Each year, a diverse group of speakers provide students with real-world information and application of topics learned in class as well as personal experience. Science speakers, authors, Holocaust survivors and college admissions deans regularly visit our campus.
Here are just a few examples:
Holocaust Survivor Story
At Notre Dame, all sophomores study the Holocaust across English, history, and religious studies as part of an integrated curriculum. Students read several accounts of the Holocaust as part of their studies, but the key cornerstone of that learning experience is hearing the testimony of a survivor.
Learning the Realities of Homelessness in Silicon Valley
Notre Dame juniors and seniors spent time learning about the harsh realities of homelessness in Silicon Valley this week.
Learning About Local Government
In the 2017-18 school year, Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, Supervisor Cindy Chavez and Congressman Ro Khanna.
Each year Notre Dame hosts an author visit in conjunction with our annual ND Reads selection. This year, Dr. Terrence Roberts, a member of the Little Rock Nine, shared his story.
Alumnae Return for Career Day
Alumnae currently working in a variety of positions including superior court judge, professor and FBI special agent shared career information and advice with Notre Dame students. It also provided these Notre Dame women an opportunity to network and reconnect with friends and mentors.