Summer Undergraduate Fellows in Plant Health and Protection, SCSU

Ten selected students will spend nine weeks living at Southern CT State University (SCSU) and conducting a research project in small research groups with mentors at the nearby Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station (CAES) in New Haven, CT. Research projects may be field- or laboratory-based in areas including plant pathology, analytical chemistry, entomology, molecular microbiology, plant physiology, and forest health. Click here for the research interests of the participating research mentors. Weekly enrichment activities will include field trips to learn about research careers in the public and private sector, and workshops to develop scientific leadership and communication skills.