Researchers at the University of Notre Dame discovered a new type of cell in the heart that may help regulate heart rate, and could be an important key in understanding certain types of congenital heart defects and other diseases that involve the heart.
A team of three students who are pursuing majors in Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics at Notre Dame won second place in a national statistics competition with a project they hope will improve responses to earthquakes.
The Department of Mathematics has implemented a mastery-based grading system in Calculus III courses, which allows students to retake assessments and solidify their understanding of topics.
Inaugural summit in rare disease advocacy demonstrates how students, faculty, and biopharmaceutical companies can work together to bring about new treatments.
Financed with donations from Notre Dame Day 2021, the new camera replaces an older one, installed in 2017, that stopped working.
The University of Notre Dame will soon create a campus center devoted to current and new diversity and inclusion programs, resources and initiatives for students.
The University of Notre Dame has been recognized by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs as a top producer of Gilman Scholars over the past 20 years among “medium” institutions based on enrollment.
“Here at Notre Dame, let us use this month to honor the culture and many invaluable contributions of Native Americans. We are particularly grateful for the long relationship Notre Dame has enjoyed with the Pokagon Band of the Potawatomi, which remains today a cherished community partner.”