College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

Noble Scholars in Agriculture Internships

The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation  |  Posted: Nov 7 2014

Position Summary/Purpose of Position:

The Noble Foundation’s Lloyd Noble Scholars in Agriculture Program offers students the opportunity to assist in a research project while working alongside and learning from professional researchers and consultants. The Noble Foundation Agricultural Division offers educational opportunities in its core areas of expertise: agricultural communications, agricultural economics, agricultural education, agronomy, animal science, farm and ranch management, horticultural crop management (emphasizing pecans), natural resources management, plant and soil sciences, rangeland ecology and management and wildlife and fisheries management. This program provides students the opportunity to work directly with a team of consultants and research scientists in the development and implementation of farm and ranch-based consultation and research. 

The program typically begins mid-May or early June and lasts through August. This is a paid internship, and housing will be provided to out-of-area scholars during the 10-12 week period. 

Application Instructions:

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Position Closing Date:

Friday, February 13, 2015


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