[MARMAM] Undergraduate Marine Science Semester Internships Posted
kafrost2 at alaska.edu
Mon Mar 18 17:03:59 PDT 2019
The *Semester by the Bay* program in Homer, Alaska at University of Alaska
Anchorage-Kenai Peninsula College-Kachemak Bay Campus has posted multiple
undergraduate internship opportunities for the Fall 2019 semester!
Semester by the Bay offers undergraduate courses in marine biology (marine
mammals, seabirds, fishes, tide pool invertebrates, etc,) with unique
hands-on, experiential learning opportunities in the lab and field, such as
behavioral ecology of beluga whales, sea otters, and harbor seals,
acoustics of harbor porpoises, marine mammal skeletal articulation/museum
preparation, marine debris assessment, seining and identification of
estuarine fishes, behavior of seabirds at island rookeries, among others.
In addition, most students participate in community-based internships
and/or volunteer opportunities with governmental or non-governmental
researchers while studying with us. Internships in the fields of marine and
coastal biology and marine mammals that offer free housing are still
available! *This opportunity is reserved for undergraduates.* Interested
juniors and seniors should submit an application of interest. Please see
<https://owa.uaa.alaska.edu/owa/UrlBlockedError.aspx> and/or contact Kim
Frost at kafrost2 at alaska.edu <nejohnson2 at alaska.edu> for more information.
Student and Enrollment Services Coordinator
Kachemak Bay Campus/KPC/UAA
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