The Graduate Student Internship Program is intended for students who are in the early years of a graduate program at their university — most often in their first or second year of graduate studies — and who are interested in pursuing research in radio astronomy, in instrumentation development for radio astronomy, or in areas of electrical engineering or computer science that are closely related to radio astronomy observing techniques or data analysis. Students who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States, are enrolled in an accredited U.S. Graduate Program, or who are otherwise eligible to work in the United States, will receive a stipend. Some travel support and housing assistance may also be available. Appointments to this program may be made for durations ranging from a few weeks up to six months. Working under the supervision of an NRAO staff member, the successful candidate participates in one or more of: radio-astronomical research; instrument design, development, fabrication, and testing; or scientific programming.
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Funder: National Radio Astronomy Observatory
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Citizenship: U.S. Citizen