Thursday, February 2, 2012

Field station research opportunities in New York State

Undergraduate Research Internship, Research Grants, and Senior Research Fellowship at the Huyck Preserve, NY

The Huyck Preserve and Biological Research Station—a 2,000 acre preserve and 75 year-old field station located 30 miles southwest of Albany, NY—is now accepting applications for its Odum Internship for Undergraduates, Huyck Research Grants, and Senior Research Fellowship for summer 2012. Information about each of these opportunities can be found below or by visiting the Preserve's website at:

Odum Internship (Applications due Friday, March 9th)

8-week, from June 4 to July 28, internship for rising junior and senior undergraduates. This is an unpaid internship, though housing is provided and some opportunities for paid work prior to or following the internship are available. For more information on the internship and for how to apply, please visit:

Huyck Grants (Applications due Friday, March 9th)

The grants (up to $3,500) are intended to support research conducted at the field station by graduate students, postdocs, professors, and independent researchers. Some preference is given to proposals that included multi-week stays at the station. For details and information on how to apply for a Huyck Grant, please visit:

Senior Research Fellowship (Applications are due Friday, March 2nd)

The Fellowship is for approximately 50 days, with a concentration in early June to early August. The selected candidate will conduct on-site independent research, mentor undergraduate interns, and lead the annual Science Symposium in late July. There is a $10,000 stipend along with waived housing and station fees. For more information on the Fellowship and how to apply, please visit:

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