on Lake Erie and in Cleveland. Even closer is the opportunity to conduct various types of research in agricultural science at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, The Ohio State University's ag campus in Wooster. We have had a number of students perform research at the OARDC over the years.
The 10-week program starts June 2nd and pays a stipend of $2400-3000 for 30 hours of work per week, with additional employment possibilities through your faculty sponsor. Applications are due by March 5th. You can find more details about the program here. You can read about the types of research being done, including cutting edge work in bioenergy development, on the main OARDC webpage.