Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Summer research on Lake Erie

Main building and dock at Stone Labs
Stone Laboratory in Put-In-Bay on Lake Erie is The Ohio State University's freshwater field station, and the oldest freshwater biological field station in the United States.  Each summer the lab offers course work and summer research internships.  By applying for the Lab's summer REU program you can get free tuition for both coursework and research, along with free room and board.  Biology major Katie Huff took part in this program last summer.  You can find more information and application guidelines here.  Applications are due February 23rd.

There are a large number of exciting freshwater and marine biology summer research opportunities around the country.  Check out this post from last year that describes some of these options.

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