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Upcoming Events - Spring 2015

Student Programs"Understanding Human Dignity"
Join a semester-long discussion on human dignity and human development using lessons from Kellogg’s 2014 Human Dignity and Human Development Conference.  Four panels of faculty members, aimed at different intersections of human dignity, will frame the discussion.  Choose from global health, business and economics, conflict and policy, or community and development.  Introduced by Professor Steve Reifenberg, Executive Director of the Kellogg Institute for International Studies.
Wednesday, January 28, 6:00pm
Auditorium, Hesburgh Center for International Studies
Open to all students and faculty.  A reception will follow.

FordInternational Development Fellowships Deadline
The Institute’s fellowships are competitive one-year awards for graduating seniors of the University of Notre Dame.
Friday, January 30

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