The College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) On Campus Research Internship Program provides students with an opportunity to pursue research projects with a faculty mentor for one to two semesters.
Applicants must identify a faculty mentor and submit a project proposal for approval by a faculty committee. Some units in CAFNR also run independent programs. The Food for the 21st Century program offers summer internships to its participants. Students should contact undergraduate advisers in particular units for more information.
Participating students receive $1000 per semester. Projects may be funded for one or two semesters.
For more information, contact Lena Johnson, 2-64 Agriculture Building, 573-882-0089, email@example.com or view the CAFNR Undergraduate Research Internships website.