The Canadian Parliamentary Internship Program is a five week college credit program from mid-May through June. Students reside in the University of Ottawa and typically work in the office of a member of the Canadian Parliament, either the House of Commons or the Senate. You can see more information about […]Read more ›
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Don’t be afraid to take the initiative, says Kyle Serrott, who interned last summer with Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH)’s Columbus office. To students hoping to gain experience in a similar setting in the future, Serrott says they should not be afraid to take initiative – what the staff in Sen. […]Read more ›
Plant Biology students took the summer by the stem, by the handle, and even by the cactus—interning all over the country and getting real-world experience. Sixteen plant biology majors and minors were engaged in internships during 2014, mostly during the summer, and many of them through the Department of Environmental […]Read more ›
It’s never too early to begin researching internships and career opportunities. Students can log in to their Bobcat CareerLink account, which serves as a resource to all Ohio University students and alumni to find information on jobs, employers, and upcoming events. Students can log in to update their resumes and […]Read more ›
Sixteen plant biology majors and minors were engaged in internships during 2014, mostly during the summer, and many of them through the Department of Environmental and Plant Biology pipeline internships program. Learn more about summer internships at the Environmental & Plant Biology Internship Symposium on Thursday, Oct. 9, from 6 […]Read more ›
By Katie Conlon ’16, Elizabeth Cychosz ’15, Danielle Fultz ’14, Samantha Rommel ’15, Bekki Wyss ’16 Imagining International Justice in Post-Genocide Cambodia Because all of our projects relate in some way to the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, or the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC for short), we have been looking forward to […]Read more ›
By Jean Andrews Physics & Astronomy Junior Natalie Klco’15 HTC Physics major spent this summer in Italy and France participating in two projects under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Hicks, a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Hicks is a member of a team of researchers conducting a […]Read more ›