Come join us for a unique experience in the Adirondacks of New York. Working as an undergraduate research assistant brings with it a wealth of knowledge and learning coupled with the experience of working with a team of people dedicated to research, education, and answering questions to issues on the forefront of science.
Research assistants are paid positions with the Institute, working on research programs which will provide successful applicants with experience in collection of water chemistry data, laboratory analyses, and field research experience.
A research assistantship with DFWI gives students the opportunity to:
- develop research skills in both the laboratory and field
- work with different types of research equipment including boats, trucks, field sampling equipment, and analytical equipment in the lab.
- develop working relationships with students and professionals from the RPI community and beyond.
- gain confidence with their future and career path.
So don't wait any longer, apply for a research assistantship with DFWI today and start the experience of a lifetime!
To apply to be a research assistant with DFWI at the Bolton Landing Facilities on Lake George, NY, please contact Dr. Joel Harrison.