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For students studying abroad, Thailand offers a new perspective on careers in real estate

Author: Brett Beasley

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Buying a house, flipping it, and selling it for a profit: that is what many students envision when they hear the term "real estate," according to Eugenio Acosta.

As the Senior Associate Director of the University of Notre Dame's Fitzgerald Institute for Real Estate

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Eight tons of surplus food saved, repurposed from Notre Dame Stadium during 2022 football season

Author: Erin Blasko

The University of Notre Dame donated more than 8 tons of food to Cultivate Food Rescue during the recently completed home football season, or about 2,300 pounds per game, helping to battle hunger and reduce food waste in the local community.

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8 Personal Qualities of an Entrepreneur

Author: Notre Dame ESTEEM

The concept of entrepreneurship is very simple - to start one’s own business. However, some economists think it is more than that. They think that a person who takes chances to gain profit is an entrepreneur and possibly the simplest definition of entrepreneurship is, a novice who wants to invent something new and wants to market his/her innovations for profit.

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Students, Faculty Discuss Experiences in Washington Program

Author: Kate Naessens

For those looking to gain internship experience while studying off-campus, the Notre Dame Washington Program poses an exciting and unique opportunity. Open to sophomores and juniors, the program boasts alumni who have gone on to work with The Washington Post, CNN, Facebook, and in Congress.

Students spend at least three days a week at their internships and take elective classes in the evenings, ranging from art history to legislative politics.…

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Senior Carlondrea “LaLa” Petty is on Her Path to Physical Therapist and Strength and Conditioning Coach

Author: Shannon Rooney

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Carlondrea “LaLa” Petty '23 plans to be a physical therapist and strength and conditioning coach. She is fascinated with the way the human body can heal itself.

In high school, Petty sustained an injury while running track and went to physical therapy herself. Throughout the process of rehabbing her injury, she noted how physical therapists used a client’s body, through manipulation, stretching, and correcting in other ways, to heal an injury.…

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AnBryce Scholar, Paige Jenkins '25, Reflects on Summer of Service

Author: Paige Jenkins

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This week concludes my time in Miami working with the Mexican-American Council (MAC) and their Summer College and Career Prep Program (CCP). This was a wonderful experience that reshaped the way I think about development in communities regarding education and youth empowerment. I would like to highlight a few moments that significantly impacted me. …

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New dining offerings on campus coming soon

Author: Molly Di Carlo, University Enterprises and Events

The options for dining on campus will increase this fall with the addition of new quick-service locations. Here are updates on three new dining offerings. 

With the new partnership of Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore and Barnes & Noble College comes the opening of a new coffee shop, The Gilded Bean. The coffee shop will open in the former Einstein Bagels location on Monday, Aug. 15. The Gilded Bean will serve the Starbucks-branded “Proudly We Serve” coffee line alongside bagels and bagel sandwiches. 

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A chance to change lives: How first-generation college student Natalie Hibshman ’17 built the skills to thrive in a medical career through psychology and studio art

Author: Sophia Lauber

As a plastic and reconstructive surgery resident at Duke University Medical Center, Natalie (Jackson) Hibshman ’17 applies what she learned at Notre Dame and in medical school to improve the lives of her patients. But there's always more to learn. With every physical problem someone encounters, she’s found there are complicated mental and emotional dynamics entwined with it — and her liberal arts education prepared her to take on the task of treating patients holistically.

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Summer Undergraduate Research: Five Students Weigh in on What They're Researching and Learning

Author: Shannon Rooney

Students with any major can conduct undergraduate research at Notre Dame and many students choose to conduct their research in the summer months. 

Some students work in labs, some partner with professors for special projects, and many find themselves traveling throughout the United States and even abroad to conduct research over their breaks.…

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Dublin Global Gateway facilitates new ND and DCU research collaboration

Author: Margaret Arriola

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After the success of the Ireland Climate Inventory project, a virtual summer 2021 initiative, the Dublin Global Gateway (DGG) is delighted to announce the launch of a new research collaboration between the Notre Dame Environmental Change Initiative (ND-ECI) and the Dublin City University Climate and Environmental Change Programme (DCU-BCES).…

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