Student Research Fellowships


2023 Undergraduate Research Fellowship Application period is now open and will close on Feb 15, 2023.

The College of Agriculture partners with the Office of Undergraduate Research to fund students to conduct their own research. Students work with a faculty advisor to come up with a research project.

Fellowships can begin in the Summer of 2023. Students may apply for year-long, summer, and one or two-semester-long fellowships. Eligible students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or better and have time to complete the fellowship before graduation. The fellowship application deadline is February 15, 2023.

 The information, submission form, instructions, and templates can be found on the website at the link below:

Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program – Office of Undergraduate Research (


Opelika High School seeking Agriscience Teacher

Check out this opportunity to stay in the local area and impact the lives of young people. Opelika High School is seeking an Agrscience Teacher. BS in Agriscience field required. Check out the opportunity here.

OK Foods Portioning Supervisor Position and Superintendent Positions available.

Bachoco OK foods has a  couple open positions in their Albertville, AL location. They have  Albertville, AL – Portioning Supervisor Night Shift position and  Albertville, AL – Portioning Superintendent 2nd Shift position



Red Fox Farm seeking Christmas and/or Spring Semester help

Red Fox Farm in Auburn, AL is seeking help during the Christmas and/or Spring Semester. They need help with feeding horses, pasture upkeep, stall and pasture mucking, and general farm chores. Will include some weekend work. To inquire contact Becky Carroll at 334-750-8523 .


2023 NPTC Research and Extension Experience for Undergraduates (REEU) Opportunities in Precision Animal Management

The NPTC REEU Scholars Internship was created to help solve production agricultural problems in the state of Alabama while providing high impact experiences in undergraduate research and extension programing. We have multiple research projects in progress and will visit farms for data collection and to address problems. Scholars will assist the team with research projects and be responsible for at least one extension article. Click here for more details and the application. Questions can be directed to Dr. Jeremiah Davis.


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Megan Ross

Megan Ross is a 2001 Auburn Graduate who currently serves as Coordinator of Student Development & Programs in the College of Agriculture at Auburn University. Her passion for fostering students’ personal and intellectual growth has allowed her to create unique educational and professional programming designed to elevate their academic experience.

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