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The President of Notre Dame has been reelected to serve another term in the office

Reverend John I. Jenkins, rector of Notre Dame University, celebrates Mass in honor of disappeared people and the families in search of them in Colinas de Santa Fe, Mexico, Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, where almost 300 human remains were found in clandestine graves. The Mass was held one day before the women's Solecito Collective is to be honored by Notre Dame for its work locating the remains of missing people in Veracruz state. The Solecito Collective is made up people searching for their missing loved ones. (AP Photo/Felix Marquez)

The Reverend John Jenkins will conclude his third five-year term on June 30th. Friday morning the University of Notre Dame Board of Trustees elected him to a fourth term during their fall meeting on the campus.

Chairman John Brennan said the president’s “insight, wisdom and steady hand have allowed Notre Dame to expand its research portfolio,” and has fostered global growth for the school.

Jenkins said he was honored by the confidence the Trustees have shown to him, and he looks forward to accomplishing more in the future.

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