Receiving a stipend and academic credit, the student research fellows will work 10 hours per week, receiving one-on-one mentorship and instruction on cutting-edge techniques in their fields of interest.
Shaniah Greene ‘22 is anxious to do her part to make a more energy-secure future. The junior chemistry major will spend the summer as an intern at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colo.
Through the agreements, Fitchburg State students can complete their bachelor’s degrees in biology or chemistry along with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, or their bachelor’s degree in exercise and sports science along with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, on an accelerated schedule. This will save students a full year of study.