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02.25.19 Off-Campus Summer Research Opportunities Digest

February 25th, 2019

Interested in doing research this summer somewhere beyond the Orange Bubble? Below is Career Services' weekly compilation of summer research internship opportunities, as advertised through Handshake. Click here for additional Career Services tools/resources. Feel free to contact Career Services if you have any questions regarding the opportunities listed below or contact the Office of Undergraduate Research if you have other questions about doing research next summer.

 

Product Development Intern – Bristol-Myers Squibb – New Brunswick, NJ

Posted 02/18/19. Work with a mentor for ~10 weeks on a guided research project within a PD Project Team. The program is organized to ensure that interns gain valuable industry and functional experience, work on challenging assignments, learn about BMS and meet company representatives.

 

Airport Operations, Planning & Analysis Intern – United Airlines – Newark, NJ

Posted 02/18/19. Be assigned a summer-long project designed to improve airport operations performance at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). The interns will serve as an internal consultant and provide business analysis to management on challenges and opportunities facing the airline.

 

Bioengineering Intern – Koniku – Berkeley, CA

Posted 02/18/19. We are looking for bright, self-motivated, creative and persistent students who are interested in electrical/optics/fluidics engineering to join our organization in pioneering the use of live cells for the computation power required to solve real-world problems.

 

Alaskan Summer Internship Program – US Dept. of Energy – Advanced Manufacturing Office

Posted 02/18/19. Boost Alaska’s contribution in technology and innovation advancements in manufacturing. Be paired with a mentor to work on a project. 10-week assignment includes stipend, housing allowance, and transportation support.

 

Research Experience for Undergraduates – Various Locations

Variable. The REU program is sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Dozens of opportunities at sites throughout the United States. Most have deadlines in February-March. Typically, students are paid a stipend over 8-10 weeks in addition to housing.

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