Black Hills State University recently announced that paid internship opportunities are available for students who are interested in gaining a better understanding of how research affects technology-based economic development and its influence in everyday life.
All internships will give students the opportunity to explore cutting-edge technology and work with experts in their fields.
The Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) offers statewide undergraduate summer internship and research opportunities that include a $3,000 stipend for each 10-week experience. Students will be able to work with distinguished faculty in research, education, or communications.
In addition there is also a $4,000, 10-week internship available for business and entrepreneurship graduate students.
Applications are due March 15. The application and more information about individual areas of research are available at www.sdepscor.org.
For more information, contact Julie Dahl, researcher for the BHSU Center for the Advancement of Mathematics and Science Education, at JulieDahl@BHSU.edu or call (605) 642-6878.