Deadlines and Dates

Add/Drop Spring Class Deadline
Due Feb 10 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: All

Last day to add a Spring term course. Last day to drop a Spring 3 cr. course USING NOVO.

Part-Time Declaration Deadline
Due Feb 10 - Add to Google Calendar
Class: Senior

Only for seniors wishing to take less than 12 credit hours in their final grading semester. AFTER REGISTERING, use eForm on insideND. Scroll down to "Special Use Forms" to eForm titled: Graduating Semester Part Time Approval Request (UG Only)

Drop a 3 cr. Course Deadline 5pm
Due Apr 7 - Add to Google Calendar
Classes: All

Deadline for all students wishing to drop a 3 credit spring semester course. Student must use a Drop Class eForm February 11-April 7.

Upcoming Events

5
Feb

Ten Years Hence Speaker: Matthew Ferraro

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Location: Zoom Event-Link TBA

#1 of eight in this Spring Semester's Ten Years Hence Speaker Series, "News, Fake News, and Deep Fakes. How Do We Know What's True?"
Counsel in the Washington, DC office of Wilmer Hale where he practices in the intersection of national security, cybersecurity, and crisis managment. "Fake News, Real Costs: How Disinformation and Deep Fakes Impact Business" Everyone welcome.
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12
Feb

Ten Years Hence Speaker: Malachy Browne

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Location: Zoom Event-Link TBA

#2 of eight in this Spring Semester's Ten Years Hence Speaker Series, "News, Fake News, and Deep Fakes. How Do We Know What's True?"
Malachy Browne, Senior Story Producer, New York Times "Visual Investigations: Innovation in Storytelling" Everyone welcome.
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16
Feb

Ethics Week Theme for 2021: "Beginning with Empathy: Listening and Learning from Others"

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Location: Zoom from noon-1:00pm

Event #1: Guest Speaker will be Christopher Adkins, Assoc. Teaching Professor in the M&O Dept. and the Exec. Director of the ND Deloitte Center of Ethical Leadership. Presentation title: "Getting Better at Empathy: The Science and Practice of Standing Under Another's Experience"

All are welcome. Zoom Link TBA
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17
Feb

Ethics Week Theme for 2021: "Getting Better at Empathy: Listening and Learning from Others"

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Location: Zoom from noon to 1:00pm

Event #2: Guest Speaker is Jessica McManus Warnell, Assoc. Teaching Professor in M&O Dept. will host a panel entitled "ND Student Voices on Empathy & Racial Justice" featuring the following:
Fath Achangwa (Class of 2022, MBA)
Ahsan Mohar (Class of 2021, MBA)
Michael Perez (Class of 2021, undergraduate)
Max Siegel II (Class of 2022, undergraduate)

All are welcome. Zoom link TBA
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18
Feb

Ethics Week Theme for 2021: "Beginning with Empathy: Listening and Learning from Others"

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Location: Zoom from noon to 1:00pm

Event #3: Guest Speaker: Viva Bartkus, Assoc. Professor of Management, will be presenting on "Working Toward the Common Ground", along with two other Business on the Front Lines colleagues: Joe Sweeney, Associate Director of Experiential Learning for Mendoza's Graduate Business Programs and Kelly Rubey, Asst. Teaching Professor in the Management & Organization Dept.

All are welcome. Zoom link TBA
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19
Feb

Ethics Week Theme for 2021: "Beginning with Empathy: Listening and Learning from Others"

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Location: Zoom from noon to 1:00pm

Ethics Week-Event #4: Ken Milani, Prof. of Accountancy, will host a panel entitled "Medical Professionals Discuss Empathy in Healthcare: Its Possibilities and Pitfalls". Ken's panelists are:
Lisa Gorski, Clinical Nurse Specialist at Wheaton Franciscan Home Health & Hospice
Phil Newbold, CEO Emeritus at Beacon Health System
Brian Ratigan, Orthopedic Surgeon, SB Orthopedics and Head of Orthopedic Sports Medicine for ND Football

All are welcome. Zoom link TBA.
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Friday, January 15, 2021

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Conboy releases statement following deadly Capitol Hill attack

Friday, January 8, 2021

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Thursday, January 7, 2021

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Thursday, January 14, 2021

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Holy Cross announces plans for pre-arrival COVID testing, return to campus

Friday, January 8, 2021

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Meet the Team

  • Dale Nees

    Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies

    Amy G. Radvansky

    Associate Director for Advising & Administration

    Lisa Heming

    Assistant Director for Advising & Administration

    Gina Shropshire

    Assistant Professional Specialist and Assistant Director for Advising & Administration

    Andrew Wendelborn

    Assistant Director for Advising & Administration

    Laura Glassford

    Program Coordinator

    Jessica Noffsinger

    Administrative Assistant