The Network for Sustainable Climate Risk Management’s (SCRiM) is looking for Summer Scholars for 2016.
They are currently accepting applications. This is an exciting opportunity for undergraduate research experience!
SCRiM Summer Scholars is a competitive summer research experience sponsored by the National Science Foundation through the Network for Sustainable Climate Risk Management (SCRiM). Hosted on Penn State’s University Park campus, the program offers undergraduate students and recent college graduate students the chance to participate in cutting-edge, transdisciplinary research at the intersection of climate science, economics, risk analysis, ethics, and decisionmaking. The 2016 program runs from May 25 – July 29.
Housing, travel support, and a stipend of $4500 is provided for all participants in the 9-week program. Students should apply by April 10th to receive full consideration. Please visit scrimhub.org/summer-scholars/ for additional information. We kindly request that you forward this information to any undergraduate students who may be interested.
Applications are due by April 10th, 2016.