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Environmental Research Center (UNDERC)

UNDERC is pleased to celebrate 40 years of environmental education at UNDERC-East, and 10 years at UNDERC-West. We are excited to announce our participation in Notre Dame Day, when the global Notre Dame family will come together to celebrate what each of us loves most about the University. For more information about UNDERC, visit our website at underc.nd.edu

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Description

The University of Notre Dame Environmental Research Center (UNDERC) aims to promote environmental research and education. We currently have two programs, UNDERC-East on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and UNDERC-West in Montana to serve the educational and research needs of the scientific community.

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During this exciting time, we have the unique opportunity to earn a portion of a $1 Million! Make a $10 gift on Notre Dame Day (April 24 – 25), and receive 5 votes to cast. The total number of votes we receive decides our percentage of the $1 Million. Please vote for us!

Why are donations necessary?

Donations are used to maintain and expand our world-class education and research programs in ecology and environmental science. The UNDERC education programs provide opportunities for undergraduate students, including Native American and Puerto Rican students. UNDERC also supports Notre Dame graduate students through Research Fellowships, in which graduate students mentor undergraduates to help them complete independent field projects.