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Two new 5+1 postdoc opportunities in Rome

Notre Dame International, in collaboration with the Center for Italian Studies, is sponsoring two new postdoctoral fellowship at the Rome Global Gateway…
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New initiative supports international students unable to return to campus

Notre Dame International has launched a new initiative to better support international students unable to return to campus for the current academic semester and beyond. The initiative, called Engage ND, helps connect students to campus resources and the Notre Dame global network, enhancing their experience and relationship with the University.…...
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Notre Dame files formal comment with Department of Homeland Security

Three University of Notre Dame leaders have filed a formal comment on behalf of the University urging the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to withdraw a proposed rule that would make it harder for international students to enroll in U.S. universities. The comment amplifies concerns expressed this week in a...
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Rome Global Gateway launches new virtual series on medieval Italian literature

The Rome Global Gateway launches the new series "The Three Crowns: Texts and Contexts of Medieval Italy. New Books of Italian Philology and Literature. I edition: Dante 2021."  This first series of four seminars proposes the presentation of recently published books on Dante within an initiative dedicated to authors and...
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Rome Global Gateway launches online platform for Catholic academic events

In partnership with local Catholic Roman institutions, the Rome Global Gateway is creating a unique online platform that will feature events organized by Italian and Pontifical Catholic institutions in Rome. This is the first time these featured events will all reside in one place. The platform will aggregate information on academic and...
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Rome Global Gateway hosts first hybrid event after COVID-19

In September, the Rome Global Gateway, in collaboration with the international doctoral program in Contemporary Humanism of LUMSA University, organized the first hybrid (in-person and online) event of the fall semester. This was the first in-person event organized taking into account recent governmental regulations, as well as social distancing.…
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Meet the authors: a book presentation series in Rome

This month, the Rome Global Gateway hosted two online book presentations as part of a “Meet the authors” series. The first event, hosted on September 30th, presented the new translation of Luigi Pirandello's book Stories for the Years by Virginia Jewiss, senior lecturer in the humanities at Yale University. …
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Virtual ThinkND series explores communicating across cultures

A new fall online series offered by the University of Notre Dame Alumni Association is aimed at helping participants develop communication skills critical to enhancing cultural awareness, knowledge and practical skills in the increasingly diverse contemporary workplace.
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Notre Dame International honors Global Gateway academic directors

As their terms come to a close, Notre Dame International (NDI) would like to honor and recognize the accomplishments of the three academic directors: JoAnn DellaNeva (London Global Gateway), Hannah Hemphill (Jerusalem Global Gateway), and Heather Hyde Minor (Rome Global Gateway).  As academic directors, they have each played a critical role...
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Notre Dame suspends all fall study abroad programs

After considering the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic’s impact worldwide and consulting with faculty, domestic and international medical professionals, peers and other experts, the University has suspended all undergraduate and graduate study abroad programs for the fall semester.
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Virtual summer volunteer opportunities connect RGG students and alumni to Rome

Community-based learning and volunteering are taking on new forms due to the recent COVID-19 crisis, allowing even more volunteers to stay connected to the local Roman community this summer. Though students will not physically be present at the Rome Global Gateway (RGG) this summer, staff have been working with local...
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Surviving Coronavirus

The Nanovic Institute for European Studies is pleased to share the story of Pietro Roberto Goisis, a Milan-based psychiatrist who survived coronavirus. Translated by Ingrid Rowland. 
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'Grazie mille' to the Spring 2020 faculty and staff

We are incredibly grateful for our Spring 2020 faculty and staff who have gone above and beyond to make this semester possible. Thank you all for your continued dedication to the Rome Global Gateway.  …