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REACCH Summer Undergraduate Internship Program


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Academic Level:
Undergraduates - Sophomore
Undergraduates - Junior
Undergraduates - Senior

Description:
Through these internships REACCH has served more than 70 students from across the country-improving our project through integration and research.

REACCH PNA Internship Undergraduate Opportunity Regional Approaches to Climate Change- Pacific Northwest Agriculture (REACCH PNA) is a USDA-funded, multi-institutional project focused on improving the long-term sustainability of agriculture within the region.

REACCH partners (University of Idaho, Washington State University, Oregon State University and USDA-ARS) are teaming up to offer a total of 10, 9-week long, undergraduate internships across the three institutions.

Summer interns will participate in independent research, weekly seminars, and field trips.

Interns will receive a salary of $500 per week for the summer internship and a travel budget up to $700. Summer interns will also be provided with housing, identification cards, access to library, email and internet privileges.

Summaries of the available research projects for summer are provided. In addition to field and laboratory research, the interns will participate in group activities where they will learn about one another's projects, meet with faculty members from diverse disciplines, attend research and mentoring seminars, and visit research sites and other areas of interest in the region.


Application Deadline: 3/10/2017
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Program Dates: 6/12/2017 - 8/11/2017

Participating Institution(s):
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University of Idaho (Lead)
Oregon State University
Washington State University

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
Agricultural Engineering
Atmospheric Sciences
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Crop & Soil Sciences
Economics
Entomology
STEM Fields

Keywords:
Agricultural Ecology
Agriculture Economics
Agronomy
Atmospheric Chemistry
Ecosystem Modeling
Entomology
Hydrologic Science
Soil Science

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This program is funded by:
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA)


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