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  1. Measure your level of job burnout with this simple visual scale created by a behavioral scholar

    Employers need a faster way to check in with employees without having to roll out a full survey, says Notre Dame business professor Cindy P. Muir (Zapata), the lead author who published data validating the measure this week in the Journal of Applied Psychology

  2. Letters: Notre Dame’s views not reflected in op-ed

    Letter from Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C, stating the op-ed, “Lies about abortion have dictated health policy” written by Tamara Kay and Susan Ostermann in the Dec. 5 Chicago Tribune, does not reflect the views and values of the University of Notre Dame in its tone, arguments or assertions.

  3. Fact check: Respect for Marriage Act explicitly protects religious tax-exempt status

    "The Respect for Marriage Act does not allow the IRS to revoke the tax-exempt status of a church that will not perform or host a same-sex marriage," Lloyd Mayer, a professor of law at the University of Notre Dame with expertise in the government regulation of nonprofits, including churches, told USA TODAY in an email.

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    Lloyd Mayer

    Notre Dame Law School

  4. Many voters in Republic unwilling to make concessions to unionists to facilitate Irish unity, poll shows

    ARINS is a research collaboration between the Royal Irish Academy and the University of Notre Dame in the United States, and is dedicated to analysing and researching Ireland North and South.

  5. North and South methodology: How we took the pulse of Ireland on unity

    Today sees the publication of the first instalment of North and South – a collaboration between The Irish Times and ARINS, which is a joint research project of the Royal Irish Academy and the Keough-Naughton Centre for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame.

  6. After Oath Keepers Verdict, Trump Allies May Be Next

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    Former federal prosecutor Jimmy Gurule, a professor at Notre Dame Law School, discusses the convictions of the leader of the Oath Keepers and a top lieutenant of seditious conspiracy and whether prosecutions of Trump allies will be next.

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    Jimmy Gurulé

    Notre Dame Law School

  7. The Irish Times view on the North and South project

    The project, which will run over the coming days and into January, is a joint undertaking between The Irish Times and ARINS, which is a collaboration between the Royal Irish Academy and the Keough-Naughton Centre for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame.

  8. Why China’s lockdown protests pose an unprecedented challenge to Beijing

    Simultaneous protests that spread nationwide are highly unusual during the Xi era, according to Kyle Jaros, associate professor of global affairs at the University of Notre Dame.

  9. What Happens When CEOs Get Sick?

    Similarly, when CEOs experience the death of a colleague on their board of directors, their firms tend to respond with more corporate social responsibility, a study by researchers at INSEAD, Singapore, University of Notre Dame, and Singapore Management University shows.

  10. China’s Covid narrative is backfiring

    “What is the image that China is presenting to the Global South at this moment? They often suggest that they have a better ‘democracy’ than the West, that they’ve got some special Chinese governance knowledge that they want to share with developing countries,” said Joshua Eisenman, associate professor of politics at the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame.

  11. Sedition trial win bolsters Justice Dept. in Jan. 6 probe

    “Individuals that weren’t at the scene but were involved in the planning and plotting of this attack on the U.S. Capitol — they should be very nervous right now,” said Jimmy Gurule, a former federal prosecutor who’s now a professor at the University of Notre Dame Law School.

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    Jimmy Gurulé

    Notre Dame Law School

  12. Environmental managers needed to hold thin green line of climate change

    Richard A. Marcantonio is a teaching assistant professor in the Department of Management and Organization at the Mendoza College of Business, and a fellow at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame.

  13. Opinion | The Biden-Xi meeting shows that U.S.-China relations will get worse, not better

    “When Xi Jinping says he wants a better U.S.-China relationship, what he really means is that he wants U.S. capitulation on China’s ‘core interests,’ ” said Joshua Eisenman, associate professor of politics at the University of Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs. 

  14. Fact Check-Experts dispute claims that GPS data leads to election fraud by helping cast illegal ballots

    However, Aaron Striegel, a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Notre Dame, told Reuters that it might be possible to tell if someone is inside the polling place under certain conditions.

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    Aaron Striegel

    Computer Science and Engineering

  15. Is politics the result of original sin?

    The question was raised recently at a panel discussion called “The Creation of Politics” at the annual conference hosted by the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame.

  16. Surviving the lunar night can be a challenge for astronauts on the moon

    Looking back on the 20th century Apollo era, there are lessons to be re-learned, said Clive Neal, a lunar exploration expert in the department of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana. 

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    Clive Neal

    Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

  17. What the failed Republican wave means for the 2024 US election

    Robert Schmuhl is professor emeritus at the University of Notre Dame.

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    Robert Schmuhl

    Robert Schmuhl

    American Studies

  18. The subtle danger climate change poses to ‘highly vulnerable’ Ireland

    Researchers at the University of Notre Dame Global Adaptation Initiative recently scored more than 180 countries according to their vulnerability to climate change.

  19. Thom Browne, American Fashion’s New Head Coach, Brings His Annual Football Game to Notre Dame

    The first is swimming; Browne was a swimmer in his youth, and spent his college years competing on the swim team at the University of Notre Dame.

  20. Civano: The Arizona Development That Shows Resilient Urbanism Is Possible

    Stefanos Polyzoides, one of the principals and the dean of the School of Architecture at Notre Dame, was the mastermind behind these innovative schemes, aided by his wife and partner, Elizabeth Moule, and their Pasadena office staff. 

  21. A Core Question at COP27: Who Will Pay for Climate Change?

    A vulnerability index developed by the University of Notre Dame measures countries’ exposure, sensitivity and capacity to adapt to the negative effects of climate change.

  22. US prepares to go to the polls for mid-term elections

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    Bob Schmuhl, Professor Emeritus of American Studies at Norte Dame University, on the mid-terms, and former President Donald Trump's strong hint that he will be a candidate in the 2024 Presidential election.

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    Robert Schmuhl

    American Studies

  23. Midterm Madness Makes for a Dramatic '22 Election

    "In a typical midterm election, the question is who will control Congress for the next two years," with voters commonly slapping down the party in power and forcing a party realignment in the legislative branch, says Matthew Hall, director of Notre Dame's Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy.

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    Matthew Hall

    Political Science

  24. Colleges Go Offbeat for Cybersecurity Training

    This year, Notre Dame decided to do something different: a cybersecurity festival intended “to reach people’s hearts and minds in a way that would stick and draw them into it as a counterpart to mandatory training,” Grundy said.

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