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MyBenefits.nd.edu is offline

Published: Fri Nov 30, 2018 at 02:00PM

MyBenefits.nd.edu, the University’s online benefits enrollment system, is currently offline for year-end administrative updates. The tool will be unavailable until January 2nd.

If you are a new hire seeking benefits enrollment or a current employee who recently experienced a qualifying event, please complete the appropriate enrollment e-form below. You will have 31 days from your hire date or qualifying event date to submit the appropriate enrollment form and dependent verification documentation (if required) to the Office of Human Resources located in 200 Grace Hall. Read full article

HR tech analyst doubles as competitive high jumper (Observer)

Published: Wed Nov 28, 2018 at 08:00AM

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At any given moment, there are numerous prestigious athletes present on Notre Dame’s campus. With currently elite programs — football, women’s and men’s basketball, fencing, hockey, lacrosse, etc. — and a historic repertoire of athletic excellence, Notre Dame has built a reputation for producing strong competitors. However, there are plenty of athletes on campus who do not earn as much publicity. One of these athletes is Matt McCubbins, who works as a tech analyst in the Human Resources department at the University. Read full article

Avoiding winter injuries on campus is a team effort

Published: Wed Nov 28, 2018 at 08:00AM

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There is a saying that many hands make light work. When it comes to reducing winter-related injuries on campus, everyone on campus has a role to play.

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Santa's helpers needed in the community

Published: Wed Nov 28, 2018 at 08:00AM

There may be no better way to get into the holiday spirit than making the season brighter for those in need. If you’re looking for ways to serve as a family, with friends or as an office, here are ideas from some United Way agencies, courtesy of the Office of Public Affairs Read full article

Notre Dame Wellness Center

Published: Wed Nov 28, 2018 at 05:20AM

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The Notre Dame Wellness Center exists to make it easier for benefit-eligible faculty, staff, and their eligible dependents to be and stay healthy. We offer a variety of services, including primary medical care, a full-service pharmacy, laboratory services and much more. Read full article

Team Irish 2018: Peace Accords Matrix

Published: Thu Nov 8, 2018 at 06:15PM

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Peace Accords Matrix 


Working at the nexus between research and practice, the Peace Accords Matrix Project is composed of researchers and practitioners seeking to promote and facilitate a higher order of integration between these domains. The Peace Accords Matrix team, part of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, provided key research support to the Colombia peace process negotiations in Havana, Cuba. In the final stages of the negotiation process, the project was included in the text of the Colombian peace agreement as the official monitors and verifiers of implementation of the accord.  Read full article

Team Irish 2018: Religious houses dining services

Published: Thu Nov 8, 2018 at 06:15PM

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Holy Cross House and Corby Hall Dining Team


The Holy Cross House and Corby Hall Dining Team is part of a larger group of professionals in charge of dining services for priests and brothers who live on campus. Striving to create a sense of community, home and family, the Holy Cross House and Corby Hall Dining Team have shown tireless dedication to creating an extraordinary dining experience for those who dine with them.  Read full article

Team Irish 2018: Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement

Published: Thu Nov 8, 2018 at 06:00PM

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Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement


The Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE) serves as a resource for undergraduate students who are embarking on directed or independent research. CUSE also serves as a resource for undergraduates who wish to apply for national and international fellowships. Read full article