International Undergraduate Research Experience —
Neotropical Studies of the Parasitic Plant Family Orobanchaceae
During the summer of 2014, one SHSU undergraduate student will join one student from Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden (RSABG; Claremont, CA), and two students from the University of São Paulo (USP; Brazil) for a fourteen week research experience.
IREU participants will be trained 1) in tropical field botany in Piracicaba, Brazil; 2) in molecular methods used in testing evolutionary hypotheses at RSABG; and 3) in computational phylogenetics at SHSU.
The cost of travel, food, and lodging will be covered by the program. Additionally, REU participants will receive a weekly stipend of $500. For more information download the application here or contact Dr. Christopher Randle.
The American Association fo the Advancement of Science offers volunteer and paid internships throughout the year, including several listed here. For additional opportunities and a complete list of internships for which we are currently accepting applications please visit the AAAS Employment Application System.
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