Sometimes students are unsure about the direction they want to go in their research and other times students are just looking for the experience. Here you can explore available opportunities from Faculty Mentors in need of undergraduate student help.
|Name||College||Current Projects||# of Students||In Person / Remote||Paid/Non-Paid||Preferred skills, interests, and abilities|
|David Hannaway||College of Agricultural Sciences||[email protected]||Forage Suitability Mapping||2||Remote||Paid||Interest in: agronomy, mappy, GIS, modeling, writing online research, livestock experience. 15-20 hours per week|
|Elizabeth Tomasino||College of Agricultural Sciences||[email protected]||Assessment and management of risk associate with wildfire smoke exposure of grapes in the vineyard||1||Remote||Paid||Create engaging content and regularly update project website, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Preferred 2 years minimum.|
|Rory Mc Donnell||College of Agricultural Sciences||[email protected]||Biology and management of Pest Slugs and Snails||2||In-person||Non-Paid||Invertebrate Interest. Comfortable with slugs & snails and working in lab & field. Punctual & organized. CROP 401 enrollment.|
|Parichehr Salimifard||College of Engineering||[email protected]||Sustainable, Healthy, and Resilient Buildings||1||In-person||Paid||Strong background in programming and sensor data-acquisition systems; MIME, EECS, CBEE and NSE encouraged to apply|