Terrestrial Ecosystem Science & Technology (TEST)
You will be paired with a BNL scientist on a mutually agreed upon project, which will enhance your research skills and may lead to multiple scientific publications and may support your graduate thesis or dissertation.
You will participate in a cutting-edge scientific research program, directed by a BNL staff member. The nature of your research assignment will be determined after a review of your background and interests by our staff.
You will be mentored by a BNL scientist in an ongoing research project during a six week summer session. You may also work during the academic year, usually to complete your project.
Current Open Positions
- No current opportunities
*If you apply to the GRIP, AGEP-T or SULI program please also contact us directly so we are aware of your application.
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