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  1. Yes in God’s backyard? This housing solution may be the answer to your prayers.

    “There’s a long tradition in the United States of Roman Catholic churches and other Christian churches trying to provide for those without housing, but where you see something different in this moment is there’s a larger societal conversation in the US about housing access and the lack of housing writ large,” said Rev. Patrick Reidy, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame and co-director of the school’s Church Properties Initiative.

  2. Yahoo! News

    Who really controls our food and water? Here are the 6 most shocking revelations from "The Grab"

    Additionally, Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine further intensifies its climate consequences, scientists said. “The humanitarian disaster is of the utmost importance — the number of deaths and structures that were destroyed — but the collateral damage is intense destruction to the atmosphere,” explained Debra Javeline, associate professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame.

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    Debra Javeline

    Department of Political Science

  3. Have a Boring Task to Do at Work? Don’t Just Plow Through It

    Boredom serves an important purpose, much like pain, says Casher Belinda, an assistant professor of management at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, and a co-author of the research. 

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    Casher Belinda

    Management & Organization

  4. The US wants to decouple its military supplies from China – but can it?

    Eugene Gholz, an associate professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, said the US still had significant advantages, saying the relationship is “not equally dependent” as the US economy is more flexible and innovative, and it has access to more alternative suppliers than China.

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    Charles Gholz

    Political Science

  5. How Trump’s Florida residency complicates Rubio’s path to VP

    “Florida is a large state and a state that you hope to carry,” said Derek Muller, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame. 

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    Derek Muller

    Law School

  6. HuffPost, Yahoo! Life

    The Surprising Way Men's Brains Change After They Become Parents

    Lee Gettler is a professor of anthropology at the University of Notre Dame who has published a number of studies about hormonal changes in fathers.

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    Lee Gettler

    Anthropology

  7. Men’s brains change when they become dads

    “So the idea is that declining testosterone as men are transitioning to fatherhood resets focus and priorities … onto the family,” said Lee Gettler, a professor of anthropology at the University of Notre Dame and lead author of the testosterone study.

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    Lee Gettler

    Anthropology

  8. ‘Racial resentment’ a factor in violence of 6 January 2021, study says

    “What Trump and Republicans did was they tried to make the point that something nefarious was going on in areas that were primarily African American,” said David Wilson, dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley, who published the study with Darren Davis, a professor of political science at Notre Dame.

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    Darren Davis

    Political Science

  9. Becoming a dad comes with a lot of changes—including to your health

    "Children who grow up with invested fathers have better social, emotional, and academic outcomes than children without such fathers," says Lee Gettler, a biological anthropologist and director of the Hormones, Health, and Human Behavior Lab at the University of Notre Dame.

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    Professor Gettler is standing in front of a bookcase and has a blue/grey shirt on with large square design.

    Lee Gettler

    Anthropology

  10. Young Women Are Fleeing Organized Religion. This Was Predictable.

    In their 2010 book, “American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us,” Robert Putnam and David Campbell described the change in attitudes among religious Americans that began taking place in the 1970s.

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    David Campbell

    Political Science

  11. ‘The world’s on fire’: How the Catholic Church is responding to global warfare

    That document itself added a modern codification to what Mary Ellen O’Connell, a professor of law and international peace studies at the University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, called the church’s “ancient prohibition” on war—its various attempts through just war teaching to throw moral and legalistic obstacles before a preferential option for war.

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    Mary Ellen O'Connell

    Notre Dame Law School

  12. 2020’s ‘fake elector’ schemes will be harder to try in 2024 – but not impossible

    Derek T. Muller, Professor of Law, University of Notre Dame

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    Derek Muller

    Law School

  13. Politically Speaking - AI in Democracy and Elections

    This week, Lisa Schirch, Professor of the Practice of Peacebuilding & Tech at the University of Notre Dame, and Rep. Penelope Tsernoglou explore AI's impact on democracy and elections. Discover how AI can enhance engagement, the ethical challenges it presents, and the legislative efforts to regulate AI-generated political content.

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    Lisa Schirch

    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Keough School of Global Affairs

  14. LIVENOW FROM FOX

    Biden signs order to limit border requests

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    LiveNOW's Stephanie Coueignoux spoke with Erin B. Corcoran, the executive director of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and associate teaching professor at the University of Notre Dame, to discuss Biden's plan to enact restrictions on migrants seeking asylum at the border.

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    Erin Corcoran

    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Keough School of Global Affairs

  15. How did the closely watched jobs report get its start?

    “When it was created, its main work was what they called special investigations, to look at what was called the ‘labor questions,’” said Thomas Stapleford, an economic historian at the University of Notre Dame. 

  16. US President Joe Biden clamps down the US-Mexican border

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    Joining us now to talk about the action is Erin Corcoran, a professor at the Keough School of Global Affairs, University of Notre Dame (at minute 2:38).

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    Erin Corcoran

    Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Keough School of Global Affairs

  17. New Commission on Faith-Based Institutions Launched

    The commission’s executive committee includes the presidents of the University of Notre Dame, the Catholic University of America, Brigham Young University, Yeshiva University, Samford University and Wheaton College, among others. 

  18. The undoing of Roe v Wade has created a mighty political movement

    “We’re not talking about a massive tide of people turning out,” says David Campbell, a political scientist at the University of Notre Dame. 

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    David Campbell

    Political Science

  19. With time short, veterans seize the chance to keep their D-Day memories alive for others

    D-Day was the biggest operation of the war and a moment of high drama because everyone knew the Allies would invade Europe, they just didn’t know when or where, said Ian Johnson, a professor of war, diplomacy and technology at the University of Notre Dame.

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    Ian Ona Johnson

    Department of History

  20. Trump Allies Sue to Allow Election Officials to Refuse to Certify Results

    Adams’ lawsuit could also backfire and prove that the certification process — a previously mundane and “ministerial” task that election deniers have hijacked in recent years — is not up to the discretion of officials like Adams, says Derek Muller, a professor at Notre Dame Law School who has written about the issue of local certification of elections.

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    Derek Muller

    Law School

  21. Should You Use Your Classroom as a Lab?

    James M. Lang is a professor of practice at the University of Notre Dame’s Kaneb Center for Teaching Excellence. His most recent book is Distracted: Why Students Can’t Focus and What You Can Do About It, published by Basic Books. He also is the author of Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons From the Science of Learning.

  22. AFP

    Embracing boredom at work is better instead of powering through

    Above all, we shouldn’t try to fight it at all costs, according to Assistant Professor of Management at Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business Casher Belinda, who is lead author of the study.

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    Casher Belinda

    Management & Organization

  23. Brian Conybeare talks Trump Verdict with Notre Dame Law Professor Derek Muller

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    ABC57 Anchor Brian Conybeare sits down with University of Notre Dame Law Professor Derek Muller, to discuss the guilty verdict from the Donald Trump hush money trial and what possibly comes next.

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    Derek Muller

    Law School

  24. Online shoppers behave differently after chatting with staff of the opposite gender, new research shows – here’s why businesses should be paying attention

    Yoonseock Son, Assistant Professor of IT, Analytics, and Operations, University of Notre Dame; Corey Angst, Professor of IT, Analytics, and Operations, University of Notre Dame; Kaitlin Wowak, Associate Professor of IT, Analytics and Operations, University of Notre Dame.

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    Corey Angst

    IT, Analytics, and Operations Department

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    Kaitlin Wowak

    Mendoza College of Business

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    Yoonseock Son

    IT, Analytics, and Operations

  25. Trump's New York felony conviction can't keep him from becoming president

    "There's a wide understanding that the qualifications listed in the Constitution are exclusive - that is, we can't add to those qualifications," said Derek Muller, an election law professor at the University of Notre Dame.

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    Derek Muller

    Law School

  26. RFK Jr. files complaint that CNN’s debate ‘colluded’ with Biden and Trump to keep him off the stage

    And law professor Derek Muller raised questions about the debate criteria in a post for the popular legal site, Election Law Blog.

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    Derek Muller

    Law School

  27. Yahoo! News, Chicago Tribune, MSN

    Dozens of Illinois communities urged to extend use of coal-fired power plant near Marissa

    Emily Grubert, an associate professor of sustainable energy policy at the University of Notre Dame, has urged elected officials and other policymakers to be straight with Americans about impending job losses in the fossil fuel industry. Leaders should prepare now for a decline in local tax revenues after coal plants close, she has said.

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    Emily Grubert

    Keough School of Global Affairs, College of Engineering

  28. First millennial saint could be canonized as early as end of 2025

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    Religious scholars say a Saint Carlo could be a game changer for the Church struggling to recruit the next generation. “Could it be possible that Saint Carlo would be the new patron saint of the internet? Absolutely,”  said NBC contributor Kathleen Sprows Cummings, author of the book “A Saint of Our Own.” 

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    Kathleen Sprows Cummings

    American Studies

  29. Trump Voters Don’t Just Expect Higher Inflation—They Get It Too

    In new research, economists Carola Binder, Rupal Kamdar and Jane Ryngaert examined Labor Department inflation figures for U.S. metropolitan areas, and compared them with voting data. 

  30. U.N. court order deepens Israel’s isolation as it fights on in Rafah

    Mary Ellen O’Connell, a professor of law and peace studies at the University of Notre Dame, described the ICJ’s ruling Friday as the clearest indication yet that the operation in Rafah might be unfolding in contravention of international humanitarian law.

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    Mary Ellen O'Connell

    Notre Dame Law School

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