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
ROUTES SCHOLAR SARAH GIBBS’S RESEARCH SUGGESTS DIESEL TRAINS INCREASE THE LEVELS OF PARTICULATE MATTER CONCENTRATIONS AT 3 BOSTON COMMUTER RAIL STATIONS
ROUTES Scholar Sarah Gibbs is an Environmental Science student currently on her first co-op working in Dr. Matthew Eckelman’s lab on a project titled “Integrated Assessment Modeling of Energy, Air...
FORMER ROUTES SCHOLAR & CRECE TRAINEE MORGAN HINES PRESENTS AT THE 2019 BOSTON MOTOR SPEECH SYMPOSIUM
On Friday, June 21st, former undergrad scholar and trainee Morgan Hines gave a presentation at this year’s Boston Speech Motor Control Symposium (BSMCS) hosted at Boston University. This regional...
On April 4th, current and past ROUTES Scholar’s presented their research via posters at Northeastern University’s Research, Innovation and Scholarship Expo (RISE: 2019). Every year RISE brings...