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NRRI relies on a steady stream of smart and motivated students to work in the field and in labs on an amazing variety of projects. Undergraduate and graduate students can be technicians or assistant researchers. Biology, ecology, geology, physics -- any of the sciences -- could be good background for working at NRRI. Civil and Industrial Engineering courses can come alive in NRRI labs.

Read about the experiences of three UMD students working in the Water Research Group in 2020: From streams to labs, UMD students tackle advanced science

If you're a student seeking an internship or employment, please send a well-written CV or resume and cover letter to NRRI Human Resources, Jane Dzuck at

For other student job opportunities, on campus and in the community, check out UMD's Student Job Site.