Posted on February 17, 2021
The Jaisi lab (sites.udel.edu/ebl/) has an immediate opening for an undergraduate intern to work on a project studying phosphorus cycling in the Murderkill River south of Dover, DE. The project involves processing collected water through centrifugation and chemical treatment to remove phosphate. It requires frequent handling of 2-gallon and 1-liter water bottles during the separation process. No specific experience is needed, but preference will be given to those with a strong chemistry and/or biology background. The time and commitment are flexible and can vary from 5 to 20 hr a week throughout the spring semester and into the summer. The internship will start once the hiring process is complete.
The lab has a series of other ongoing projects and the intern can continue working in the summer as well on the same or different projects.
The intern will be paid hourly per university standard. Appointment is contingent upon the university approval under the current phase-3 opening protocol for working in the research lab. If you are interested, please send your resume, with completed and currently enrolled STEM courses listed, declared major, overall GPA and STEM GPA, and anticipated graduation date, to Dr. Katelyn Gray (email@example.com) and cc Dr. Deb Jaisi (firstname.lastname@example.org).