REU The Center for Coastal Margin Observation & Prediction (CMOP)
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Summer Undergraduate Internship
CMOP’s summer undergraduate internship program offers college students the opportunity to work side-by-side with scientists performing research in coastal margin science.
2013 INTERNSHIP APPLICATION
- Submit application form – Download Word format or PDF application form.
- A one-page statement of interest
- Official copies of all undergraduate transcripts
- One letter of recommendation
- For your convenience, CMOP accepts all documents as e-mail attachments except for the official transcript. Please send materials to Vanessa Green at CMOP Education
- Application deadline for 2013 is March 2, 2013.
Due to funding restrictions, only US citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply.
Overview of Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Download Internship Flyer CMOP offers paid undergraduate internships headquartered at Oregon Health & Science University’s west campus in Beaverton, Oregon. Interns receive a stipend of $4,600 and out-of-state students may be eligible for additional housing support at a local apartment complex.
CMOP considers applications from undergraduate freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors with backgrounds and majors in biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, environmental science, mathematics, physics, and others. Prior lab/field experience is of interest but not required. Our past interns have come from a wide range of geographic and academic backgrounds, and have worked collaboratively in several innovative projects.
CMOP interns engage in leading-edge research to understand and predict biological, chemical and physical processes of the river-to-ocean ecosystem, contributing data and analysis that provide guidance for sustainable ecosystem management.
View our photo gallery of interns Interns work closely with senior scientists, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students on interdisciplinary projects ranging from physical and biogeochemical oceanography, molecular biology, analytical chemistry, marine genomics, ocean engineering, and computer science. Students participate in a range of activities including oceanographic research cruises, field trips, and a range of seminars on scientific themes, career opportunities and scientific ethics.
Why be a CMOP Undergraduate Intern?
- Engage in hands-on, cutting-edge research
- Work with world-renowned faculty
- Find out what graduate school really is like
- Make connections between the academic and working worlds
- Increase your competitiveness as a candidate for graduate school
- Participate in a program that is transforming science
- Gain a competitive advantage for life, while being paid and having fun!
Summer Internship Dates
Schedule may vary due to academic schedules at home university.
Application Deadline: March 2, 2013
For more information, contact us atEmail: CMOP Education
Phone: (503) 748-1609