Robert T. Wallace Undergraduate Research Internship
Anne Marie Malley
amalley at CAS.CALACADEMY.ORG
Fri Dec 23 09:49:33 CST 1994
CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
ROBERT T. WALLACE UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH INTERNSHIP
The California Academy of Sciences will offer its Robert T. Wallace
Undergraduate Research Internship for Summer 1995. This 3 month
internship matches a student with a scientist to work on a specific
research project. Interns will have the opportunity to learn about a
specific group of organisms, be involved in original scientific
research and appreciate the role of a natural history museum in
research and education. The research project may include
laboratory and field expedition components.
Eligibility: Junior and Senior level undergraduates who are U.S.
citizens with a B average or better and have demonstrated
participation in a wide range of campus activities.
Duration: Full-time (40 hours/week) for 3 summer months
(June-August); starting date may vary.
Stipend: $2000 for the internship period.
To Apply: Please send a statement of interest in working at the
Academy, the organisms and type of project you would like to
participate in, a letter of recommendation from a Science professor
and one set of official transcripts. All applications should be sent
Robert T. Wallace Research Internship
c/o Director of Research
California Academy of Sciences
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco, CA 94118
Deadlines: Application materials must be received no later than 1
April, 1995. Decisions will be mailed from the Academy by 15 April,
More Information: Questions concerning the Wallace Internship may be
directed by Telephone (415-750-7277), Fax (415-750-7346) or email
(pkociolek at cas.calacademy.org).
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