Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPI Announces 2020 Class of Interns

March 19, 2020

LPI Announces the Recipients of the 2020 Career Development Award

Dr. Louise Prockter, LPI Director, talks to a group of interns.


The Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) is pleased to announce the names of the students selected for the 2020 LPI Summer Intern Program in Planetary Science. LPI has been training scientists since 1977. The LPI's highly competitive intern program offers undergraduates the opportunity to experience cutting-edge research in lunar and planetary science, working one-on-one with scientists at the LPI and the NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) on a project of current interest in planetary science.

This year's class is comprised of 14 undergraduate students at universities in the United States, Canada, and Europe. The program typically runs early June through early August each year.

For more information about the program, visit the summer intern webpage.

Name University Country
Josephine Anderson Michigan State University US
Max Aragon University of Pecs Hungary
Megan Broussard University of Louisiana at Lafayette US
Danielle Buchheister University of Colorado - Boulder US
Leela CaƱuelas Brown University US
Stephanie Connell University of Winnipeg Canada
Amy Dugdale Maynooth University-National University of Ireland Maynooth Ireland
Madeleine Frank The University of Michigan US
Camille Goodale The Evergreen State College US
Catherine Harrison The University of Manchester United Kingdom
Sarah Mielke University of South Carolina US
Briar Qualizza Purdue University US
Emily Roberts Texas A&M University US
Emma Rogers Purdue University US
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