Applications for the Agricultural Research Stations’ Summer Internship Program are now being accepted and are due December 14, 2012. A summary of this opportunity is below; view the announcement at: http://www.cals.wisc.edu/Research/funding/cals.php?3?Cp6 .
Change to Eligibility Requirements for 2013
To be considered for funding, the faculty member must have an active Hatch, Hatch Multistate, or McIntire-Stennis project during the summer of 2013, and that project must have a component conducted at the Agricultural Research Station.
The Agricultural Research Stations’ Summer Internship Program provides an opportunity for undergraduate students to become involved in applied research projects and fosters relationships between UW-Madison departments and research station personnel. The program also serves as a recruiting tool with a direct benefit to students.
Five internships will be awarded for year 2013, each with $5000 of student labor (approximately 15 weeks, limited to UW-Madison undergraduate students) and $500 of supplies to be spent at the station on the student project.
Funding is intended to support a student full-time for the summer with about half of the time spent on an individual research project in conjunction with a CALS faculty member and about half-time spent on a variety of station activities under the direction of the superintendent.
Applications for summer 2013 should use the form contained in the full announcement at http://www.cals.wisc.edu/Research/funding/cals.php?3?Cp6.
Submit applications in hard copy to Casey Hillmer, 212C Agricultural Hall, or submit electronically with all required signatures to email@example.com. Applications will be accepted until December 14 with announcements made by early January.This entry was posted in Teaching & Advising by chillmer. Bookmark the permalink.