ND in the News: June 2022

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  1. What interest rate hikes mean for you and the economy

    “At this point, a hard landing is unavoidable,” Eric Sims, a professor of economics at the University of Notre Dame, told ABC News. “There will be some short-term pain.”

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    Eric Sims

    Department of Economics

  2. UK cancels first flight to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda

    “At a global level, this unapologetically punitive deal further condones the evisceration of the right to seek asylum in wealthy countries,” said Maurizio Albahari, a migration expert at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana as he described the UK policy.

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    Maurizio Albahari


  3. Why Republicans’ Attack On CEO Activism May Not Be Justified

    This is what a team of researchers at University of Notre Dame and Penn State University found when they examined changes in employees’ Glassdoor ratings before and after their employer took a stance on the North Carolina transgender bathroom debate.

  4. Pesticides Are Spreading Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals,’ Scientists Warn

    “We’ve seen fluoro groups in insecticides, but I would not call those PFAS,” says Graham Peaslee, a professor of physics at the University of Notre Dame. 

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    Graham Peaslee

    Experimental Nuclear Physics

  5. United Health Foundation Directs $100 Million to Diversify Health-Care Professional Pipeline

    $35 million to the University of Notre Dame to create an interdisciplinary research center dedicated to environmental and public health on the university’s East Campus Research Complex.

  6. We Know How America Got Such a Corporate-Friendly Court

    Patrick Deneen is a professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame. 

  7. You Have Only So Much Time. Are You Using It Right?

    Joe Holt, a business professor at the University of Notre Dame and former Jesuit priest who splits his time between South Bend, Ind., and the Chicago suburbs, spent parts of 2020 and 2021 volunteering in an intensive-care unit as a nurse’s aide. 

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    Joseph Holt

    Mendoza College of Business

  8. US set for recession next year, economists predict

    Further rate rises are also likely well into next year, said Christiane Baumeister, a professor at the University of Notre Dame, who thinks the Fed could lift its benchmark policy rate as high as 4 per cent in 2023.

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    Christiane Baumeister. Photo by Matt Cashore/University of Notre Dame.

    Christiane Baumeister

    Department of Economics

  9. What would it take for the NRA to lose its tax-exempt status?

    Without its tax-exempt status, the NRA would get taxed on their investment income at the corporate tax rate of 21%, potentially get taxed on their net income outside of investment income, and could also lose any exemptions they have at the state level, explained Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer, a law professor at the University of Notre Dame. 

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    Lloyd Mayer

    Notre Dame Law School

  10. W Radio

    They warn that 15% of the points of the Peace Agreement have not yet been implemented (Alertan que el 15% de los puntos del Acuerdo de Paz aún no han sido implementados)

    In dialogue with Contrarreloj, the representative of the Kroc Institute that monitors the progress of the agreement, pointed out that the next government and congress will have to take on several challenges. (En diálogo con Contrarreloj, el representante del Instituto Kroc que monitorea el avance de lo pactado, señaló que el próximo gobierno y congreso deberá asumir varios retos.)

  11. Prensa Latina

    Complying with the Peace Agreement is a challenge for the next government of Colombia (Cumplir el Acuerdo de Paz un reto para próximo gobierno de Colombia)

    The Kroc Institute of the University of Notre Dame, a member of the Peace Agreement verification mission in this country, revealed that the commitment signed between the government of Juan Manuel Santos, on behalf of the State, and the former Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia -People's Army (FARC-EP), only 30 percent complete. (El Instituto Kroc de la Universidad de Notre Dame, miembro de la misión de verificación del Acuerdo de Paz en este país, reveló que el compromiso rubricado entre el gobierno de Juan Manuel Santos, en representación del Estado, y las extintas Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia-Ejército del Pueblo (FARC-EP), solo se ha completado en un 30 por ciento.)

  12. Radio Nacional

    Only 30% of peace agreements have been completed: Kroc Institute (Tan solo el 30 % de los acuerdos de paz se ha completado: Instituto Kroc)

    "We have in our measurements that 15% of the commitments, which correspond to 86 agreed in the final peace agreement, are without any initiation," said Mateo Gómez, technical leader of Research at the Kroc Institute. (“Tenemos en nuestras mediciones que el 15 % de los compromisos, que corresponden a 86 pactados en el acuerdo final de paz, se encuentran sin tener alguna iniciación”, aseguró Mateo Gómez, líder técnico de Investigación del Instituto Kroc.)

  13. La Silla Vacía

    “The Pace Of Implementation Must Increase”: Kroc Institute (“El Ritmo De La Implementación Debe Aumentar”: Instituto Kroc)

    The Kroc Institute of the University of Notre Dame, which monitors the implementation of the Peace Agreement, released its report on the five years that the agreement signed with the FARC has been fulfilled. (El Instituto Kroc de la Universidad de Notre Dame, que le hace seguimiento a la implementación del Acuerdo de Paz, sacó su informe sobre los cinco años que cumplió el acuerdo firmado con las Farc.)


  14. Transitions: DePaul U. Selects Next President; U. of Delaware Names New Provost

    Laura Carlson, vice president, associate provost, and dean of the Graduate School at the University of Notre Dame, has been named provost of the University of Delaware... The Rev. Canon Hugh R. Page Jr., vice president and associate provost at the University of Notre Dame, has been named the university’s first vice president for institutional transformation and adviser to the president.

  15. Rural reforms least implemented part of Colombia peace deal -observers

    Completion of the six-section accord is progressing but is not on track to reach majority implementation within its 15-year timeline, researchers at the University of Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies said in a presentation.