The University of Michigan Biological Station is now accepting applications for its Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program, “Biosphere-Athmosphere-Hydrosphere Interactions in a Changing Global Environment.”
Our REU summer program runs for nine weeks (June 21 – August 20, 2016) at the UM Biological Station on Douglas Lake in beautiful northern Michigan. Each REU participant will
— Work closely with a research mentor on a project of mutual interest.
— Design, conduct, analyze, and report on their research project, with guidance from the mentor and the two program co-directors.
— Participate in workshops and group discussions designed to provide the background knowledge and technical tools needed to carry out interdisciplinary scientific research.
— Contribute to the body of knowledge that can help address many of Earth’s most important environmental challenges.
COMPENSATION: Participants receive a stipend of $5,000 plus free room and board at the Station.
DEADLINE: The deadline to apply is Monday, February 1, 2016.
Application and details at: http://goo.gl/EnISQG.
The University of Michigan Biological Station is located on Douglas Lake near Pellston, Michigan at the tip of the lower peninsula. Its campus is situated amid 10,000 undeveloped acres owned by the Station. Students have quick access to many unique habitats in the region including dune, alvar, bog, and old-growth forest. The Station also has 2 atmospheric gas sensing towers for monitoring forest and atmospheric gas. More information about the Station is available at