Summer Internships in Plant Health at Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
The Department of Plant Pathology at Kansas State University (K-State) will be offering summer internships in plant pathology and related subjects (e.g. crop genetics, horticulture, entomology, and agronomy). The student interns will work with faculty, postdoctoral scholars, or graduate students at K-State on research projects that will be either lab-, greenhouse-, field-based, or a combination of above components.
The program will run from 28th May to 26th July 2019, and interns will receive
- A stipend of $4900, paid in several installments over the summer.
- A travel reimbursement allowance up to $600 for airfare, mileage, etc.
- Housing and dining (20 meals per week) in K-State dorms (double occupancy) will be provided. (An equivalent housing stipend may be another option. Contact the coordinator for details).
- Applicant must be at least 18 years old at the time of application submission.
- Applicant must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States
- Applicant must be an undergraduate student who is enrolled in a degree program (full- or part-time) leading to a Bachelor's degree.
How to apply?
Application deadline is February 18th, 2019.
Students can apply to this REEU (Research and Extension Experiences for Undergraduates) program by submitting their information at this link. Please plan on completing the application in one session. You will need the following materials:
- Titles of three projects from this list, that are of most interest. Click here for a list of 2019 projects. You must read all the project descriptions to shortlist the projects.
- Statement of research interests, career goals (1-page maximum, single spaced and size 12 font). In this one page, also list all academic honors, scholarships, teaching or work experiences that you have had.
- Copy of unofficial transcripts
- Name of two people who will write letters of recommendation. (Examples of good referees are professors who know you well and can evaluate your skills, abilities, and potential). Applicants are responsible for contacting their referees and requesting them to send letters directly to LuckyMehra@ksu.edu
If something does not work, please contact REEU coordinator Dr. Lucky Mehra at firstname.lastname@example.org