Shoals Research Apprenticeship

Shoals Research Apprentice in the field

The Shoals Research Apprenticeship is a two-part, four-week program aimed at providing you with the opportunity to learn the ins & outs of independent biological field research.

This program prepares you to be a competitive applicant for NSF REU programs and other research opportunities next summer.

The Shoals Research Apprenticeship combines Investigative Marine Biology Laboratory (BIOSM 1500 / MEFB 403, July 17 – July 31, 2017) with Research in Biology (BIOSM 4990 / MEFB 751, July 31 – August 14, 2017). In the first course, you will gain in-depth understanding of research methods and develop your own research proposal. In the second half of the program, you will carry out your independent research project with the help of SML faculty mentors and your group of fellow apprentices.

Build your resume/CV this summer! Make this the summer you become a scientist!

Interested in this program for 2018?  Email shoals.lab@unh.edu.

Shoals Research Apprenticeship outline:

Part 1 of 2

Part 2 of 2

BIOSM 1500/ MEFB 403
Investigative Marine Biology Laboratory

BIOSM 4990/MEFB 751
Research in Biology

July 17 – July 31, 2017

July 31 – August 14, 2017

3 or 4 credits

credit (3 or 4) or non-credit option

 

More about the Investigative Marine Biology Laboratory course:

Join faculty members, Dr. Doug Fudge and Dr. Dennis Taylor, in this immersive course that decodes the scientific process. Investigative Marine Biology Laboratory provides a field and lab intensive marine-based introduction to the scientific method and experimental biology. The course is structured around two research projects that explore how marine organisms are adapted to the physical and biotic factors in their environment. View the full course page here.

Cornell students, this course is equivalent to BioG 1500 at Cornell University, which fulfills course requirements for Biological Sciences, Biology & Society, Biological Engineering, Physical & Life Sciences, and Physical & Biological Sciences majors.