The ORNL Computational Sciences and Engineering Division is looking for post-bachelor’s and post-master’s associates to conduct research in the Geographic Information Science and Technology group. The Associates will support spatial research initiatives with special emphasis in remote sensing and imagery analysis to develop population models. Applicants must have recently earned a B.S. or M.S. degree in geography, GIS, remote sensing, or a related field. Access the Post-Bachelor’s application and the Post-Master’s application.
We want to see your pictures – #ORNLStory pictures that is! For the Fall 2017 Photo Contest, submit pictures on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #ORNLStory and automatically be entered to win an awesome prize! For current ORISE participants only.
If you’re an undergraduate, recent AAS/BS/MS/PhD graduate, or current graduate student, and are interested in conducting research through an internship at ORNL, check out the HERE program and the ASTRO program. Both programs accept applications year-round and are open to a variety of academic levels, in a variety of STEM and technical fields.
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“Since the moment I arrived at ORNL and witnessed the great minds that work here and the quality and capacity of systems here, it just called to me.” That’s what Andrés Márquez Rossy, a former participant in the Post-Bachelor’s program, and current participant in the Laboratory Technology program, thinks about his experience at ORNL. Recent bachelor’s or master’s graduates should consider applying to the ORNL Post-Bachelor’s or Post-Master’s programs which offer full-time research positions in a variety of STEM disciplines.
As a participant in the Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI) Program, geoscience student Adam Sisco developed a GIS-based risk assessment model for coastal communities. At the end of his term, he said, “I realized that having more questions than answers if exactly what drives research forward. The curiosity to know more is what makes ORNL thrive as a research and development laboratory.”
Welcome to the Science Education Programs at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
On this site you will find information about the various scientific educational programs offered at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Whether you are a recent graduate, a graduate student, an undergraduate, a K-12 student or teacher, or a university faculty member, ORNL has a program that will engage you in a scientific learning experience.
Science & Discovery at ORNL Focuses on Six Disciplines
ORNL is a world leader in advanced materials research and development
We are committed to providing cost-effective green energy options
We apply our scientific and technical resources to the world's most pressing security threats
Neutron research is helping scientists understand the structure and properties of materials