As many as three positions are available for undergraduate students interested in working in a geomicrobiology and geochemistry laboratory, gaining experience in field and laboratory methods, and conducting independent research. Expectations are that students work 10-20 hours per week, that they attend group meetings, and they work towards presenting their research at conferences (university, regional, and national). Some positions require good computer skills and other positions will involve field work, such as cave exploration.
See the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
website for Undergraduate Research
for more details.