Events Calendar

Fall 2017

 

September 26th

Getting Started in Undergraduate Research and Grant Writing for Sorin Scholars
Hosted by Dr. Yvonne Mikuljan, Assistant Director for Undergraduate Research
CUSE Think Tank. 7:00-8:00 PM.
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September 28th

Community Building Dinner
Hosted by the Community Building Committee
South Dining Hall, 5:30 pm
Meet at the Jesus table in South.
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Sorin: A Notre Dame Story
7:30 pm, Debartolo Performing Arts Center
Please meet Kati in the DPAC lobby at 7:10. Attire is business casual (no jeans)
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Registration concluded September 15.
Please contact Kati if you are still interested.

CANCELLED
October 4th

National Fellowships Opportunities for Jr/Sr Sorin Scholars
Hosted by Dr. Jeff Thibert, CUSE Director
CUSE Think Tank. 5:00-6:00 PM.
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October 5th

National Fellowships Opportunities for Sophomore Sorin Scholars
Hosted by Elise Rudt, National Fellowships Coordinator
CUSE Think Tank. 7:00-8:00 PM.
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October 8th

My Neighbor Totoro - Cinema at the Browning
DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, 12 pm - 2 pm
Please sign up using the below by Thursday, October 5. CUSE will purchase tickets if we get a group of at least five interested in going. You can read more about the film here
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October 9th - 13th

Sorin Scholar Study Sesh
CUSE Think Tank. All hours!
Looking for a space to study? Join your fellow scholars in the Think Tank. CUSE will provide snacks during midterm weeek, and a quiter space to study. If you need an office key, please see Kati, or contact another key-holding scholar!

November 1st

Sorin Scholars Cedar Grove Cemetery Tour
Meet at Cedar Grove Cemetery Chapel 11:30 am - 12:30 pm.
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November 2nd

Student-Faculty Research Talk: Matthew McGoldrick and Dr. Seth Brown
CUSE Think Tank. 7:00-8:00 PM.

"The Independence of Metabolic Disease and Health"

The global incidence of obesity is increasing at an epidemic rate, placing a massive toll on healthcare systems and economies across the world.  My work at Gerstner Sloan Kettering in New York aimed to characterize the most fundamental genetic basis of this incredibly complex disease.  I helped demonstrate that macrophages, one of the most important cells in the innate immune system, produce an inflammatory protein in response to a high fat diet.  Surprisingly, this protein has been shown to independently regulate metabolic disease and early mortality; in other words, even a healthy individual with a normal metabolism may suffer early mortality as a result of a high fat diet.  This conclusion complicates the way we look at obesity and metabolic health and challenges us to reconsider the importance of diet and metabolic normalcy in overall health.
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November 16th

Community Building Dinnner #2
Hosted by the Community Building Committee
South Dining Hall, 6:00 pm
Meet at the Jesus table in South.
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November 27th

Sorin Scholar Chipolte Fundraiser
Eddy Street Commons Chipolte, 4 pm - 8 pm
Print out this flyer and bring a copy to Chipotle..
50% will be donated to the Sorin Scholar Program.

November 29th

Sophomore Dinner with Provost Burish
Jordan Hall of Science Reading Room. 6:00-7:30 PM.

 

December 2nd

Ice Skating at Compton Ice Arena
Hosted by the Community Building Committee
Compton Ice Arena, 2 pm
Meet inside the front entrance to Compton at 2 pm.
CUSE will cover the cost of the skating.
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