Post Tagged with: "internships"

Working on the Wayne | ‘I Wanted to Get My Boots Dirty’

Working on the Wayne | ‘I Wanted to Get My Boots Dirty’

By Kyle Brooks ’17 Wildlife and Conservation Biology major As my graduation date crept closer and closer, the stress that comes with the uncertainty of beginning a new chapter in life set in. I had spent the last four years of my life pursuing an undergraduate degree in wildlife and […]

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May 22, 2017 at 6:02 pmNews

Working on the Wayne | ‘Just Takes Your Breath Away’

Working on the Wayne | ‘Just Takes Your Breath Away’

By Devon Cottrill When you say a national forest, most people envision large oaks or even maples whose tree tops block out the sun while you’re meandering down a hiking or biking trail. When someone says you work with wildlife, most think of the “cute-fuzzy-lovable” wildlife like bears, bobcats, wolves, […]

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May 19, 2017 at 2:28 pmNews

Zachary Bernens | Fast Scaler BCM Califration for DVCS Experiment

Zachary Bernens

Zachary Bernens presented “Fast Scaler BCM Calibration for DVCS Experiment” at the 2017 Ohio University Society of Physics Students Research Conference held in March. Understanding the internal structure of protons and neutrons is a gateway to under­stand the origin of the vast majority of ordinary matter. A tool commonly used […]

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April 10, 2017 at 5:53 pmResearch

Sociology-Criminology Senior Sees More Career Options after Internship

Sociology-Criminology Senior Sees More Career Options after Internship

By Avant Griffith ’17 I am a Sociology-Criminology major, graduating this spring. This semester I am an intern at the Ohio Public Defender‘s office in Athens, Ohio. There are a lot of positive benefits of participating in an internship during your undergraduate studies. Far Better Than Expected! I decided to […]

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April 10, 2017 at 2:42 pmNews

Sociology-Criminology Senior’s Internship with Public Defender’s Office

Sociology-Criminology Senior’s Internship with Public Defender’s Office

During her last semester, which was last Fall, Lindsey Radzevich ‘16 interned at the Athens County Public Defender’s office. She had interned previously at the Pittsburgh District Attorney’s office where she worked in Drug and DUI court. As a Sociology-Criminology major and a student in the Law, Justice & Culture […]

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April 7, 2017 at 2:19 pmNews

Career Corner | Sociology Majors Get Career, Internship Information

Career Corner | Sociology Majors Get Career, Internship Information

By Carrie Ramage ’17 “Take Charge of Your Career Path in Sociology and Criminology” was the message to students with Sociology-related majors and minors at a recent advising event. The purpose was into inform students in the Sociology major about guidance and opportunities available to students through the Sociology & […]

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April 7, 2017 at 8:30 amNews

Sociology-Criminology Student Interns with the Adult Parole Authority

Sociology-Criminology Student Interns with the Adult Parole Authority

By Mercedes Lewis ’19 Sociology and English Creative Writing double major I recently interviewed a Sociology-Criminology major about his post-graduate internship this past fall. Zachary Walden graduated in December 2016 and headed to an internship at the Athens Adult Parole Authority office, where he learned about the day to life […]

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April 5, 2017 at 12:46 pmIn Class News