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Summer Internships at Carnegie Institution

Leonore Reiser leonore.reiser at gmail.com
Thu Mar 24 16:30:41 EST 2005

The Carnegie Institute 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
hours/week). Students are paid a salary which can be used for housing.
Carnegie does not provide housing for summer interns.

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 or short talks about their research to the

Please read about the Research interests of the faculty
work on a variety of model systems including Arabidopsis development,
biochemistry, pathogen interactions, microbial evolution and

Students interested in an internship with the Carnegie Department of
Plant Biology, should fill out an application form and provide three
letters of recommendation . Downloadable PDFs are available at
http://www-ciwdpb.stanford.edu/jobs/interns/interns.php. Email the
completed forms to Leonore Reiser (lreiser at acoma.stanford.edu) or by
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.

Deadline for Applicatons for Summer 2005 is April 15, 2005

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