Learn more about the Haskell Environmental Research Studies summer internship program, November 17

You’re invited to a virtual information session on the 2022 Haskell Environmental Research Studies (HERS) summer internship program. There is no registration for this event. All are welcome to join using this Zoom meeting information.

Haskell Environmental Research Studies Summer Internship Information Session
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
2 p.m. MST
Attend via Zoom with Meeting ID: 944 1224 7351 and Passcode: 933696

Applications open on January 21, 2022, and all application materials are due March 4, 2022. Students can learn more and apply to the HERS 2022 summer internship program.

About HERS

The HERS program is aimed at preparing American Indian/Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian undergraduate students for graduate study by assisting them to create a research project related to climate and environmental change in Indigenous communities. Native students eligible to enroll in tribal colleges are encouraged to apply.

The HERS summer internship program is a paid eight-week internship funded by the National Science Foundation and provides students with the skills and experience needed to succeed in post-secondary education and graduate school. The HERS program is held at University of Kansas and Haskell Indian Nations University from June 6–July 29, 2022.

HERS interns are supported financially and academically during the program, including:

  • $4,000 stipend.
  • Housing accommodations and meals.
  • Paid travel.
  • Use of a laptop computer and software.
  • Support for graduate school entrance exams.
  • Academic support from Haskell and KU professors, graduate student mentors and libraries.

Questions regarding the application process should be directed to Katrina McClure, HERS Program Coordinator, at [email protected].