The botany internship program at the University the University at Buffalo is looking to hire a botany intern to help with the school’s botanical collections.
The school will pay the intern $30,000 a year, according to the school.
The internship will be in conjunction with the Botany Institute’s annual Botanical Symposium, which will take place July 12-14 in Buffalo.
Students who are selected will be able to take part in a four-week botanical internship that will begin in January 2019.
“Students can receive an excellent educational experience while developing a broad knowledge base and understanding of the world’s plants and animals,” said Robert Bickford, dean of the School of Botany and Biomolecular Sciences at the university.
The Botany Internship Program is an opportunity for undergraduates to take advantage of a botanical program that offers a wide range of internships and research opportunities, according the school website.
Bickford said that while the Botanical Institute is a great place to study botany, it also offers the opportunity to be involved in research.
Currently, students studying botany are required to complete a bachelor’s degree in plant sciences, according a university press release.
As part of the internship, students will be working on a project of their choice that will focus on a specific plant.
After the internship is completed, students can apply for their degree.
To find out more about the Botanical Institute’s Botanical Studies, click here.
Posted by New Scientist at 9:30 PM