Honors Scholars Summer Internship
About the Program
The Honors Summer Interns are selected from a list of candidates provided by the university’s deans of the Cockrell School of Engineering and the College of Natural Sciences to participate in ongoing sponsored ARL:UT research programs. Because many of the programs focus on research that improves our national security, participating students often choose to pursue careers in this area after graduation.
Each intern is supervised by a research scientist or engineer and works on a project that can be completed during the summer program. In addition, program participants learn about the types of research done in our laboratories through presentations by ARL:UT staff and other program activities, such as a tour of ARL:UT's Lake Travis Test Station.
- Adversarial Machine Learning (Signal & Information Sciences Lab)
- Optical Underwater Sediment Roughness Characterization (Advanced Technology Lab))
- The Sound of Seagrass (Environmental Sciences Lab)
Interested? Find out more about the program.
View the 2022 Honors Scholars Information Session Video (alternative text)
See the 2022 Honors Scholars Program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
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Honor Scholars work directly with ARL research scientists on projects.