Summer 2018 applications due Dec. 8, 2017
The objective of the Agricultural Research Stations’ Summer Internship program is to foster relationships between UW-Madison departments and station personnel. At the same time, the opportunity provides UW Madison undergraduate students a chance to become involved in applied research projects as they consider their career plans. These internships should be used as a recruitment tool and have a direct benefit to a student.
To be considered for funding, the faculty member must have an active Hatch, Hatch Multistate, or McIntire-Stennis project during the summer of 2018.
Five internships will be awarded this year, 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. Last year, projects were awarded at Arlington, Lancaster, Marshfield and West Madison.
For more information, see: research.cals.wisc.edu/funding-opportunities/cals/agricultural-research-station-ars-internship/.
Please direct all inquiries to Casey Hillmer, (608) 262-2397 or email@example.com.This entry was posted in Funding Opportunities, Research by Ben. Bookmark the permalink.