Berkeley Lab CSUEB INTERN Pilot
California State University East Bay STEM Graduate Student Internship
The Berkeley Lab Pilot Project with CSUEB
The Program will support a one-year research experience for Masters students with Berkeley Lab, including a full-time summer internship and support for one academic year. Interns will be selected based on proposal quality, alignment of proposal topic with active Berkeley Lab topics, and collaborative potential between CSUEB Faculty and Berkeley Lab PI. The program is intended to cultivate a cadre of natural ambassadors for Berkeley Lab, CSUEB and the STEM workforce pipeline. Full-time CSUEB graduate students who are in good academic standing are eligible for this program. Underrepresented minorities are especially encouraged to apply. Applications are due on May 18, 2018. Successful applicants will have an opportunity to explore support for a second year with the Laboratory mentor through a separate process. The proposal must include a research plan approved by the CSUEB faculty advisor; and it must identify a Berkeley Lab scientist who will provide mentorship, guidance, and oversight during the program period in collaboration with the student’s CSUEB academic advisor.
The pilot will be launched in the summer of 2018 and will run through the 2019 Spring semester. It will initially focus on the Earth and Environmental Sciences theme. With success, the pilot may continue and expand to include other scientific disciplines.
- Susan Hubbard - Berkeley Lab
- Ruth Tinnancher - Cal State University East Bay
- Questions - send email to: LBLCSUEBIntern@lbl.gov