Thanks to the generous support of a donor, the School of Natural Sciences is happy to announce the availability of three student co-working seats at the Capital Factory in downtown Austin. The tech hub and start-up incubator has been an Austin landmark for years, and offers wireless internet, access to entrepreneurs and business mentors, and numerous seminars and presentations. We are delighted to offer three students the chance to spend time at Capital Factory to pursue a project of their own design.
Eligible students will be majoring in the sciences, mathematics, computer science, or environmental science. It is expected that students regularly spend time at the Capital Factory as part of their project, with more significant effort in the summer when classes on the main campus are not in session. Project proposals may be for just the summer or may extend through the Fall semester as well.
A faculty member from NSCI will be present regularly to provide mentorship and guidance to students working on projects there. Checking in with that faculty member is required for students working at Capital Factory as well.
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Applications will be accepted through Friday, 11 May at 5 pm.
It is anticipated that projects at Capital Factory may begin as early as 15 May.
Here’s a link to the Mickey Leyland Environmental Internship Program at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. If you’re interested in environmental science research and policy, take a few minutes to learn more from their website.
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Applications are open now through March 10th.
Become a part of the Higher Education Research Experiences (HERE) Program at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
Opportunities for qualified students, alumni, and faculty to participate in hands-on research in a real-world setting
- Experience innovative research or technical projects at a cutting edge national laboratory and network with prestigious scientists, researchers, engineers, and laboratory staff
- Collaborate with international experts in fields that interest you
- Contribute to the U.S. technical prowess that will enhance living standards and set the nation at the top of a global community
- Assist in finding solutions to pressing scientific and technical problems
Highlights of the program
- Open to Undergraduates, Recent-BS and AAS, MS, PhD and Faculty – Appointments are primarily for Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics (STEM) majors but all majors can apply
- Applications are accepted year-round
- Appointments can start and end at any time during the year based on your availability and the requirements of the ORNL mentor/project
- Full-time and part-time appointments
- Minimum GPA – 2.5/4.0
- U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident (LPR)
- Stipend based on academic status
- Limited travel and housing allowances (if eligible)
- Professional development activities
Visit http://www.orau.org/ornl/hereatornl/ or contact ORNL Science Education Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
DISCLAIMER: As always, we post these opportunities as a courtesy for St. Edward’s University students. Note that their appearance here does not constitute any endorsement of the program by St. Edward’s.