Envision

Participate in Paid Summer Research at the University of Delaware

UD Envision is an undergraduate research experience funded through the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) focused on generating the next generation of Agricultural Scientists. As minorities are underrepresented in these disciplines and research target areas, this project has been developed to address this disparity. Intensive, hands-on research education and experiential learning projects help to bridge the perceptual change required for students to Envision themselves as Scientists. The faculty areas of research span the disciplines of One Health, Food Security and Environmental Sustainability. The summer includes trainings include video production and storytelling, specific research techniques, laboratory safety, research ethics, as well as participation in fun and camaraderie-building activities.

Please contact Mark Parcells with any questions

Eligibility

Along with UD students, Envision accepts students from partnering regional minority-serving institutions (Cheyney University, Delaware State University, Lincoln University, University of Maryland – Eastern Shore, and Wesley College)

Required Materials

The application for this program includes a 1-2 page (max) résumé along with 3 references.

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Deadline TBA

Award Summary:

$4,000 stipend for each student, On-campus housing accommodations at the University of Delaware, Newark

Program Duration:

10 weeks

Note from the Coordinator:

The summer includes training in video equipment, editing, and storytelling, ethics, laboratory, and safety trainings, and participation in camraderie-building activities.

 

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