The Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation has welcomed six new Charles Sturt University (CSU) student interns.
Over the next eight months the student interns Patrick Anderson, Iqra Kahn, Lily Tenhave, lena Schwarz, Ryan Malone and Jack Maloney will be mentored by Graham Centre scientists.
The internship program gives CSU undergraduate students an insight into our research and helps them develop practical skills to support their studies.
They also become familiar with our research pathways and the potential Honours and post graduate projects.
It’s part of our committment to train graduates to increase the capacity of grain and red meat industries to innovate.
We have supported more than 40 student interns over the past ten years as part of the program.
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