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Chicago Botanic Garden

http://www.chicago-botanic.org/
Chicago, IL

STEM programs, research opportunities, and contacts from Chicago Botanic Garden.


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K-12 Educators

Research Experience for Teachers with The Echinacea Project

Join our team to investigate ecology, evolution, and conservation biology in fragmented tallgrass prairie under the beautiful skies of Douglas County, ... read more
an IBP member program

Undergraduate Students

Paid summer REU internship: Prairie Ecology in western MN

The Echinacea Project is recruiting students to conduct research in the tallgrass prairie. Team Echinacea investigates ecology and evolution in fragme ... read more
an IBP member program

Post-Baccalaureate

Conservation and Land Management Internship Program

Each year, the Conservation and Land Management Internship Program places recent college graduates in five-month paid internships to assist biologists ... read more
an IBP member program

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