• STEAMnd

    STEAMnd

    Notre Dame welcomes over 300 fifth graders to STEAMnd.

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  • Global Classrooms Close to Home

    Global Classrooms Close to Home

    Notre Dame Fulbrights bring International language and culture to community school

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  • 'This England' with the Robinson Shakespeare Company

    'This England' with the Robinson Shakespeare Company

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  • NHL, Blackhawks donate $100,000 to RCLC

    NHL, Blackhawks donate $100,000 to RCLC


     

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Engagement at the University of Notre Dame

The Community Engagement Coordinating Council seeks to establish and deepen a culture of community engagement at the University of Notre Dame, recognized as an 'Engaged Institution' by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in 2010. "Community engagement" refers to the collaboration between institutions of higher education and their larger communities (local, regional/state, national, global) for the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity. Such engagement emanates directly from the University’s Catholic ethos and character and builds on the rich assets of its students, faculty, staff, and community partners.  

“Recognition from the Carnegie Foundation is one of the best markers of progress in the field of higher education,” according to Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., Notre Dame’s president. “Eminently consistent with the University’s mission and Catholic character, classification as an institution of Community Engagement affirms Notre Dame’s efforts to address challenges and improve the quality of life in communities near and far.” 

News

Feb06

Countdown to Carnegie: In search of 300 community engagement stories by March 8

Author: Jay Caponigro, Office of Public Affairs

In January, nearly 80 student-athletes from Notre Dame’s track and field team joined the staff at South Bend’s Center for the Homeless to build team spirit and share their time, talent and treasure for the benefit of the center’s guests. Through nearly 15 hours of service over four days, the team painted walls, filled three dumpsters with unusable items, shredded out-dated records, organized pantries and dined with guests. True to form for track and field, CFH

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Jan24

Notre Dame welcomes over 300 fifth graders to STEAMnd

Author: Stephanie Healey

Notre Dame welcomes over 300 fifth graders to STEAMnd

Published: May 15, 2014

Author: Stephanie Healey

 

Fifth graders play the instruments created for them byundergraduates in the ND Design Deck.

On Monday, May 12, over 300 fifth graders from the Michiana area came to the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center for STEAMnd, an initiative to teach students how the arts and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields can be integrated together. The goal of this event was to teach the students about the math and science behind musical instruments.…

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