Research Opportunities for Undergraduates:
Training in Environmental Health Sciences
A Northeastern University Co-op Program
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE WAY ENVIRONMENTAL FORCES SHAPE HUMAN HEALTH?
Are you looking for a Co-op that isn’t just a job, but an introduction to research culture and a foundation for an environmental health career?
Imagine an exclusive Co-op opportunity that involves hands-on, competitively paid, environmental health research.
Imagine being paired with a Northeastern faculty member in your field of interest as a mentor, along with the guidance of graduate and post-doctorate students.
Imagine presenting your research, attending conferences, and networking with researchers in environmental health-related sciences.
Gain hands-on, full-time, paid research experience in established labs on and off campus
Kelsey Walak is a chemical engineering student minoring in mathematics who recently completed her first co-op as a ROUTES Scholar in Fall 2019. Kelsey became a ROUTES Scholar to learn more about...
Earlier this year, former ROUTES Scholars Ariel Aiken and Jadesola Akanji were co-authors of their first publication, “The response of Escherichia coli to the alkylating agents chloroacetaldehyde...
Olivia Chagnon is a Biology major and current ROUTES Scholar on her first research co-op in the PFAS Project Lab of the Social Science Environmental Health Research Institute (SSEHRI), which is led...