Keep an eye out in Spring 2014 for the SE Fellows Program application!
The Science and Engineering (SE) Fellows Program provides URI students from under-represented cultural backgrounds with interdisciplinary, experiential learning opportunities addressing real-world challenges. The program prepares students from under-represented populations to enter the job market with the skills and training needed to succeed. During the summer semester fellows gain hands-on experience working with research faculty or Cooperative Extension professionals. Fellows enroll in EVS 336 "Communicating Environmental Research and Outreach" during the fall semester, enabling them to communicate their projects to the university community.
When does the program start and how often do students work?
How does the program continue through the fall?
We are looking for students with an eagerness for research and learning. We accept those students who demonstrate excellent communication skills, work well with others, and express a willingness to engage in current research topics in their desired field of study.
To apply, please submit your completed application form in hard copy along with your cover letter, resume, unofficial transcript and two letters of recommendation to:
Science and Engineering Fellows Coordinator
URI Outreach Center
3 East Alumni Avenue
Kingston, RI 02881
WE WILL POST THE APPLICATION FOR DOWNLOAD AND THE DUE DATE FOR APPLICATIONS DURING THE SPRING 2014 SEMESTER.
For more information contact Kristina DiSanto at email@example.com or (401)874-4524
Ask an Energy Fellow:
Have an energy-related question?
Email your question to the Energy Fellows at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our students will research your question and respond promptly.
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