RIOS Internship

Research Internships in Ocean Sciences (RIOS) is a grant-funded internship for undergranduates, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). It is a 10-week paid internship, in which participants gain experience conducting and presenting research with the Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences. Interns may be stationed at Rutgers University Marine Field Station, where the focus of their research would be on ecology and life history of fishes, horseshoe crab nurseries, or other topics related to our current research projects.

Congratulations on a successful summer to all of our 2017 RIOS interns!


 

Past RUMFS RIOS Interns & Projects

Click on a project title below to see a .PDF or .JPG of each intern's poster.
indicates 1st place winner at end-of-summer poster session.
indicates 2nd place at end-of-summer poster session.

2017

  • Stephanie Arsenault - Describing Community Composition of Artificial Reefs off New Jersey
  • Dawn Parry - Analysis of Juvenile Striped Bass Spawning Sites Using Otolith Microchemistry
  • Alexandra Schneider - A 25-Year Time Series Analysis of Juvenile Blue Crabs in Southern New Jersey
  • Giselle Schreiber - Seasonality and Life History of Shrimp Species in the Mullica River-Great Bay Estuary

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