For the Week of October 19
Gallery Tour: Three and a Theme
Take a slow look at N. Jay Jaffee’s “Learning to Skate, Livonia Avenue, East New York, Brooklyn” on view in “Touchstones of the Twentieth Century: A History of Photography at the University of Notre Dame.” We'll virtually place you in the exhibition via a live stream. Then we’ll then use tools of mindfulness meditation as a way to approach the photograph.
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 12:30 to 1 p.m. in the Snite Museum of Art (via Zoom)
Snite Spotlights: Conversations About Art with Student Gallery Teachers
Join the Snite Museum’s student gallery teachers for an evening of conversations about works of art. The gallery teachers will host three rounds of short “spotlight” discussions. During each round, you can pick one of three works of art to discuss. These conversations will be informal and offer an opportunity to look closely.
Thursday, Oct. 22; 6, 6:30 and 7 p.m. in the Snite Museum of Art
The Big Draw: Snite Sketchbook Session
Join us for an evening of sketching, community and inspiration. Come prepared with a sketch of your own that responds to this prompt: sketch the view from a window in your house. During this program, we’ll share our sketches and talk about the techniques we used to create them. We’re excited to have local artist Kay Westhues join us for the event.
Thursday, Oct. 22; 7 to 8 p.m. in the Snite Museum of Art at home (via Zoom)
The Big Draw: The Snite Sketches
This month in celebration of The Big Draw, the world’s largest celebration of drawing that takes place across the globe, spend some time sketching works of art from the Snite Museum’s collections. This week during our open hours, grab a few sheets of blank paper and a pencil and head over to the museum to find and sketch your favorite work of art.
Saturday, Oct. 24; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Snite Museum of Art
Film Premiere: “And There is Nothing New Under the Sun”
(Postponed due to poor weather conditions. New date is Friday, Oct. 30)
The School of Architecture is proud to announce the premiere of a film highlighting the work of Ong-ard Satrabhandhu, the winner of the 2020 Richard H. Driehaus Prize at the University of Notre Dame. Seating will be on the field and students can sit in groups of up to 10 people. The gate opens at 7:30 p.m. and the premiere begins at 8 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 19; 8 to 9 p.m. in Notre Dame Stadium
SUB Movie: “Woman Walks Ahead”
Free to the ND community!
Thursday, Oct. 22; 8:30 p.m. in Room 101, DeBartolo Hall
Friday, Oct. 23; 5:15 and 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 24; 5:15 and 7:30 p.m.
Film: “Crip Camp”
Join e-NABLE and Access-ABLE for a screening of the documentary “Crip Camp.” Crip Camp starts in 1971 at Camp Jened, a summer camp in New York described as a “loose, free-spirited camp designed for teens with disabilities.” The film focuses on those campers who turned themselves into activists for the disability rights movement.
Friday, Oct. 23; 7 to 9 p.m. in the Dahnke Ballroom, Duncan Student Center
Auditions: ND Anti-Racist Theatre NOW — Scenes from Plays by BIPOC Playwrights
Audition for a Zoom reading of scenes from plays by BIPOC playwrights, directed by FTT BIPOC alumni, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29.
All students, faculty and staff are welcome to submit a video that is one to two minutes long no later than Monday, Oct. 19 at 11 p.m. Please visit ftt.nd.edu for audition guidelines and more information.
Wednesday, Oct. 21; 9 to 10 p.m. on The Stage, Library Lawn
“Gettin’ Outta Town”: A PEMCo Revue
The coronavirus has kept us at home, but it can’t stop us from traveling in the world of musical theater! Join the student performing arts club, Pasquerilla East Musical Company, for a night, or three, of adventure through songs about traveling around the world. Tickets cost $5 and are available at Student Shop ND.
Thursday, Oct. 22; 7 to 9 p.m. in the south tent, DeBartolo Quad
Friday, Oct. 23; 7 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 24; 7 p.m.
Every Thursday evening, enjoy a night of music, friends and safe fun under the stars! Interested in performing? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, Oct. 22; 9 to 11 p.m. on Library Lawn
2020 Library Student Focus Group Feedback
This semester, Hesburgh Libraries have diligently prepared library spaces and redesigned in-person services to help protect the health of our community as we support teaching and research at Notre Dame. We would appreciate your feedback about how these changes have impacted your use of the library during this time. (Survey link)
Survey deadline: 11:59 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25.
Notre Dame Band — Virtual Open House for Current Students
The Notre Dame Band invites all current Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s and Holy Cross students to attend a virtual open house to learn more about the program (marching, concert, jazz and pep bands), speak to current members about playing or learning an instrument and ask questions about the oldest band in the U.S.
Sunday, Oct. 25; 1 to 2 p.m. via Zoom
Americana: Call for Papers
American Studies and JED students: submit your paper or project to Americana, the new online and print academic journal from the Department of American Studies. See attached for submission guidelines. We look forward to seeing your work!
Notre Dame Day 2020
Notre Dame Day 2020, the live broadcast featuring stories from around campus, is almost here! You can make a gift to your favorite campus cause now at notredameday.nd.edu. As an added bonus, for a limited time when you make your Notre Dame Day gift, we will send you an exclusive limited-edition Notre Dame face mask!
Broadcast will be live from 6:42 p.m. Monday, Oct. 26 through 12:11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27
ND Energy Welcomes Applications for Energy-related Research Fellowships
ND Energy is accepting applications for Slatt undergraduate research fellowships during the Winter Session and for Eilers and Forgash graduate research fellowships for 2021. Students receiving awards will conduct energy-related research with ND Energy affiliated faculty. Applications are due Friday, Nov. 6 (Slatt), and Sunday, Nov. 15 (Eilers and Forgash).
Anti-Racist Theater — Alumni Webinar with Joe Wilson ’93 and Rachel Lynett ’11
Joe Wilson ’93, actor and activist, and Rachel Lynett ’11, playwright, director and teaching artist, discuss their work as BIPOC theater professionals with FTT faculty member Siiri Scott.
Friday, Oct. 23; 3 to 4 p.m. via Zoom
Intro to Github and Markdown
Learn the basic functions of contributing to a repository and writing documents in its preferred plain-text format, Markdown.
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 1 to 2 p.m. in the Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship (Room 246), Hesburgh Library
Speed Building: An Interactive Networking Workshop
Join SPI@ND for our interactive professional development workshop run by Liz Loughran from Graduate Career Services! Learn tips on how to build and maintain your brand during the global pandemic. Participants will have a brief opportunity to meet one-on-one with their peers to get feedback or brainstorm ideas.
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 4:30 to 6 p.m. virtually
Panel Discussion/Q&A: “Is Grad School Right for Me?”
Join the Notre Dame Society of Schmitt Fellows for an informational Q&A panel to learn what graduate school is all about! Questions? Contact Abagael Pruitt at email@example.com.
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. via Zoom
EAP Workshop: Listening and Note-taking Strategies
Fast speech and complex presentations can be difficult to understand. This may be especially true for non-native English speakers in the United States. This workshop gives ideas for improving listening comprehension by discussing the strategies of good listening and note-taking. Register on the CSLC website.
Wednesday, Oct. 21; noon to 1:15 p.m. via Zoom
Workshop: “Difficult Conversations in the Classroom”
This workshop will provide strategies for converting difficult conversations into productive exchanges within the classroom. As students face the upcoming election, racial justice protests and language surrounding the coronavirus, we will also introduce resources to help students respond to potentially charged topics.
Wednesday, Oct. 21; 1 to 2:15 p.m. via Zoom
Time-Out for Tech: How to Host Safe Public Zoom Meetings
It’s easy to add security to private Zoom meetings but public meetings present a greater challenge. This short session will focus on ways to manage the security of Zoom meetings that are open to the public.
Thursday, Oct. 22; 2:30 to 3 p.m. via Zoom
Talk: “Temporary Departures from the Target Language”
Should written assignments in English have a place in an advanced world language course? In this talk, Allison Connolly, Centre College in Kentucky, will lay out a class blog project completed by students in a French course. She will share blog content, technical challenges and examples, and will also synthesize the pros and cons of stepping away from the target language.
Friday, Oct. 23; 2 to 3 p.m. via Zoom
Research Study Participation Opportunity — Practice statistics and earn $20!
Take a break from studying and help in an effort to study tests! You have an opportunity to participate in research that will help us better understand how different test formats influence the test-taker’s experience and performance. Free and you can earn $20 as compensation for participating!
This is a remote and online research participation opportunity that can be flexibly scheduled.
Digital Collections User Study
The Snite Museum and Hesburgh Libraries have built an online collections prototype and we’re inviting undergraduate and graduate students to provide feedback. You’ll receive $10 for completing a 30-minute remote testing module. Contact Abby Shelton (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more.
Everyday Holiness Podcast: Haley Scott Demaria ’95
Join Haley Scott Demaria as she shares her perspective on overcoming tragedy and suffering, especially her own experience of a swimming team bus accident that claimed the lives of two of her friends, nearly left her paralyzed and continues to impact her life in many ways.
Registration for RecSports’ Golf Tournament
All golf-loving students, make sure you register this week for RecSports’ golf tournament! Registration is Monday through Wednesday, Oct. 19–21. Interhall, grad and off-campus leagues available. Cost: $40. Click here for more info and happy golfing!
This introductory class offered by RecSports can teach you the basics of squash so you can get out and play! Click here for more information and to register. Cost $4.
Wednesday, Oct. 21; 7 to 7:45 p.m. in the Rockne Memorial Racquetball Courts
Wellness Wednesday on Library Lawn – Yoga Sculpt
Another great Wellness Wednesday is coming your way! Click here for more info and to reserve your spot with Erica as your instructor.
Wednesday, Oct. 21; 7 p.m. on Library Lawn
Fitness Freebie: WERQ
Join instructor Natalie for a free WERQ class! For more information and registration, click here.
Saturday, Oct. 24; 10 to 10:50 a.m. virtually
Webinar: “Masks, Distancing and the Public”
In the third installment of “Consider This! Simplifying the COVID-19 Conversation” the co-hosts will be joined by professors David Leighton and Mark McCready along with Dr. Mark Fox, the St. Joseph County Department of Health deputy health officer.
Monday, Oct. 19; 6 to 7 p.m. via webinar
AASHE Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education
This year, Notre Dame is a host institution! For additional information, registration link and registration discount code, visit the Office of Sustainability site by Tuesday, Oct. 20. Free to current students, faculty, staff and ND alumni using the provided discount code.
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. virtually
Wednesday, Oct. 21
Thursday, Oct. 22
3rd Annual Byzantine Postdoctoral Fellowship Workshop: “Memory and Cognition in Byzantium”
This year’s workshop features Byzantine Postdoctoral Fellow Nicole Paxton Sullo together with speakers Roland Betancourt, UC Irvine; Rossitza Schroeder, St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary; and Wiebke-Marie Stock, Notre Dame.
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. via Zoom
Virtual Roundtable: “Five Years of Europe’s Refugee Crisis”
The Nanovic Institute for European Studies at the Keough School of Global Affairs hosts a roundtable to discuss the situation of refugees and migrants five years after fall 2015, which is associated with a so-called “refugee crisis.”
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 12:45 to 1:45 p.m. virtually
Inspiring Conversations Series: “Leading with Purpose and Humanity by Aligning Head and Heart”
A Zoom discussion with Hubert Joly, former chairman/CEO of Best Buy and senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, and author of the forthcoming book “The Heart of Business: Leadership Principles for the Next Era of Capitalism” and Hortense le Gentil, author of “Aligned: Connecting Your True Self with the Leader You’re Meant to Be,” as they discuss how aligning one’s head and heart leads to purposeful leadership.
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 1 to 2 p.m. via Zoom
Presentation: “Christ: The True Origin of Humanity”
In this presentation, Christopher Baglow will connect the beginning and the end of humanity, relying on Scripture, tradition and the insights of modern science and modern theologians. Registration is required.
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 1 to 2 p.m. via Zoom
Impact Investing Series
Please join NDIGI and Unleashed Social Ventures in virtually welcoming Tim Connors, founder and managing partner at PivotNorth Capital, as the final speaker in the Impact Investing Series. Register for the event at ndigi.nd.edu. You will be emailed the Zoom details prior to the event.
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. via Zoom
Research Uncorked – “Research at the Nano Scale: A Guided Tour”
Research Uncorked is a monthly speaker series featuring informal interviews with leading scholars and scientists from the University. In October, we’re excited to be joined by four faculty members from the Notre Dame Nanoscience and Technology program, or NDnano, for a Research Uncorked first: a peek inside campus lab spaces.
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 6 to 7 p.m. online
Talk: “Gidget: Origins of a Teen Girl Transmedia Franchise”
In celebration of her new book, join FTT Professor Pamela Robertson Wojcik for a discussion of the decades-long teen girl franchise. She will be joined by Mary Celeste Kearney, gender studies and FTT, and Kathy Kohner Zuckerman, the real-life inspiration for the famed character.
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 8 to 9 p.m. via Zoom
The Value in a University – “Thinking with Newman” Series
Register for “Thinking with Newman: Educating with Intention Today.” Week Three focuses on the values of and value in a university education, through the lens of John Henry Newman’s educational philosophy as established in his work, “The Idea of a University.” Read the press release here.
Wednesday, Oct. 21; 1 to 2 p.m. via Zoom
Panel Discussion: “The US Presidential Election and Asia Policy”
Elections influence foreign policy, either by reinforcing the current trajectory or prompting course corrections by a new administration. To discuss pressing questions related to U.S./Asia policy in the wake of the U.S. presidential election, the Kellogg Institute and the New York University Center for Global Affairs will host a panel of scholars. Registration required.
Wednesday, Oct. 21; 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. via Zoom
Lecture: “The ‘Kung Flu’: How Media Images Frame Asians in Diasporic Chinese and US Newspapers During the Pandemic”
Jennifer Huynh, assistant professor of American studies, analyzes the representation of Asians and Asian Americans in the U.S. media during the coronavirus pandemic. The lecture title references President Trump’s anti-Chinese rhetoric, calling the coronavirus the “Kung flu” and “Chinese virus,” assigning an identity to the virus that has spurred violence and harassment against Asian populations. Register here.
Thursday, Oct. 22; 11 a.m. to noon via Zoom webinar
Open Access Week: “Cultural Heritage, Technology and Open Access”
Join the Hesburgh Library, Notre Dame Law School and the Snite Museum of Art for a virtual panel discussion on the international legal issues that shape decisions about open access cultural materials. Moderated by Felicia Caponigri of the Notre Dame Law School, panelists include Victoria Perdomo, Snite Museum of Art; Michael Weinberg, NYU School of Law; Merete Sanderhoff, SMK; and Christian Greco, Museo Egizio. Register here.
Thursday, Oct. 22; 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in the Snite Museum of Art (via Zoom)
Discussion (Where We’re Going series): “Sports — National Viewpoint”
“Where We’re Going,” a new series from ThinkND, continues its study of sports with a national viewpoint discussion. Join guests Allison Barber, president and COO of the Indiana Fever; Raul Fernandez, CEO of Monumental Sports; and Stan Wilcox ’81, NCAA vice president of regulatory affairs, for this talk about what’s ahead for the sports industry.
Thursday, Oct. 22; 1 to 2 p.m. online
Fellows Spotlight: Meet the Kellogg Visiting and Dissertation Year Fellows
With more limited in-person contact this semester, the Kellogg Institute invites you to connect with our new Visiting Fellows and Dissertation Year Fellows, getting to know them and learning more about their research in a casual setting. Registration required.
Thursday, Oct. 22; 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. via Zoom
Research Seminar: “What’s New in the New Encyclical ‘Fratelli Tutti’?”
This informal virtual seminar will explore Pope Francis’ new encyclical, “Fratelli Tutti,” which discusses solidarity and how we should live together on our planet. Dan Graff, Grace Munene, Margie Pfeil and Clemens Sedmak will offer reflections and connections to the Catholic social tradition before opening the floor for questions and thoughts.
Friday, Oct. 23; 9 to 10 a.m. virtually
Discussion: “Numbers Can Lie: When Algorithms Work Perfectly but Fail Miserably”
Numbers don’t always tell the whole story. Join us in Part 2 of the three-part series as Marie Lynn Miranda, the Charles and Jill Fischer Provost and ACMS professor describes her work as a statistician, and Kevin Bowyer, the Schubmehl-Prein Professor of Computer Science and Engineering discusses the pitfalls of facial recognition software.
Friday, Oct. 23; noon to 1 p.m. via Zoom
SUB National Dessert Month — Bundt Cakes Giveaway
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 12:15 to 2:15 p.m. outside DeBartolo Hall
Access-ABLE will be discussing National Disability Employment Awareness Month, employment of people with disabilities and relevant opportunities/organizations.
Tuesday, Oct. 20; 7 to 8 p.m. via Zoom (https://notredame.zoom.us/j/97588074680)
Football Away Game Watch
Morrisey Manor hosts a game watch as the Irish visit Pitt.
Saturday, Oct. 24; 3:30 to 7 p.m. on South Lawn
Beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, through 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25, Office of Information Technologies systems engineers will perform a variety of planned maintenance activities and upgrades. Several IT services will be unavailable for some or all of the maintenance period.
Notre Dame Press Presents Its Spring 2021 Catalog
Notre Dame Press is proud to present its Spring 2021 Catalog of publications. Each season, Notre Dame Press plays a vital role in elevating authors, subjects and whole disciplines that bring new perspectives, ideas and voices to readers around the globe. Browse our latest offerings in African American studies, civil rights history and more.
Irish Gardens Fall Pop-Up Shop
Stop by our outdoor fall pop-up shop to purchase succulents, mini pumpkins, fall flowers and more!
Friday, Oct. 23; noon to 4 p.m. on Fieldhouse Mall