- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 21, 2015

JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) - Four Arkansas State University students have been chosen to pursue their interest in science this summer in the Biotechnology Research Internship Program at ASU’s Arkansas Biosciences Institute.

The program’s purpose is to provide basic support for A-State undergraduate science majors who want research experience in areas of life sciences or its applications during the summer of their sophomore or junior years.

Each student is matched with a faculty mentor who is conducting research related to biotechnology or biology from one of several departments and colleges, based largely on the student’s interests. Selection also was based on academic credentials.

The four students are Logan Meurer of Lake City, Dylan Dulaney of Trumann, Carson Day of Cave City and Brian Mason of Jonesboro. Each of the ASU internships is valued at $2,500.

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