Science Education Internship

Science Education Internship is currently not accepting applications for 2018

Project overview:
Mentored by NH Sea Grant and a high school science teacher, the intern will develop multimedia materials and classroom curriculum for use by middle and high school teachers and their students throughout the US.  Interns will establish a citizen science project in which middle/high school students will collect remote data for SML scientists. The intern also will participate in the teacher training program for high school teachers at SML.

Mentors: Mark Wiley (NH Sea Grant), Dr. Blaine Kopp (Kimball Union Academy)

READ THE INTERN BLOG FROM SUMMER 2016

 

Photo of students in the Shoals lab

Students working together in the lab during a mackerel dissection.

 

Intertidal Scene

In the field.

 

To apply:

SML is not accepting applications for the Science Education Internship for summer 2018. Please view our other internship offerings!

Questions?
Email Dr. David Buck
(david.buck@unh.edu)