The Reich Lab and Cavender-Bares Lab at the University of Minnesota is seeking an undergraduate or newly graduated student for a paid field research internship ($10/h) from June through August. The project is focused on understanding how functional trait diversity influences ecosystem processes. The intern will assist in collecting plant trait and ecophysiological data on a tree diversity experiment in Cloquet, MN. The position is ideal for a student with a background or interest in biology, ecology, forestry or a related field and who is interested in gaining experience in field research. For more information, see the attached flier.
To apply, please send cover letter (including available working dates), one-page resume, and contact information for two references electronically to: Laura Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org