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Exploration of Marine Biology on the Oregon Coast

June 17, 2018 to August 18, 2018

The Oregon Institute of Marine Biology’s research experience for undergraduates program, “Exploration of Marine Biology on the Oregon Coast” (EMBOC) offers fellowship opportunities for undergraduate students from both 2-year and 4-year colleges and universities to participate in ongoing marine science research at the University of Oregon’s marine lab during the summer months. In addition to conducting research at OIMB, students participating in the EMBOC program will participate in weekly professional development discussions and training sessions, social activities, field trips and marine biology seminars.

Participating students receive a $500/week stipend ($4500 total for 9 weeks, paid monthly). Travel to and from OIMB is covered. In addition, room and board will be provided at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology for the duration of the 9-week EMBOC program.

The 2018 application will not be open until December 15, 2017.

To be eligible to apply you must:

  • • Be a US Citizen or a Permanent Resident
  • • Be an undergraduate attending a 2-year or 4-year college/university
  • • Have completed a minimum of one year of course work including introductory biology classes.
  • • Be willing to make a full-time commitment for the 9 week program  (40 hrs/week)

A complete application includes:

  1. 1. A completed online application form OR completed PDF application
  2. 2. A recommendation letter completed and e-mailed by an instructor or administrator to oimbreu@uoregon.edu (please see “Recommendation Letter Guidelines”)

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More Questions? Contact the program managers Maya Watts (mwolf1@uoregon.edu) or Richard Emlet (remlet@uoregon.edu) Phone: 541-888-2581 ext: 201 NOTE: Letters of recommendation should be sent to oimbreu@uoregon.edu, NOT to Maya or Richard.


 

nsf4Host Research Institute: University of Oregon’s marine laboratory the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology in Charleston, OR.

This program is funded by the National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates.