Undergraduate Research

The museum offers Notre Dame undergraduate students diverse opportunities for participation in an array of projects, including projects for class credit as undergraduate research, as paid assistants during both the academic year and summer, and as unpaid volunteers.  Available projects include identification, organization and restoration of specimens contained in museum collections, development of databases of plants and animals and their distributions, identification of rare, endangered, or invasive species, and development of thematic displays.

UG researchKelsey Poinsette-Jones (‘11) accesses Museum Database for specimen information.