Internships In Scientific Communication
This internship is for both The D.U.Quark, the student scientific journal on campus, and The Spectrum, the Bayer School newsletter.
Students will have the flexibility to design their experience. Internship responsibilities may include a combination of the following: writing, peer review, editing, layout design, promotion, outreach, marketing and mentoring. Students will also complete professional development training and reflect on their experiences in a public blog.
Students can be part of either publication without signing up for an internship, but the internship will give an opportunity for more consistent experience and training.
These are the highlights of the internship: ENGL 446-01 (15572)
- Students can sign up for 1, 2, or 3 credits: (1 credit = 2 hours/week on site, 2 credits = 4 hours/week on site, 3 credits = 6 hours/week on site).
- The internship can be graded or P/F.
- Students can take the internship experience more than once.
- All majors and years are welcome.
- No previous experience or prerequisites required.
- Internships can be applied towards an English minor
- Internships can support an unlimited number of interested students.
Students can sign up for the internship as they register for classes. Please contact the internship coordinator, Dr. Sarah Wright (email@example.com), with any questions about registration or the internship requirements. For more information about The D.U.Quark, contact the faculty advisor, Dr. Kristin Klucevsek (firstname.lastname@example.org).