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‘In the exercise of their rights, individuals and social groups are bound by the moral law to have respect both for the rights of others and for their own duties toward others and for the common welfare of all. All people are to deal with their fellows in justice and civility.’

-Dignitatus Humanae # 7

promulgated by Pope Paul VI, 1965

 As we continue our annual theme centered on questions of dignity and justice, the Center for Social Concerns continues to offer a place for dialogue about issues that matter for all members of our campus. You are invited to consider the Virtues of Discourse, and the Notre Dame Pledge designed by Professor John Duffy, director of the University Writing Program. Take The Pledge.

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Nitesh Chawla, Ph.D., Frank Freimann Collegiate Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering and director of The Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science & Applications (iCeNSA) is the recipient of the 2014 Rodney F. Ganey, Ph.D. Faculty Community-Based Research Award. Notre Dame News, April 3, 2014

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IN THE NEWS

> Howard Zehr, ‘grandfather of restorative justice,’ to speak at Notre Dame, ND News

> Congratulations to Jenna Ahn recipient of The Blessed Basil Moreau, C.S.C., Leadership Award.

> Peter Woo ’14 Named Recipient of the Indiana Campus Compact 2014 Richard J. Wood Student Community Commitment Award, ND News

> ND ranks on Peace Corps’ annual list of top volunteer-producing schools, ND News

In the News Archive

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ND Service-Learning Podcasts on iTunes

Center Staff Directory

Phone: 574-631-5293

UPCOMING EVENTS  CSC EVENTS CALENDAR

 

The Center for Social Concerns, in keeping with its theme of "Dignity and Justice," and in light of recent events, invites you to share your experience of campus culture. We will use a guided process that equalizes voice and fosters understanding. All perspectives are encouraged.

Please join us Monday evening, April 28, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in Geddes Hall.

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FALL 2014 SEMINARS

New this year!

Social Concerns Seminar Leadership

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New this year!

Hands of St. André: A Seminage

to André House in Phoenix
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Appalachia Seminar: Joy & Hope: Here & in the Hollers

Appalachia Advanced Topic –Rural Health Care

Energy, Climate, and

Social Change Seminar

Gospel of Life Seminar

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FALL 2014 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COURSES

Fall 2014 Community-Based Learning Course Guide

The Community-Based Learning Course Guide lists courses that address social issues through experiential learning.

ENROLL TODAY FOR FALL COURSES
For the most up-to-date and most searchable information for Community Engagement Courses, use Class Search by logging into InsideND, click on the Academic tab, click on the Class Search button, and click on ZCSC Commnty Engagmnt Course on the drop down menu in Attribute.

New this year!      Community-Based Research:

Geotagging the Near Northwest Neighborhood

New this year!    Leadership and Social Change

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2014 COMMON GOOD INITIATIVE (CGI) 

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Catholic Social Tradition Conference 2013

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Center Faculty & Staff Presentations / Publications

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