Research Experience for Undergraduates Program

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Last Updated: 2024-05-17

Each summer, Oregon State University (OSU) offers paid research internships for undergraduate students that the National Science Foundation funds.

Student interns are located on the Pacific coast and focus on marine and estuarine sciences at the Hatfield Marine Science Center (HMSC) and Port Orford Field Station.

Students spend nine to ten weeks working on individual research projects and participating in group field trips, seminars and science colloquia under the guidance of university and research agency scientists.

If you want to apply what you've learned in the classroom to real-world problems, then a research experience in marine and estuarine sciences may be right for you! We welcome applications from students with backgrounds and interests in any of these areas: biology, chemistry, earth science, physics, environmental science, mathematics, computer science or engineering.

While students work independently with their research mentors, there are numerous opportunities to interact with other scientists and students at the HMSC in Newport and other departments on the OSU campus in Corvallis through orientation, weekly seminars, group field trips, social events and final project presentations.

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