Academics | Undergraduate Internships
Undergrad Internship in Marine Policy
Qualified undergraduates may serve as interns in the Gerard J. Mangone Center for Marine Policy at CEOE and work on a range of research and policy analysis activities with graduate students, faculty, and national and international agencies. The center conducts an active research program at international, national, and regional scales; provides policy advice to governmental and nongovernmental entities; and organizes conferences, publications, international exchanges, and a visitors program. Major emphases include implementation of the Earth Summit agreements related to the oceans and coasts, the theory and practice of integrated coastal management, the management of coastal ecosystem health, and marine biotechnology. Center activities are carried out by the director, Dr. Biliana Cicin-Sain, in association with other UD faculty, scholars at other universities, international associates, practitioners in the field, postdoctoral fellows, and research assistants.
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Undergrad Internship in Physical Ocean Science and Engineering
A researcher poses for a picture while working aboard a research vessel.
Apply your background in physics, mathematics and engineering to the advanced study of contemporary research topics in arctic physical oceanography, coastal engineering, underwater acoustics, air-sea interaction, and global climate change.
This program is designed to provide undergraduates with hands on experience in physical ocean research. Students work one-on-one with a professor and have access to the latest research facilities including the college's 146-foot research vessel, R/V Hugh R. Sharp, and a number of state-of-the-art laboratory facilities located on both in the Newark campus and at the Hugh R. Sharp campus in Lewes.
The program is NOT LIMITED to UD students; we welcome applications from physics, mathematics and engineering undergraduate students from any accredited four-year undergraduate program. The program typically runs for 2 months during June and July.
Full funding available: $1400/month + housing assistance
To apply, send a copy of your resume and transcript to Dr. Mohsen Badiey.