Honors Scholars Summer Internship

Honors Scholars Summer Internship

The Honors IR&D Summer Internship offers paid hands-on experience with the option for continued part-time employment during the fall or spring semesters.

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Honors Scholars Summer Internship

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About the Program

The Honors Summer Interns are selected from a list of candidates provided by the university’s deans of the College of Natural Sciences, Cockrell School of Engineering, and the Jackson School of Geosciences to participate in ongoing sponsored ARL:UT research programs. Because many of the programs focus on research that improves our national security, participating students often choose to pursue careers in this area after graduation.

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Each intern is supervised by a research scientist or engineer and works on a project that can be completed during the summer program. In addition, program participants learn about the types of research done in our laboratories through presentations by ARL:UT staff and other program activities, such as a tour of ARL:UT's Lake Travis Test Station.

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Student Projects

  • Adversarial Machine Learning (Signal & Information Sciences Lab)
  • Optical Underwater Sediment Roughness Characterization (Advanced Technology Lab))
  • The Sound of Seagrass (Environmental Sciences Lab)

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Honor Scholars work directly with ARL research scientists on projects.

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