Monthly Archives: June 2019

From a Royal to a Husky: A Summer with UConn Basketball

There are numerous career paths that a student enrolled in an Exercise Science Program may choose to pursue. As someone who has always had an interest in health and fitness, a potential career path that appealed to me was in … Continue reading

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Royal Museum Experience: Everhart Museum

This summer interning at the Everhart Museum’s department of Museum Education, Programming and Events, I hope to gain a broader understanding of how a small museum functions day-to-day as well as the roles of the different departments in a museum. … Continue reading

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Summer at Columbia Medical Center

This summer, I was given the opportunity to do research in a laboratory at Columbia University Medical Center in the Department of Neonatology. Over the past 5 weeks, I have been learning a variety of skills including how to operate … Continue reading

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Fundamentals in Chemical Research

While I hope to gain knowledge about techniques and skills in glycobiology, I have realized that I am learning what it means to ask the right questions. The renowned scientist I work under has shown me that it is far … Continue reading

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The New Exposure

This summer I am doing an internship at the Scranton Counseling Center. The experience so far has been astonishing. I have learned a lot in the past three weeks. I got much real-life exposure to many psychological disorders, which I … Continue reading

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My “Wild Life”: My Internship at a Wildlife Sanctuary

This summer I have the privilege of interning at Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary, a nonprofit rehabilitation center for injured, orphaned, and sick wildlife. My main roles at the sanctuary include working with licensed rehabilitators to establish diets, assess medical needs, … Continue reading

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Marketing and Managing a Growing Camp

My marketing internship at Our Lady of the Fields Camp and Retreat Center in Brighton, Michigan is going very well. Because this camp and retreat center is new and still developing, I hope to learn how to market and manage … Continue reading

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A Royal Museum Experience

These first few weeks have flown by, and they have been full of fun and interesting discoveries! I have been working as a curatorial intern in the Everhart Museum, under the wing of Francesca Saldan, the museum’s curator. I have … Continue reading

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West Coast Ecology Research

This summer, I have an internship with the Rafferty Lab from the University of California, Riverside (UCR). As a large public university in California, UCR is committed to research, diversity and inclusion. I am assisting one of Dr. Nicole Rafferty’s … Continue reading

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Do the Right Thing, Get it Done, and Don’t be a Jerk

I came into my internship at Nichols Law Offices not knowing if I wanted to be a lawyer. Furthermore, I was apprehensive about working in an office for the first time. Everyone looked so serious and business like. I wasn’t … Continue reading

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