The William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute is currently accepting applications for the Summer Experience in Water Quality Research program. This internship will work on a variety of research projects in collaboration with Miner Institute and Cornell University. The student will have the opportunity to gain experience in all aspects of edge-of-field water quality monitoring studies and engage in research investigating dairy farm sustainability indicators. The internship begins May 25 and ends August 14. Review of applications will begin February 15, 2021. For additional information, visit https://www.whminer.org/summer-experience-in-water-quality-research
This program is available to students in their junior or senior year of study in agronomy, environmental science, or a related discipline.
About Miner Institute
Miner Institute conducts integrated, cutting-edge education, research, and demonstration programs that optimize the biological and economic relationships among forage-crop production, dairy and equine management, and environmental stewardship.
Since its creation in 1951, the principal function is the economic improvement of agricultural operations through research, education, and demonstration. Miner Institute conducts research programs that apply basic science to contemporary problems confronting the dairy and equine industries. Our areas of focus include the crop-animal-environment interface, milk analysis as a herd management tool, cow comfort and behavior, and equine reproductive management.