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Undergraduate Interns Arrive for Summer Program in Ecology

June 1, 2010
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2010 REU Interns

34 summer students have arrived as part of the Harvard Forest summer research program in ecology. Students come from all over the United States to participate in on-going research projects for twelve weeks. Under the guidance and supervision of researchers at the Forest, students will work on projects related to land-use history, phenology, plant physiology, invasive species, insect ecology, and climate change, among others. Students also participate in seminars, discussions on ethics in science, and career-building and community service opportunities. The program will culminate with a full-day symposium where each student will present his/her research and experiences from the summer. 

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