GEH LAB offers unique research internships and capacity-building programs for graduate students and professionals. There are 3 phases to the program:
1. Preparation (e.g. research development, pre-departure training, logistics and travel planning);
2. Field Training, 3 weeks of professional experience in selected country (e.g. engaging with local professors, teaching, research);
3. Dissemination (e.g. presentations to local and international stakeholders).
This professional experience program is designed to not only build capacity for our local partners at universities, but to build the capacity of all participants. If you participate fully in the research internships' fieldwork and writing activities, GEH LAB can help you submit your work for presentation and publication, and build your CV. The program encompasses much more than the weeks we spend in the field as the projects and collaborations are ongoing. Although it is not required, all of our past participants have worked with GEH LAB for at least 6 months.
You can earn academic credits by participating in our programs (additional tuition fees may apply). Please contact us for more details.
Students from the following universities have participated in the summer programs in the past:
Emory University, Georgia State University, Maastricht University, Northern Illinois University, University of Miami, University of Southern California, University of Victoria, Yale University, and local universities in Indonesia and Myanmar
$3,218.00 USD (fundraising tools and options available).
Fee Includes: All accommodation for up to 3 weeks (single occupancy, western standards), ground transportation, liability insurance, all research training, workshops, seminars and educational materials in selected country, access to international and local experts, professional experience, participation in scientific research projects and co-authorship on abstracts, papers and publications in accordance with level of contribution.
Does not include: Airfare, medical insurance, emergency evacuation insurance, academic credit (available for eligible participants for a fee), entrance fees or travel costs for cultural excursions.