Harvard Forest Summer Research Program in Ecology
The Harv ard Forest Summer Research Program in Ecology is an opportunity for students to participate in 11 weeks of mentored, paid, independent research focusing on the effects of natural and human disturbances on forest ecosystems, including global climate change, hurricanes, forest harvest, wildlife dynamics, and species diversity. Researchers come from many disciplines, and specific projects center on population and community ecology, paleoecology, land-use history, biochemistry, soil science, ecophysiology, atmosphere-biosphere exchanges?, landscape modeling, and data provenance? (see 2016 research projects).
- Stipend of $5775 for the 11-week session
- Free furnished housing at Fisher House or Raup House
- Free full meal plan
- Travel reimbursement for one round trip to the Harvard Forest campus (federal grant restrictions apply)
Where is the Harvard Forest?
The Harvard Forest is located in the town of Petersham, in Western Massachusetts.
Students are paid a stipend of $5,775 for the 11-week session (May to August) Excellent on-site housing and a full meal plan are included as part of the program. Assistance with travel costs to and from Harvard Forest is also provided.
This year's application deadline has passed.
Applications are due by Saturday February 6, 2016.
Questions / contact
- Name: Laurie L. Chiasson
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Link: Internship webpage
- Course code: