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Miller Summer Research Internships in Animal Sciences


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Academic Level:
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Undergraduate Students

Description:
The objective of the Miller Summer Research Internship program is to introduce students to animal sciences research, emphasizing food and fiber producing animals. Animal Sciences faculty research a variety of areas, including: ruminant and nonruminant nutrition; reproductive physiology; genetics and molecular biology; environmental physiology; and production and management. Each student will be working directly within a laboratory under the supervision of an internationally recognized researcher. The participant will gain an understanding of recent advances in basic science and applied animal sciences research.

Eligibility:Applicants must meet the basic eligibility requirements. Students are expected to have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA and have completed 2 years of college. Selection is partially based on the applicant’s potential and motivation for future graduate study (PhD level) in animal sciences.

Pay:The internship provides a stipend of $3,600, one hour of academic credit, travel to and from Columbia, on-campus housing and meals.


Participating Institution(s):
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University of Missouri, Columbia (Lead)

Program Materials:
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This Program can be Described by:
Academic Disciplines:
General Medical & Life Sciences

Keywords:
Animal Science

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