Upcoming Events By Month
Saturday, February 29, 2020
Sunday, March 1, 2020
The Rite of Sending allows the community to bless and send our RCIA participants to our Bishop, where later this same day he will gather at St. Matthew’s Cathedral with all the RCIA participants from this side of our Diocese, to bless them and call them to the Easter Sacraments. This celebration marks the second “yes” that this year’s participants offer to the invitation of Jesus Christ and His Church to “come and see”. Please continue to pray for our brothers and sisters preparing for these Sacraments.…
RecSports offers American Red Cross Adult CPR/AED and First Aid certification courses. This blended course combines award-winning, engaging and interactive online simulation learning plus an in-person classroom session to learn and practice critical lifesaving skills for certification. Click here for more information.
Tuesday, March 3, 2020
An opportunity for dissertation writers to gather at Hesburgh Library, the first and third Tuesday of each month, to get a tool, a tip, and a block of writing time.
The Family Resource Center is sponsoring a weekly drop in support group lunch for ND students who are pregnant. Free lunch is provided and a variety of different discussion topics are presented each week. For more info, please contact the FRC at firstname.lastname@example.org.…
The adventure of moving between cultures invites us to ask new questions and explore new ways of seeing the world, but the change can also cause discomfort and require us to adjust in unexpected or unwelcome ways. This can be particularly challenging when entering (or in the midst of!) one / four / seven years of study in a different culture. Though this process of adjustment varies with each individual, one theory describes it as “The U-Curve of Cultural Adaptation.”…
Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Enter into deeper reflection this Lent alongside Our Lady of Sorrows. Rezaremos el rosario de los 7 dolores de la virgen, we will pray the Rosary of the Seven Sorrows in Spanish at 8 p.m. in the Coleman-Morse chapel on the following Wednesday evenings: March 4, 18, 25, and April 1.
Originally published at campusministry.nd.edu…
Have you ever looking into the weight room and wondered where to start or how to perform basic lifts correctly? This workshop is designed to ease the intimidation factor of the weight room by giving you science-based evidence on what you should do and why. We will take a survey level look at the four basic barbell lifts, basic programming for yourself, and addressing common myths in fitness. Click here for a complete list of Spring 2020 Workshops
Thursday, March 5, 2020
Learn strategies on how to best leverage these major career resources based on your unique academic background, qualifications, interests, and career goals:
Handshake (nd.joinhandshake.com) – Notre Dame’s career management system for students and alumni. Includes events (ex. career fairs, workshops, employer panels…), appointment scheduling with ND Graduate Career Consultants, jobs, employer profiles (with student reviews) and contacts, student networking, and more!…
Looking for Extra Cash? Second Job?
Flexible Part Time Hours?
The Notre Dame Service Family is looking for you!
For those exploring a new type of format or those just wanting to be refreshed, Intro to Cycling can help you deepen your understanding of the bike and how to most effectively utilize it. This workshop will cover bike set up, proper form when riding in various positions, and navigating the Power Training system on the bike. Click here for a complete list of Spring 2020 Workshops.
Join us as we recreate a small part of the sacred lives that the paintings in the exhibition Divine Illusions: Statue Paintings from Colonial South America had in 17th- and 18th- century Peru and Bolivia. Each program will begin with a praying of the rosary to be followed by a choral performance.…
Friday, March 6, 2020
Coders of all skill levels come together to work on a project and support and teach each other when needed.
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Monday, March 9, 2020
Does not knowing how to use our equipment prevent you from taking advantage of the Smith Center for Recreational Sports or the Rock? Learn how to use the treadmills, bikes, ellipticals and more in this introductory workshop! Registration is free and can be found on RecRegister. Come dressed ready to move!
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Though we often celebrate our “Home Under the Dome,” we also want to celebrate the many “homes” we have left. Notre Dame’s community comes from more than 130 countries, representing hundreds of cities and thousands of traditions, and we have each brought a bit of home with us to the Dome. We hope you’ll join us in sharing more about your home (or homes!), so we come to know one another better.…
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Looking for something to do over Spring Break?
Join ISSA for our Spring Break trip to Indianapolis, the state capital of Indiana. You’ll have time to shop in downtown Indianapolis or see the sights. Then we’ll visit the Fashion Mall at Keystone and head to IKEA! Attendees are welcome to stay with us the entire time or can head off on their own and meet back at the bus (The trip leaders will provide this info day of the trip). …
Thursday, March 12, 2020
Did you know strength training is an important part of your overall health? Learn how to use the strength machines safely and effectively in this interactive workshop! Registration is free and can be found on RecRegister. Come dressed ready to move!
Saturday, March 14, 2020
Need a ride to Walmart?
ISSA is sponsoring a bus from the Fischer Community Center to Mishawaka Walmart, from 8:30am-1:30pm. The last pickup at Fischer Community Center is 11:15am, which will also stop at the Overlook (on VanEss St).
The U.S. Army Field Band presents “America the Beautiful,” a celebration of all there is to love about our nation. Take in unparalleled natural landscapes and explore the heart of the American spirit on a musical and visual journey across our country. We honor the veterans of every generation who answered the call to defend this great land, and recognize the Soldiers standing guard today in more than 140 countries around the world who are proud to call America “home.”
Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Dissertation and thesis writers gather at Hesburgh Library to get a tool, a tip, and a block of time to write.
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Before Spring Break, Prof Bob Jones will host an information session to help students understand what we offer and how to choose (clinics, externships and simulation courses), and how to meet the 6-credit experiential learning requirement. The application deadline for most local externships will be midnight on Sun, March 22nd.…
Novice and intermediate squatters are welcome to come to this squat workshop. We will be focusing on the three main variations of squats with barbells: low bar back squat, high bar back squat, front squat and breaking down the science behind how you do them and why they are beneficial to add to your program. Click here for a complete list of Spring 2020 Workshops.
Though we often celebrate our "Home Under the Dome," we also want to celebrate the many "homes" we have left. Notre Dame's community comes from more than 130 countries, representing hundreds of cities and thousands of traditions, and we have each brought a bit of home with us to the Dome. We hope you'll join us in sharing more about your home (or homes!), so we come to know one another better.…
Join in this contemplative experience of Taizé prayer. Enter into this season of Lent and awaken your soul through this quieting meditation of music and community. All spiritual journeys welcome. All faiths welcome.
Originally published at campusministry.nd.edu…
Thursday, March 19, 2020
1st and 2nd Year MFA students will have open studios from 9 AM - 3 PM in Riley Hall and West Lake Hall.
Enjoy a free lunch and seminar-style conversation with Prof. Bill Mattison, professor of Moral Theology at the University of Notre Dame and the Senior Advisor of Theological Formation for the Alliance for Catholic Education. Sponsored by the McGrath Institute for Church Life.
Lunch is free but you must register.…
Join fellow art lovers in the galleries for in-depth conversations about great work of art. Guided by the group’s observations and insights, Snite Salons encourage close looking and thoughtful conversation with a different work each session. This month the conversation will focus on The Roll Call of the Last Victims of the Reign of Terror…
Our clinics will teach you the basic skills needed to start climbing safely and proficiently. Click here for more info and to register.