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Mon Feb 5, 2018

Kellogg International Scholars Program Research Night

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Location: Auditorium, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Freshmen interested in applying for the Kellogg International Scholars Program, faculty of the Keough School of Global Affairs interested in working with scholars of the program, and anyone else wanting to know more about Kellogg ISP should attend this event!

Tue Feb 6, 2018

Wed Feb 7, 2018

Discussion Group: Opportunities and Access to Higher Education

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Location: Dr. Kerry Myers' House

Assessing opposing arguments, using evidence to resolve controversies, and integrating ideas from different disciplines are hallmarks of an inquiring mind. Den Dialogues is a discussion of current events and issues designed to enhance these vital intellectual skills.

Notre Dame faculty lead Den Dialogues discussions in their homes, encouraging and participating in a lively exchange of ideas.Meetings are two hours long (Student should budget 3 hours to include travel) and focus on a topic or issue selected by faculty hosts in collaboration with first-year students.…

Fri Feb 9, 2018

Sat Feb 10, 2018

Sun Feb 11, 2018

Tue Feb 13, 2018

Thu Feb 15, 2018

Workshop: Data Rescue 101, by Justin Schell, University of Michigan

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Location: Center for Digital Scholarship Room 129, Hesburgh Library

Data rescue events have proliferated since early 2017. Their goal is to create trustworthy copies of federal data and store it in multiple locations to maintain accessibility for the public. This one-hour workshop provides an overview of data rescue event best practices.

Lecture: Data Rescue One Year Later: Sustaining a Movement, by Justin Schell, University of Michigan

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Location: Center for Digital Scholarship Room 131, Hesburgh Library

In his talk, Justin Schell will reflect on the past year’s efforts to preserve access to federal information and discuss the many projects that arose as a result. He will discuss next steps of the Data Rescue movement and offer ways to contribute your own time, skills, and expertise to ensure public access to information.

Citizen Science Data Event: Lead Exposure in South Bend, by ND Lead Innovation Team

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Location: Center for Digital Scholarship Room 131, Hesburgh Library

Stop in and explore historical data to find areas of lead exposure in South Bend that may still affect children today. This event is drop-in—you can stay as long as you want. You do not need programming skills to participate, just the ability to use the internet. Lunch is provided with registration.

Wed Feb 21, 2018

Thu Feb 22, 2018

Fri Feb 23, 2018

The 10th Annual Women in Business Conference

Location: Mendoza College of Business

The 10th Annual Women in Business Conference would like to encourage freshman to attend to gain experience networking and hear the wisdom offered by successful female professionals. During the conference, they will have the chance to network with ND alumni from many different areas of business including finance, accounting, marketing, consulting, and engineering/science in business.…

Labor Café: "Dreamers" and the Labor Question

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Location: Geddes Hall, McNeill library

The Labor Café convenes the ND community for coffee and casual conversation on contemporary questions about work, workers, and workplaces. What rights and protections should those who work for others have? What’s the proper role for government in the economy? How should we address enduring problems of inequality, poverty, and opportunity? And what does Catholic Social Teaching have to say about these labor questions?…

Sat Feb 24, 2018

The 10th Annual Women in Business Conference

Location: Mendoza College of Business

The 10th Annual Women in Business Conference would like to encourage freshman to attend to gain experience networking and hear the wisdom offered by successful female professionals. During the conference, they will have the chance to network with ND alumni from many different areas of business including finance, accounting, marketing, consulting, and engineering/science in business.…

Mon Feb 26, 2018

Kellogg Institute Experiencing the World Fellowships Application Deadline

Location: N/A

The Kellogg Institute offers the opportunity for Notre Dame freshmen and sophomores to engage in initial exploratory projects in Africa, Asia, Latin America or the Middle East. The award funds exceptionally qualified and committed undergraduates who seek to undertake innovative projects in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. These may include research, non-profit work, or other activities that will increase their commitment to and knowledge of one of the regions.…

Kellogg Institute Summer Entrepreneurial Internships Deadline

Location: N/A

Notre Dame undergraduate students who seek a challenging, real-world experience that utilizes their academic interests and skills should consider applying for a Kellogg Summer Entrepreneurial Internship. Students work with non-governmental organizations and policy institutes in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the United States, where they learn about the needs and challenges facing developing countries while offering their skills and talents to work toward sustainable goals. Participation in an internship allows students to improve their language skills, deepen their understanding of developing countries and gain real world experience in the field.…

Tue Feb 27, 2018

Wed Feb 28, 2018