Robert T. Wallace Undergraduate Research Internship
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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 1996. This
12 week internship matches a student with an Academy 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
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 12 weeks between June and
August; starting date may vary.
Stipend: $2500 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 to:
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
15 March, 1996. Decisions will be mailed from the Academy by 1
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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