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NDNU's Clinical Psychology Department & The CIIS Integral Counseling Psychology Program invite you to attend:

"Inspired Educators in a Secular Age: Spirituality in Higher Education"

Featuring renowned theologian, Richard Morrill, Ph.D., the conference will explore religion and spirituality as relevant areas of scholarly inquiry.

Saturday, October 1, 2016
Location: NDNU's Cunningham Memorial Chapel
Conference: 9 AM - 3 PM | Reception: 3 PM - 4:30 PM

For more information or to RSVP, please contact:
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Since 2012, SR Education Group has been collecting reviews of graduate programs to help prospective students get valuable feedback from alumni.

This year, we are honored to be recognized as the second ranked graduate Psychology program in the country.
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Interested in one of NDNU's graduate programs? Join us for tomorrow's information forum starting at 6:30pm. Meet program directors and staff, have your questions answered. Details provided in the link below.
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Morghan King will be competing in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics this weekend as a representative of the United States in weightlifting. She is one of three women representing Team USA in Brazil.
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Are you an entrepreneur looking to start your first business? The NDNU School of Business and Management invites you to attend John Chisholm's complimentary presentation "Unleash Your Inner Company" in the Gellert Library, Thursday August 4. Reserve your spot today:
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Join us at the Wiegand Gallery for today's opening of "From Clouds to Dust: Photos of Migrant Labor" by photographer Matt Black.

For the past twenty years Matt Black’s work has explored the connections between migration, poverty, agriculture, and the environment in his native rural California and in southern Mexico. The Wiegand exhibition combines his documentary projects “The People of the Clouds” and “The Kingdom of Dust,” and features his work on agriculture in California’s Central Valley and the migrant’s home villages in Mexico. The gallery is open Monday-Saturday from 12-4pm.
To accurately document a group that is as off the grid as farmworkers, you have to live and move among them, as photographer Matt Black has done from Exeter, a railroad town deep in the San Joaquin Valley where he grew up and still lives. Photos of Migrant Labor by Matt Black, a solo show in the Wiegand Gallery at Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont that opens Thursday, Sept. 15. The gallery is in the stone carriage house attached to the ...
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Join us for an intimate luncheon, talk, and Q&A with famed investigative journalist Eric Schlosser, author of "Fast Food Nation" on September 19th.

Mr. Schlosser will discuss his book "Command and Control" and how arms control figures into foreign policy and affects the tumultuous political landscape in America and abroad. This provocative and timely presentation should not be missed!

To RSVP and for more information, please visit the link below. All proceeds from this event will support NDNU scholarships.
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Interested in getting your MBA or returning for your bachelor's degree? Join us tonight at 6:30 pm to learn more about our programs designed for busy adults in the Tracy area. For details and to RSVP: #LearnInsidetheTriangle
Admissions Events. Admissions events are designed to give prospective students the opportunity to experience and learn more about NDNU, meet with professors, get their questions answered, and discover whether NDNU is the right fit. Notre Dame de Namur University's Tracy Campus offers bachelor's ...
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One of NDNU's seven hallmarks is to "honor the dignity and sacredness of each person."

Through her capstone project at NDNU, Lisa Blanchard '11 started and continues to run The Grateful Garment Project in Campbell, California. In a Spring 2012 interview, Blanchard said “All my life experiences were leading up to the Grateful Garment Project...It’s no longer just me; it’s a ‘we’.” ‪#‎NDNUAlumni‬ ‪#‎RestoreDignity‬
Many sexual assault survivors wear a sheet home from the hospital-- this organization wants to change that.
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Morghan King to Compete in Olympics Weightlifting Saturday, August 6th at 3:30pm PST.
BELMONT, Calif. – Former Notre Dame de Namur graduate and soccer player Morghan King's chance for Olympic glory is just around the corner. King, will compete on Saturday at 3:30 pm pacific time in Rio de Janeiro as the first American in the 48 kg weightlifting event since 2004.
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"Notre Dame de Namur is a great school if you like small class sizes."
"NDNU has activities and social events that enhance the university experience."
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C. C.
a month ago
As a parent of a student that attends NDNU, I am very pleased with the structure, support, faculty, student ratio and academic excellence. NDNU offers an excellent academic regime' as well as encouraging students to serve in the community. NDNU has activities and social events that enhance the university experience. This university is for the student striving for academic success.
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Thomas Will
6 months ago
Very uplifting & peaceful for the serious student who knows what they want. But if your looking for that big school (party school)distraction this is not for you.
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6 years ago
Notre Dame de Namur is a great school if you like small class sizes. However, after attending this school, I have to say academically, the classes are not very challenging, and move at a fairly slow pace. There really are not a lot of on campus activities, and because the school is so small it sometimes feels like a high school, rather than a college.
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I love the support I receive!! It helps when Teachers recognize the importance of having extra time to complete projects as a working woman.
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