and globalized Ireland. Expert panelists in the academic and public spheres will explore the mutual relationships between migration and language and the ways in which Irishness both is shaped by and shapes the experience of New Irish speakers.
Thursday, May 20; 11 a.m. to noon via webinar
Just Wage Forum 2021: “A Just Wage Is Not Excessive”
Join the Higgins Labor Program to discuss the next criterion of a just wage: a just wage is not excessive. Speakers from the NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice and the University will discuss the importance of a just wage structure that inhibits extreme inequality between the highest and lowest earners. Register to attend.
Friday, May 21; 1 to 2:30 p.m. virtually
Student Move-Out Parking Lot Closures
The following parking lots will be closed through Thursday, May 20, for student move-out: Fischer, Rugby, Walsh Architecture and the west side of Dorr. For any questions, please contact Thomas Kauble at firstname.lastname@example.org or 631-2602.
Parking Services Office Operations Closed
The Parking Services office is implementing new parking management software. As a result, office operations will be temporarily shut down through Wednesday, May 19, as the final migration to the new system takes place. During that time, Parking Services will be unable to issue permits or review citations. Individuals without a University permit who need to park on campus during these days may use the pay stations located in the Joyce, Compton and Walsh Architecture parking lots. Normal office operations will resume Thursday, May 20.
If you have any questions, please email Parking Services at email@example.com or call 631-5053.
Expanded Building Hours for Hesburgh Library
Hesburgh Library will be open:
∙ Monday, May 17, and Tuesday, May 18: 7 a.m. to 4 a.m.
∙ Wednesday, May 19: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Find more info on library access and services at service-continuity.library.nd.edu.
Study at the Snite Museum
Use the museum galleries as inspiring and quiet study spaces during this semester’s reading days and finals week. Tables, chairs and outlets will be provided in select galleries. Take a study break to wander the galleries, listen to art-inspired playlists or color. Study spaces are first-come, first-served. Please follow Snite and HERE policies.
Tuesday, May 18; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Snite Museum of Art
Wednesday, May 19; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Hesburgh Library Summer Building Hours Begin Thursday, May 20
Hesburgh Library will be open:
∙ Sundays: 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
∙ Mondays to Thursdays: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
∙ Fridays: 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
∙ Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Memorial Day, May 31: Closed
Find more information on library access and services at service-continuity.library.nd.edu.
Graduates: Don’t Lose Access to Your ND Files After You Graduate
Your Notre Dame NetID will be deactivated 60 days after you graduate. Be sure to transfer the files and other resources you want to keep from your Notre Dame account to a personal account. This includes your data in Google Drive, Gmail, Adobe and others, and must be completed before your account is disabled.