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'Disagreeable' married men who don't help out around the house get paid MORE than husbands who play a bigger role on the domestic chores front, study finds
The research was conducted by Dr Brittany Solomon, assistant professor of management and organisation at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, and colleagues.
Ransomware is a national security risk. It's time to treat it like one
Mike Chapple is teaching professor of information technology at the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business.
Biden and abortion could change the bishops’ culture of consensus at next week’s USCCB meeting
Kathleen Sprows Cummings, the director of the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism at the University of Notre Dame, said she is unsure what drafting such a document would accomplish beyond “pushing people farther away from the church.”
Transitions: Florida State U. Names New President; George Washington U. President to Retire
Ernest Morrell, a professor of literacy education and director of the Center for Literacy Education in the Institute for Educational Initiatives at the University of Notre Dame, will become associate dean of the humanities and equity in the College of Arts and Letters on July 1.
It’s complicated: Moving on from Trump at DOJ not easy for 'straight-shooting' Merrick Garland
"Any decision the Department of Justice makes should be based on an unbiased, nonpartisan interpretation of the law," said University of Notre Dame law professor Jimmy Gurule, a Justice Department official in the George H.W. Bush administration.
Supreme Court: Immigrant who entered country illegally can't get a green card because of TPS program
"The real life impact is pretty severe," said Lisa Koop, an attorney with the National Immigrant Justice Center and an adjunct professor at the University of Notre Dame Law School.
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Opening the Word: The supreme generosity of new life in God
Timothy P. O’Malley, Ph.D., is the director of education at the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame.
Supreme Court rules against immigrants with temporary status
“All of these families that are established in the United States and have lived in our communities for decades faced a very real threat,” said Lisa Koop, a lawyer with the National Immigrant Justice Center who also teaches at Notre Dame’s law school.
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Tourists are back in Rome, including some with American accents
There are Bulgarian tour groups entering churches, Germans with backpacks at the Pantheon and just-arrived architecture students from the University of Notre Dame.
When Men Get Pregnancy Symptoms
Lee Gettler, an anthropologist at the University of Notre Dame, has studied fathers across the world.
Mexico’s deadly elections: Crime groups target candidates in a fight for turf
“This is a struggle for municipal power,” said Notre Dame political scientist Guillermo Trejo, who studies political violence in Latin America.
What Entrepreneurs Have Learned From the Covid-19 Pandemic
Because so many entrepreneurs are younger, they often lack a “gray hair” on the team who has faced disruption and crisis before, says Dean Shepherd, a professor of entrepreneurship at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business.
Obamacare, LGBTQ rights, voting laws in play during Supreme Court's final month
"The nonprofits are asking the Supreme Court to make it harder for the government to require the disclosure of donor information," said Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer, an expert on campaign finance at Notre Dame Law School.
Hong Kong’s New Police State
Victoria Tin-bor Hui is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science, University of Notre Dame.
The complicated politics of a Beijing 2022 boycott
“When you look at Berlin in 1936, there is no question Jesse Owens made a mockery of Nazi racial ideology,” John Soares, a professor of history at the University of Notre Dame, said.
Kamala Harris Bombs at the Naval Academy
Jimmy Dunne, a former principal of investment bank Sandler O’Neill, talked movingly about what he had learned of service and duty that day when almost half of his staff were killed in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
'Mare of Easttown' captures cultural Catholicism's lasting power
But people are interested in the show — it has been regularly breaking the million-viewers mark on Sunday nights — and Kathleen Sprows Cummings, who is the director of the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism at the University of Notre Dame, said she soon realized the incredible buzz around the show is "because it nails place so well."
14 Excerpts from Commencement Speeches Without the Word C*vid
Mr. Dunne helped his company, Sandler O’Neill, recover after the 9-11 attacks. He spoke at Notre Dame, his alma mater, about the lessons he learned from that day.
Transitions: Louisiana State U. Names New President; U. of South Carolina President Resigns
Jane Livingston, chief information officer and associate vice president at Florida State University, has been named the University of Notre Dame’s vice president for information technology and chief investment officer.
From protests to 'patriots': Why China is crushing Hong Kong dissent
Victoria Hui, a politics professor at the University of Notre Dame, talks to BBC News.