New ESC Parking Garage Rates for Visitors


The Eddy Street Commons Parking Garage will introduce new parking rates on Monday, August 18th, 2014 at 8 am.  New rates will not affect employee parking. The new rate structure is as follows:


Stay Cost
0-2 FREE
2-3 $2
3-4 $4
4-5 $6
5-8 $8
8-24 $10

 *Event rates may vary

Our Sympathy to Janet Jessup and Family

Janet Jessup’s father, Joseph Weber, passed away on Tuesday at his home in New Jersey.
The visitation will be on Monday, August 18, from 9:30-10:45 a.m. at Saint Augustine Church of St. Damien Parish in Ocean City, New Jersey, followed by 11:00 a.m. Mass .  Godfrey Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.
The obituary:

Joseph FrancisWeber of Ocean City, NJ, 89, passed away peacefully on August 12, 2014, in his home in Ocean City. In recent weeks, Joe was lovingly attended to by his son John (Susan) and daughters Patrice Teel (Tom), Jeanne Summers (Keith), Janet Jessup (Scott) and Anne Kane (David).

Joe was born in Greenwich Village in New York City to George and Margaret Weber. He is predeceased by his brother George and sister Margaret. He graduated from Cardinal Hayes High School in the Bronx in 1942 and remained a loyal supporter. Joe entered the Army in 1943 and earned a Purple Heart for life-threatening injuries in France. Joe was the husband of the late Marie (“Chickie”) Patton. He is survived by five children, twelve grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Joe and Chickie shared a life-long friendship with Jack (deceased) and Margaret Meehan. Joe and Peg’s shared friendship resulted in their marriage in 1994. They had twenty years together.

Joe spent 35 years with Mobil Oil Company in refinery operations. He lived a life of honesty, hard work, and family. A Mass of Christian burial will be held on Monday, August 18, at Saint Augustine Church, 13th St. & Wesley Ave., Ocean City, NJ at 11a.m. Friends and family may call 9:30-10:45 a.m. before Mass. Burial will follow in Seaside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: The Joseph F. Weber Scholarship at Cardinal Hayes High School, 650 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York 10451 c/o Father Joseph Tierny. For condolences and information, visit

Please keep Janet, her father and the family in your prayers.

Prayers Requested for Deena Chamberlin’s Husband Eric

Deena’s husband Eric went to the ER two weeks ago with a blood clot in his leg. Two days ago, part of it separated and traveled to his lung. Doctors will be implanting a filter in his artery this morning, Thursday, to reduce chances of further blockage. Deena and Eric would appreciate everyone’s thoughts and prayers. Thanks.

Welcome Andrew Yocum to the Applications & Infrastructure Team

I am pleased to announce that effective September 1, Andrew Yocum will be transitioning from his current role as a Business Consultant to join the Applications & Infrastructure Team as an IT Project Manager/Applications Developer.  We thank Andrew for his invaluable contributions as a member of the Information Strategy team in the building of the data warehouse. In his new role on the applications development team, he will work with key stakeholders in the Development Office to provide technical leadership in new IT project initiatives which support our strategic business objectives. He will also provide support of our existing systems, including Advance and iModules Integrations. Andrew will be located at Grace Hall.

The open position for a Data Warehouse Analyst on the Information Strategy team is currently posted.  See

Please join me in congratulating Andrew on his expanded role.

Carleen Quinlan, Director, Strategic Applications & Infrastructure

Welcome Anne Dockery to the Chicago Regional Office

Please join the Chicago Regional Development Office and the Midwest Team as we welcome Anne Dockery.  Anne received her Bachelor of Arts and Sciences degree from Indiana University and she is a current employee of Notre Dame.  In her most recent role, Anne has served as a Guest Service Associate at the Morris Inn.  Anne was part of team that opened the renovated and expanded Morris Inn; surely that experience should prepare her well as she enters Development on the brink of football season!  

Prior to her Morris Inn experience, Anne provided temporary assistance in both the Mendoza College of Business and the Graduate School.  Upon completion of training Anne will relocate to the Chicago office in the role of Administrative Assistant.  Anne’s first week will coincide with the UR Summit, and we are thrilled to have Anne on board our team!

Eileen Murdock

Welcome Leah Corachea to ESC

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to announce that Leah Corachea has joined the Development team as an Administrative Assistant, covering the Eddy Street Commons Front Desk while also serving as my assistant.

Leah is a 2014 graduate of the University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Gender Studies. Among her undergraduate accomplishments, she was the coxswain of Notre Dame’s Big East Champion Women’s Rowing Team and a bouncer at Legends of Notre Dame. Since graduation, she has continued to work at Legends as a catering and events manager.

Among Leah’s biggest challenges as football season approaches is simply putting names and faces together. So as you pass by in upcoming days, please take a moment to briefly introduce yourself and join me in welcoming Leah to the team.

​Finally, I would like to thank Carol Ernst​, Lauren​ LaMore​ and virtually every other assistant who graciously covered the front desk during breaks throughout the transition. The teamwork is invaluable.

All the best,

Tim Willis

Sr. Director, Organizational Effectiveness

Development Tech Team Move to Grace; ESC Hours

Effective Monday, August 11, the Development Tech Team of Rose, Jeremy, and Jeff will be relocated to Grace Hall, 10 South. With this move, the following changes will be implemented:

  • We will have designated office hours at Eddy St. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m. and all day on Football Fridays. You can book an appointment with us during this time using the appointment slots in the DEV Helpcalendar, or walk-ins are also welcome.
  • We will provide remote support and access via team viewer when it is appropriate.
  • Loaner laptops at ESC can be checked-out via the front desk. (Similar to the Smart Car process)
  • Loaner laptops at Grace can be checked-out from the Dev Tech Team on Grace 10S.
  • Additional equipment needs should be requested via an assyst ticket.
  • For technology setup of large meetings in the Family Room or Sorin Room, notify us a minimum of 1 day in advance.

Please continue to log a service request at , or call the OIT Help Desk @ 1-8111.

If you have any questions, please contact your departmental IT support staff.

Carleen Quinlan

Director, Strategic Applications & Infrastructure

Style on Sunday

Style on Sunday – The ND Women Connect Book Club of St. Joseph Valley is hosting an expanded book club – open to all – on Sunday, August 10, featuring Linda Przybyszewski, Associate Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame and author of newly released book, The Lost Art of Dress: The Women Who Once Made America Stylish. Having read the book or not, come draped in your best ensemble, whether it be a beloved pair of blue jeans or your Sunday best, and enjoy a tea accompanied by casual table discussions and a formal presentation from Professor Przybyszewski. Book signing to begin at 4:30 p.m., program starts at 5:00 p.m. Cost is $30 per person. For additional event details and registration instructions, please visit  Please complete registration by Thursday, August 7. Contact Margot Jones ’11 with any questions at mjones10@nd.eduor 574-631-2473.

Aug 7th One Entrance Closed at ESC Garage

AEP will be doing an upgrade to electric system for Legends Row Condos starting at 8 am Thursday August 7th, 2014.  They will be blocking the EAST (Burns) entrance and exit during this update.  This work will last approximately 4 – 8 hours. We will re-open this entrance as soon as possible. The Napoleon and Eddy entrances and exits will be open as normal.