Undergraduate Fellowship Program
We are no longer accepting applications for the 2014 program. Thank you for your interest.
Awards will be made at the end of March.
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The PINEMAP Undergraduate Fellowship Program partners undergraduate students with PINEMAP graduate student or staff mentors to provide a hands-on summer research experience followed by a fall outreach program.
Undergraduate students will be provided the opportunity to work during a summer internship with a researcher in one of the following disciplines: field ecology and silviculture, modeling, genetics, economics and policy, education, or extension. Interns will enroll in a fall distance education course in inquiry-based science education and work with classmates and graduate mentors to develop engaging lessons for secondary school life science, biology, or social studies classes. Interns will visit classrooms in their communities to lead these inquiry-based activities.
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