October 20, 2014

Undergraduate Students

Brown undergraduate and Beckman Scholar Norian Caporale-Berkowitz at work in the Mark Welch Lab at the MBL. Photo Credit: George Jarvis.

Each summer, a number of undergraduates from Brown work with MBL scientists at labs at the MBL in Woods Hole or at Brown-MBL field sites such as the Plum Island Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Site in Massachusetts, the Arctic LTER Site in Toolik, Alaska, the PIRE Project site in Sauri, Kenya and others.

Since 2012, over  twenty undergraduates have worked with MBL faculty in the lab or the field.

Brown undergraduate students interested in learning more about opportunities for summer internships at MBL labs or sites, should explore the undergraduate funding opportunities page or contact mbl.brown@mbl.edu.