Central Michigan University is seeking undergraduate students to participate in a 10-week research experience at its Biological Station (CMUBS) on Beaver Island. This program will provide funding for 5-7 undergraduates to work with CMU faculty on research projects related to the chemical, physical and biological aspects of the Lake Michigan nearshore shunt and its influence on nearshore-offshore coupling. Students will live and work on Beaver Island from June 1 – August 7, 2015, receiving a $4,000 stipend, together with free room and board and up to $500 for travel to Beaver Island.
More information on the program and the online application are available at: https://www.cmich.edu/colleges/cst/cmubs/students/summer_research/Pages/default.aspx .
Applications, along with supporting materials, are due by Friday, February 27, 2015, with the final selection of participants expected by March 27, 2015.
Questions can be directed to Jessica Lapp, coordinator of the Institute for Great Lakes Research, via email email@example.com or by phone to 989-774-4401.