Thursday, December 30, 2010
Investigative biotechnology summer research internship at WKU
Western Kentucky University is hosting a National Science Foundation funded summer research program in Investigative Biotechnology for students with interest in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and/or Computer Science. Students in this program will conduct research with a WKU faculty member, learn science presentation skills and attend workshops on research ethics and preparation for graduate school. Successful applicants can choose one of 19 potential research projects.
The program gives preference to rising juniors and seniors, pays a stipend of $480 per week (for 10 weeks) and provides free room and board and a travel allowance. Applications are due February 4th and can be found online.