We are excited to announce that Nov. 4 will be dedicated to home school students. We will release an in-depth schedule for the day 2 weeks before depending on the number and ages of the students that sign up. There will be a $5 charge per student.
Thank you for your interest, but registration is now closed. We will be announcing dates in 2020 shortly.…
During the Annual Notre Dame Day, the University is giving away $1 million dollars based on the votes collected by groups across campus. For a $10 gift to the DNA Center, you get 5 votes. Last year, each vote was worth ~14 so a $10 gift results in ~$75 to the DNA Center. We use that money to subsidize lab costs and offer scholarships to our summer camps. DNA Day coincidentally overlaps with Notre Dame Day so we encourage you to combine the effect of these two days!…
We are excited to announce that the registration for our Summer 2016 Camps are now available! Please click on Summer Camps for more information!
We will have 3 weeks of residential camps, 2 weeks of day camps and NEW for 2016 a Beginner Workshop for students completed grades 5 and 6. All other summer camps will be intended for students who have completed grades 7 and 8, though we will be open to including early high school students as well. Please contact us directly 574-631-1506 for more information.…
Congratulations to the 2015 DNA Day Essay Contest movie gift card recipients!
Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and research professionals will come together with representatives from commerce for the eighth annual Collaborating for Education and Research Forum from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday (Jan. 31) in the Jordan Hall of Science at the University of Notre Dame.
In collaboration with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, the College of Science at the University of Notre Dame will dedicate the DNA Learning Center at 11:30 a.m. Saturday (Sept. 28) in the Jordan Hall of Science, Room 139. The event is open to the public.
A hands-on science center devoted to modern biology education, the DNA Learning Center will prepare local K-12 students to thrive in the gene age.