Summer Internship Opportunities
We typically offer paid summer student research internship positions every year. Students commonly work 10-12 weeks for 30-35 hours per week during May - August.
We are currently accepting applications for 2023 student summer internships. Summer work is primarily field-based, investigating tick encounter risk and prevention dynamics in residential environments. Students are provided the opportunity to work with scientists and contribute to new knowledge about tickborne disease prevention.
Applicants should have a reliable car and be comfortable working outside in a range of conditions. Research internships are ideal for students considering graduate work or future careers focused on entomology, ecology, epidemiology, or environmental science.
To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume to Dr. Neeta Connally.