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Please join Spark and Haskell Indian Nations University on Friday, July 6 as students from the Haskell Environmental Research Studies (HERS) Institute present their research on how water quality, air quality and the Fourth of July has been affected by the fires in Boulder and the surrounding area.
The HERS Institute is an 8-week paid summer internship program. Interns spend six weeks on the Haskell campus during June and July in classrooms and laboratories learning about climate change and developing individual research projects. Interns spend another two weeks in July conducting independent research at Haskell, Kansas University, or in the field.
The interns spent their week at UCAR learning and practicing research and education techniques they can apply to priorities in the communities they come from.
Presentations will be given from 1:00 - 2:30 pm on Friday, July 6 in FL2-1001.