[Arabidopsis] Summer Internships at Carnegie Institution-Plant Biology

Leonore Reiser lreiser at acoma.stanford.edu
Wed Feb 1 16:49:59 EST 2006

Please pass this information on to your students.

The Carnegie Institution,  Department of Biology offers summer research 
experiences to undergraduates from Stanford and other institutions 
(including local community colleges and state Universities). Summer 
research experiences for undergraduates run for 8-10 weeks during the 
summer. Students are expected to work full-time during the summer (40 

The Carnegie Undergraduate Science Program includes: A summer seminar 
series for undergraduates and an Undergraduate Student Research Symposium. 
During the summer, students gather for weekly meetings/seminars and 
prepare presentations for the Undergraduate Research Symposium held at the 
end of the summer. Seminars typically involve informal presentations by 
post-doctoral fellows and graduate students and discussion. At the summer 
research symposium, summer interns present posters  about 
their research to the department.

Please read about the Research interests of the faculty on our website 

Students interested in an internship with the Carnegie Department of Plant 
Biology, should fill out an application form and provide three letters of 
recommendation. Forms can be downloaded from the Carnegie Website 
(http://carnegiedpb.stanford.edu/jobs/interns/interns.php). Email the 
completed forms to Leonore 
Reiser, (email: lreiser at acoma.stanford.edu or snail mail to Leonore 
Reiser, Carnegie Institute, 260 Panama St., 
Stanford, CA 94305). Applicants from Primarily Undergraduate Institutions, 
women, students from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply. To 
be qualify for a paid internship you must be able to show that you are 
legally eligible to work in the US.The Carnegie Institution is an equal 
opportunity employer.

Best Regards
Leonore Reiser

Leonore Reiser, Ph.D.                   lreiser at acoma.stanford.edu
Carnegie Institution of Washington	Tel: (650) 325-1521 ext. 311
Department of Plant Biology		URL: http://arabidopsis.org/
260 Panama St. 
Stanford, CA 94305

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