Summer Internship Opportunities
- FaST (Faculty and Student Teams) Program
- summer 2010
- About the FaST (Faculty and Student Teams) Program
- The 10-week residential program begins the last week in May. New junior faculty seeking tenure, and senior faculty seeking to expand collaborative research opportunities are encouraged to apply. Fellowships are provided for a faculty member and at least 2 but not more than 3 students/team. More than one FaST team is eligible from a university. The faculty member pre-selects students. Students will subsequently complete their component of the application once the faculty member provides the link.To obtain the best match, an overview of the research programs at Argonne is available in our online Catalog of Research Projects : http://www.dep.anl.gov/catalog/catalog.htm
Identify 2 or 3 research areas from the catalog and include in your application (project title & number).Contact Frank M. Vivio if you have questions about the FaST program:
Frank M. Vivio
Division of Educational Programs
Argonne National Laboratories
9700 South Cass Ave,
Argonne, Illinois 60439
- KEY DATES
October 1, 2009 - On-Line Application Opens
February 1, 2010 - First Day Labs Will Begin Making Internship Placement Offers*
April 30, 2010 - Last Day Labs will make Internship Placement Offers**
- Latest Day Teams will be notified***
*Teams may continue to submit applications after the labs begin reviewing applications; however, applications submitted after may never be read by the lab.
**After this date, the link for online applications will be removed
***Note: If a team is selected and declines the offer, the team will be removed from the selection listing. Other teams will be selected until all available placements are filled.
Are you interested in the environment?
Are you of Latino, African, Native American, or Asian Island descent?
Are you a strong academic student?
Announcing a NEW, NSF-funded, URM Program in
Buffalo State College
Part of the mission of the National Science Foundation (NSF) is to increase diversity representation within the scientific community. The agency believes participation in research, at all levels, provides one of the best avenues to recruit and retain future scientists, and it has several funding programs to support this mission. One program is URM, Undergraduate Research and Mentoring.
The Biology Dept at Buffalo State College recently received an award through the Division of Biological Infrastructure to prepare minority students for success in graduate programs related to Aquatic Biology and Watershed Ecology. We seek qualified undergraduates willing to engage in a 2-year program of research and study.
Eligible students will:
Receive a $12, 000 /yr stipend
Complete a 2-yr research project in Aquatic or Watershed Ecology
Reside in dorm housing over the summer
Take a 3-course sequence during the academic year
Spend a week at a biological field station
Travel to scientific meetings to present research results
Train in GRE preparation
Attend social functions with other URM researchers and more…
Requirements to participate:
Strong interest in graduate school and in fields related to watershed or aquatic ecology
3.0 or higher G.P.A
Junior-level standing (50-60 credits completed)
Interested Students should visit the website for detailed info: (http://www.buffalostate.edu/biology/urm.xml)
Applications due March 30, 2009.
Contact Dr. Christ Pennuto, URM Program Director
(716) 878-4105; email@example.com