US-Canada Remote Internship - Dartmouth-McGill Arctic Research

Are you interested in Arctic science but unsure which field you find the most interesting? Here is your chance to learn more about the range of topics that Arctic scientists explore while contributing to an Arctic science study. Researchers at Dartmouth College and McGill University in Canada have teamed up to conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis of literature to identify key areas and topics of Arctic research in North America. We are looking for a remote intern who will work with us to systematically screen the literature and extract key information following a standardized process.  By the end of the internship you will have experience conducting scientific literature reviews. You will also be offered the opportunity to co-author an article for publication in a peer reviewed international journal. Remote internship will be with Professor Gordon Hickey and Dr. Ashlee-Ann Pigford of the Sustainable Futures Laboratory at McGill in collaboration with Dr. Melody Brown Burkins of Dartmouth.


DURATION: 8-10 weeks during Fall term. 

DEADLINES: Fall 2020 Deadline: Wednesday, August 12, 2020

FUNDING: The standard grant for a remote internship is $1500, meant to help defray expenses while student is engaged in internship opportunity. To be eligible for funding you must have an "L term" status with the college.

ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible for funding, you must have an "L term" (Leave Term) status with the College.

APPLICATION: To apply for funding, complete the US-Canada Remote Internship ONLINE APPLICATION by the deadline. This is a generic application for the US-Canada Remote Internships, please indicate you are applying for the Dartmouth-McGill Arctic Research. If you are interested in our other US-Canada Remote Internships, please find them here. Note: You may apply for more than one US-Canada Remote Opportunity at a time. Please specific your first and second choice of opportunity.

ITEMS TO SUBMIT WITH YOUR APPLICATION: You are required to submit a statement of interest, a writing sample (1-3 page) and your resume/CV with your application at the time of submission. These are uploaded directly from within the online application. 

Expressions of interest and questions may be directed to Associate Director of the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding, Melody Brown Burkins, PhD or Dickey Center Program Coordinator, Natalie Stephenson

The John Sloan Dickey Center