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Excels Undergraduate Internships <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 7 Jun 2011 10:30:38 -0400
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You are invited to an INFORMATION SESSION:
North Dakota State University (NDSU) Summer Internship Program

Summer Undergraduate Research STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Program
Experience. Selected students receive on-campus housing, transportation to and from Fargo, ND, cultural and social
events in the Fargo area, and a $4000 stipend upon completion of the program.

Come and receive information about research internship opportunities for you next summer at NDSU!

When: Wednesday, June 15
Time: 10-11a.m. - Student Information Session
Location: Multipurpose Room, University Career Center

During this meeting you will have the opportunity to meet with NDSU representatives:

-          Dr. Deland Myers, Professor and Director

School of Food Systems North Dakota State University

-         Evie Myers, NDSU Vice President for Equity, Diversity, and Global Outreach

This e-mail message is being sent to you concerning Summer Research Internship opportunities for your students in the North Dakota State University (NDSU) Summer Internship Program.  The purpose of this program is to provide an opportunity for high-academically achieving underrepresented ethnic minority students in the Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields to learn about research and encourage them to apply for graduate school; with the hope that some of them will choose to apply and pursue graduate studies here at NDSU.

The program is an eight week research internship with travel to and from Fargo, ND and expenses for dormitory room (not including meals) covered along with a stipend of $4,000.00.  Please note that most of the internship opportunities will be working in General Biology and with a Plant Genomics project and therefore preference will be given to student applicants majoring, having taken classes, and/or with research experience in the following disciplines: Biology, Genetics, Mathematics (particularly those with classes in programming), Computer Science, and Plant Sciences.  There may also be internship opportunities for students in engineering, pharmacy, material science, food science, food safety, and nanotechnology.

Completed applications consist of a statement of career goals, two letters of recommendation and a copy of your undergraduate
transcript(s). Program deadline for students is February 15, and applicants are notified by March 1.
Note: All applicants must be U.S. citizens to qualify.

Yanira Pacheco Ortiz, Assistant Director
Academic Outreach & Student Development
Office of Multi-ethnic Student Education
1101 Hornbake Library
College Park, MD 20742
Phone 301-405-5616
Fax 301-314-9512
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