Dance and drum performance among many opportunities for Notre Dame’s students, faculty, and staff to expand their knowledge and understanding of Native and Indigenous communities.
The 2023-2024 academic year has gotten off to a fantastic start. As we enter our second full academic year of operations, the Office of Institutional Transformation is firmly positioned to lead and catalyze Notre Dame’s efforts to enhance inclusive excellence as a premier global Catholic research University, fostering a culture of belonging where all can thrive.
Find out about events taking place on Notre Dame’s campus and get resources to learn more about the annual observance
“Let us recommit ourselves as the Notre Dame community to treating every person with dignity and as a beloved child of God,” Jenkins said.
Multicultural Student Programs and Services asked five students to share what makes their family and culture special, how they celebrate their heritage on campus, and what they wish other people knew about their culture.
Get resources to learn more about the month, the cultures being celebrated and how you can help combat anti-Asian racism.
More than 800 students and staff from the Notre Dame community took part in a project to recreate a photograph of former University President Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, C.S.C., standing arm-in-arm with Martin Luther King Jr. The iconic image is a visible reminder of Notre Dame’s longtime involvement in the dialogue on civil and human rights. And now, a new generation of...
Cara Ocobock, assistant professor of anthropology and concurrent faculty member in the Department of Gender Studies, and Sarah Lacy wrote an article in Scientific American suggesting that what we thought we knew about hunters/gatherers may be all wrong.
Honoring the mandate issued by the Board of Trustees Task Force report Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Notre Dame: A Strategic Framework (2021), grounded in the University’s Catholic mission, and consistent with established best practices of national organizations, the Office of Institutional Transformation will help coordinate, inform, assist, support, and assess the work of campus partners to advance the...
Brent Fragnoli, a care and wellness consultant and prevention and outreach specialist in the Center for Student Support and Care, partners with colleagues across campus to increase retention, well-being and support for students with disabilities.
Find out more about the history of the observance as well as resources to support LGBTQ+ community on Notre Dame’s campus and beyond.
The School of Architecture recently featured Ming Hu ’03, incoming associate dean for research, scholarship, and creative work, in an Instagram post for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month…
“Our campus community is enriched by their contributions and cultures,” Jenkins said.
Transformations is a quarterly publication of the Office of Institutional Transformation highlighting Notre Dame’s journey to achieve its aspirations as a truly Catholic, diverse and inclusive university.
Do you have questions or feedback about the Office of Institutional Transformation or the University’s diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives? Would you like to request an Institutional Transformation presentation or consultation? Is there a story idea you’d like to share about the work being done to advance a spirit of inclusion at Notre Dame or in the community?…
University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., made a statement regarding the Supreme Court’s decision on race-conscious admissions policies in higher education.
The Office of Internal Communications recently updated the University Style Guide to reflect a preference in the term “first-year” rather than “freshman” when referring to students. Doing so is aligned with recent publishing trends to avoid using needlessly gendered language.…
DeBartolo Performing Arts Center film festival and Hesburgh Library exhibit are among several ways to learn more about the Jewish experience.
Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad, professor of history, race, and public policy at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, will speak at Notre Dame at 1:30 p.m., Friday, April 14.