The Mosakowski and Marsh Institutes have launched a new summer internship program for undergraduates at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The NOAA Internships have placed Clark students in exciting, hands-on projects at locations around the United States.
Students from a wide range of majors will have the chance to learn from working scientists and policy experts at one of America's leading public scientific institutions. The interns will also be mentored by Clark faculty to maximize the connections between their internship experiences and their academic programs.
The following four students have been selected for the program, which awards summer research stipends of $4000 per student.
Lucas Earl, '14 is a Geography major who will work on the project, Land-based Influences on the Ecology of Coastal Freshwater and Marine Ecosystems in Puget Sound, WA. His Clark faculty mentor is Professor Christopher Williams from the Geography Department.
Faye Harwell, '15 is a Biology major whose NOAA project will be Coastal Ecology Research Supporting Ecosystem-Based Management, Wells, ME. Professor Deb Robertson of the Biology Department will serve as Faye's faculty mentor.
Gina Jenkins, '14 is majoring in Environmental Science and Policy and will spend the summer in Seattle studying Pacific Salmon Ecology and Conservation, Seattle, WA. Her faculty mentor is Professor Karen Frey of Clark's Geography Department.
Desiree Jerome, '14 majors in Economics and will study Socio-economic Support for the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, Silver Spring, MD. Professor Jacqueline Geoghegan of Clark's Economic Department will serve as Desiree's faculty mentor.
For more information about Clark's NOAA Internship Program, contact Prof. Robert Johnston, Director of the George Perkins Marsh Institute at 508.751.4619 or Jim Gomes, Director of the Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise at 508.421.3872.