SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (Biol 4910)

The Georgia Tech College of Sciences, wanted to personally invite undergraduate biology, chemistry, biochemistry and physics majors to apply for our various 2016 summer Research Experiences for Undergraduate (REU) programs. Programs are 10 weeks in duration and program dates vary depending on the adviser and the program selected.

Program participants will receive stipends of $4,500 to $5,000, a travel allowance, and housing. Participants must be US citizens or permanent residents of the US.  In addition to full time research, students are assigned a mentor, participate in a number of professional development seminars, site visits to scientific companies/government labs, and social activities with fellow students and other REU groups on the Georgia Tech campus. 

Please note: the APPLICATION DEADLINE is February 15th for all programs.

Students interested in specializations within CHEMISTRY and BIOCHEMISTRY can apply to the following programs:

GT School of Chemistry & Biochemistry REU: http://ww2.chemistry.gatech.edu/reu

Center for Chemical Evolution Summer Research Program at Georgia Tech

 Chemistry Summer Theory Program

  

Students interested in specializations within PHYSICS can apply to the following program:

  http://physicsreu.gatech.edu/

Students interested in specializations within BIOLOGY can apply to the following program:

Aquatic Chemical Ecology Summer Research Program at Georgia Tech


If you have any questions please feel free to contact Dr. Keith Oden at (404)894-8163 or keith.oden@cos.gatech.edu.

 

 

Public Work Internship at the City of Griffin

 

The City of Griffin seeks enthusiastic candidates for its 2016 Summer Public Works Internship Program. Internship positions are available in the Stormwater, Water/Wastewater, and Street Divisions. Depending on the Division assigned, interns will:

         Conduct infrastructure asset surveys using global positioning system (GPS) equipment

         Assist staff in collecting water quality samples

         Conduct stream habitat assessments

         Assist staff with public education events

 

Positions are 40 hours/week, Monday-Friday from May through August 2016. Training will be provided. Compensation is $10/hour.

 

While students of any major will be considered, those majoring in chemistry, biology, engineering, or related fields are especially encouraged to apply.

 

Application Form