Four-week International Research Experience for Undergraduate Students

Location
France
Salary
$2,500 stipend, in addition to all expenses (food, travel, lodging) covered.
Posted
Nov 12, 2018
Closes
Dec 12, 2018
Career Level
Student / Graduate
Education Level
Bachelors
Job Type
Internship
Relocation Cost
Paid
Sector Type
Academia

Attention: Undergraduates interested in geoscience (or allied disciplines):

Please consider applying for our National Science Foundation-funded International Research Experiences for Students program “Landscapes of Deep Time in the Red Earth of France— Research Training in Paleoclimate.”

We are currently accepting applications for the second field season of our program, which will involve four weeks of geological (sedimentological) fieldwork in France from late May through June 2019. It is fully-funded (in addition to a $2500 stipend), and is open to current U.S. undergraduates in geoscience (or allied) disciplines. We especially encourage applications from students of underserved groups (Native American heritage, first-generation college students), and preference will be given to students interested in geology (especially those interested in sedimentology, fieldwork, paleoclimate).

For details about the program and how to apply, visit our website below. Deadline for applications is Feb-1 2019. Please don’t hesitate to contact Lily Pfeifer with any questions (Lspfeifer@ou.edu). Thank you!

Dr. Gerilyn (Lynn) S. Soreghan (PI)
David L. Boren Professor
Director, and Eberly Chair
lsoreg@ou.edu 
405-325-4482
geology.ou.edu 
lsoreghan.oucreate.com 

Lily S. Pfeifer
Ph.D Student
lspfeifer@ou.edu 
860-463-1364

School of Geology and Geophysics
University of Oklahoma
100 East Boyd Street
Norman, OK 73019

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