The Environmental Health Program combines research with public outreach through investigating how human activities impact the environment, how environmental toxins impact human health, and the development of strategies to alleviate those impacts. Research focused interns will be working on water and air quality studies, as well as assisting with on-going, integrated, projects related to red tide and endocrine disrupting chemicals. Outreach focused interns will be involved in development of media to be used for public outreach material. Past interns have worked on stormwater treatment technologies, pilot studies on environmental impacts on HABs, hydrological modeling, and outreach efforts. Self-motivated college students with general laboratory, modeling (ArcGIS, SWMM), statistic (R, Python, SPSS, etc.), or media experience preferred.