Former Doris Duke Conservation Research Scholar at University of Michigan
almost 2 years ago
For the first summer, you work in a research lab under a faculty professor or a PhD student. You work generally from 8am-4pm or 9am-5pm and can do a mixture of field work, computer work, data analysis, etc. You'll learn valuable research skills, and have the support of the entire team plus your fellow Doris Duke Conservation Scholars in the program. You also have the chance to do civic engagement and local volunteering, and take trips around Michigan.