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ARS Summer Internship, 2017

.. Foster relationships between UW-Madison Departments and Station personnel

Open to US nationals

icon  University Of Wisconsin, Madison

.. 09 Dec 2016

     Work permit : Not-Required

.. $5000+$500

4-6 months


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More about this internship

  • The University of Wisconsin, Madison is offering internships to encourage relationships between UW-Madison departments and station personnel.
  • The applicants for ARS Summer Internship, 2017 should be UW-Madison undergraduate students.
  • The internship must be related to the faculty member’s current Hatch, Hatch-Multistate or McIntire-Stennis project. 
  • The funding will support the undergraduate students for full-time in summer about half of the time spent on an individual research project in conjunction with a CALS faculty member and about half-time spent on a variety of station activities under the direction of the superintendent. 
  • Five internships will be given in the year 2017 to undergraduate students of UW-Madison.
  • The candidates applying for ARS Summer Internship, 2017 should submit the applications with all required signatures to given e-mail address and not through WISPER.
  • The ARS Summer Internship, 2017 offers $5000 for student labor and $500 for supplies.


Updated on: 06 Dec, 2016

Source : University Of Wisconsin, Madison
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