The Environmental Change Initiative will host a Halloween-themed Science Sunday event from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday (Oct. 29) at the Notre Dame Linked Experimental Ecosystem Facility (ND-LEEF) at St. Patrick’s County Park in South Bend.
Notre Dame students working with city of South Bend, local firm on wireless monitoring technology Drought conditions in the American Southwest have drained rivers and reservoirs and led to ongoing water shortages in places such as California and Arizona, highlighting the precarious nature of the nation’s drinking water supply...
Students and faculty will lead demonstrations and hands-on activities around a variety of topics, from water filtration and the collection and identification of aquatic insects and zooplankton to groundwater resources, stream flow and watershed conservation.
The University of Notre Dame dedicated a new hydroelectric facility, ND Hydro, along the St. Joseph River during a ceremony Monday (Sept. 12) in downtown South Bend.
Financed with donations from Notre Dame Day 2021, the new camera replaces an older one, installed in 2017, that stopped working.
Science Sunday is an annual event where adults and children can learn about ND-LEEF and the wide range of environmental research happening at Notre Dame.
Science Sunday is an annual event where adults and children can learn about ND-LEEF and the latest research there.
The University of Notre Dame won nine awards at the annual Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Circle of Excellence Awards, second among 611 participating member institutions from 20 countries.