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6 A&L faculty honored for undergraduate teaching, advising

Author: Chloe McCotter

The Office of the Provost presented Kimberly Belcher, Ann-Marie Conrado, Blake Leyerle, Forrest Spence, and Michael Macaluso with Joyce Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching and presented Maureen Dawson with a Dockweiler Award for outstanding advising.

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“The Voltage Effect” with Professor John A. List

Author: Birgit Deymann

John A. List, The Kenneth C. Griffin Distinguished Service Professor in Economics at the University of Chicago presented on his book, The Voltage Effect. Please see his lecture here. Prof. List’s lecture was part of our Combs Distinguished Lecture Series which regularly brings to campus leading academics and practitioners in the field of economics to interact with our students and faculty.…

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An unpredictable career, full of purpose: How Notre Dame helped economics alumna Mary Agnes Laguatan find her place in the world through languages, service, and a global mindset

Author: Sophia Lauber

A love of language led Mary Agnes “M.A.” Laguatan ’85 to Notre Dame. Four years later, that interest had blossomed into a curiosity about the rest of the world — and a calling to live out her values in the service of others. Now an executive with the global office of Ronald McDonald House Charities, Laguatan’s time at Notre Dame allowed her to discover her place and purpose in the world, one defined by helping others and offering dignity to those in need at home and abroad.

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