University of Oregon's Oregon Institute of Marine Biology Research Experience for Undergraduates
Exploration of Marine Biology on the Oregon Coast
An exciting new summer program for undergraduate students at University of Oregon's marine lab, the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology. EMBOC offers fellowship opportunities for undergraduate students from both 2-year and 4-year colleges and universities to participate in ongoing marine science research. In addition to conducting research at OIMB, students participating in the EMBOC program will participate in weekly professional development discussions and training sessions, social activities, field trips and marine biology seminars. Interns will learn how to conduct research into biological processes and experience the excitement of learning and discovery, empowerment, tenacity and challenges that are all a part of a career in the biological sciences.
Hands-on learning in some of the Oregon coast's most beautiful habitats and in the laboratory
Contribute to discoveries in cutting-edge marine biological labs
Build friendships and professional relationships that will last a lifetime
Stay up to date with each of this year's interns by reading their weekly blog entries about their experiences as an REU intern.