Five Science Horizons Research Internships are available for undergraduates interested in careers in science.
The internships are designed to enable students to undertake mentored research projects in computationally intensive areas in biology or biomedical fields at off-campus environments. Preference will be given to rising juniors and seniors who identify research opportunities in a computationally intensive area of biology or biomedical fields, but any student who has identified an off-campus science research experience is eligible to apply. Potential internship sites include industry and government labs, research universities, and medical centers.
Fellowship stipend - $5250 for living and travel expenses.
Applications for Science Horizons are handled by LILAC and applicants should follow the same process as the LILAC Summer Internship Funding Program page. Applicants must complete the following steps:
- Complete the online application and select "Science Horizons" award name in the LILAC application form
- Upload your resume, personal statement, internship proposal, host letter, and addendum (for international internships) in LanternLink
- Obtain a letter of recommendation from a TriCO faculty or staff member by supplying your recommender with the link to the online recommendaiton form
- Obtain verification of your placement by supplying your mentor with the link to the organization verification form
Deadline: March 11 (First Deadline), April 11 (Final Deadline)
Questions? Professor Greg Davis (Biology) at email@example.com