During the 10-week summer program, interns will be immersed in hands-on field and lab projects, led by PRI scientists, for 30 to 40 hours each week. Interns also will participate in other professional and career development activities and will learn about the pathway to graduate study. As a capstone, each student will present at the Illinois Summer Research Symposium.
Each summer intern will receive:
- a $4,000 stipend
- funds to cover travel to/from Urbana-Champaign
- on-campus housing and meals, plus supplies for workshops and symposiums
There are opportunities in atmospheric science and climate; biology, ecology, and environmental science; geology; sustainable energy; and water supply and safety. To see all of the internship options and to apply, visit https://go.illinois.edu/PRI-interns