Monthly Archives: August 2018

Royal Museum Experience

Well, 8 weeks flew by. Summers always do move at a rapid pace, but this particular summer seemed to move even faster. My time at the Everhart Museum in Scranton, PA, left a lasting impression in my heart and opened … Continue reading

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A Great Experience at CHOP

Over the past 10-weeks at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, I have had the opportunity to grow both individually and professionally. I am very grateful to have interned at one of the most prestigious Children’s Hospitals around the world. I … Continue reading

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Wins and Losses

Throughout my time interning for the Sussex County Miners, I have been exposed to the intricacies of what it takes to operate a successful baseball team, which has opened my eyes to the reality that the baseball industry is as … Continue reading

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A Reflection on My Summer Research Experience

In these past 10 weeks, I’ve spent 250+ hours in the lab at the University of Scranton researching, running protocols and taking care of lab maintenance. I was able to broaden my technical skills through collaborations with two faculty members … Continue reading

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The Challenges and Rewards of Bat Population Research

One major challenge that I’ve found in the course of this internship is that research can be somewhat discouraging. The decimation in the bat population demographics in the Northeastern United States since the White-Nose outbreak in 2006 has been well … Continue reading

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While Memories Fade, Friendships Last a Life-Time

Interestingly, the most challenging part of my internship would later prove the most rewarding. Nearly 1,000 miles away from my family and friends at home, Tampa forced me to momentarily start anew. As a “lone Royal” in unfamiliar territory, I … Continue reading

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My Own Exposure and Response Prevention

My Royal Psychology Experience at McLean Hospital has been remarkably rewarding and surprisingly challenging. This summer, I drafted my book chapter on mindfulness in schools, observed clinical interventions, and been trained to administer two clinical assessments. While I enjoy honing … Continue reading

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A CPAF Thank You

The most rewarding parts of my internship were the experience I gained and the connections I made during my time there. Some of the work experience I now have because of my internship includes assisting with account reviews and preparing … Continue reading

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Persistence in Research Begets Success

While recounting the last two months, I’ve realized that my time was spent primarily outlining procedures, conducting experiments, and dealing with alternating waves of successful and failed studies. The first eight weeks of my summer internship consisted of tweaking experimental … Continue reading

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Surrounded by Industry Leaders

The most rewarding part of my internship at Wasserman this summer was working alongside sports marketing professionals that have been in the industry for several years. Before Wasserman, many held roles with professional sports leagues or worked in the sponsorship … Continue reading

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