The Eckmann research group has monitored atmospheric conditions on and near the University of Portland campus for several years using weather balloons, instrumented drones, and other meteorological equipment. Goals of this group include assisting residential and industrial stakeholders to coexist here more sustainably by researching air pollution patterns in the area, conducting eco-roof experiments, and more. Research students fly instrumented drone missions, plus deploy and maintain automated weather stations, all in order to measure small-scale variations in temperature, wind, humidity, and other environmental variables. Students also analyze data to study how the area's weather patterns affect local air pollution episodes. The intern will work outdoors using hand tools and meteorological equipment on a team with several University of Portland students and one faculty member. The intern will need to wear sturdy boots and clothes suited to a variety of outdoor working conditions. The intern will also work indoors with various data analysis software such as Microsoft Excel. Familiarity with statistics and computer programming are strongly preferred. Previous ASE interns have contributed to research that has received awards at regional, national, and international conferences, and influenced policymakers. Dr. Eckmann and other researchers work in teams on all our projects, closely involving ASE interns, and they hope to continue this trajectory. They plan to have several conference proceedings or other articles finished by the end of the summer. For more information go to http://faculty.up.edu/eckmann/wx/. Females and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.