Career & Leadership Development

Summer Internship Reports

Summer 2014

ART & ART HISTORY INTERNSHIPS

Funding to pursue internships in art of art history is provided by the Patrick-Smith and Powell Funds

Christie’s, Inc., New York, NY-Jan DeLozier, C’16
Sike Style Industries, Kansas City, MO-Megan Ebel, C’16
Guarisco Gallery (ACE), Washington, DC-Pascale Rucker, C’14

BIEHL INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS

Awarded to students to do independent social science research in countries where the primary language is not English

Peru: Volunteerism and Social Service participation, Peru-Kausha Luna, C’15
Chile: Urban Public Transportation Networks and Its Effects on Geographic Mobility, Chile-Pierce Myers, C’15

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS INTERNSHIPS

Funding is generously provided through the Bank of America, Bing, Camp, Doherty, Francis, Lawrence, Probasco, Smith, and Wilson Funds

Technologica Consultants, Bulgaria-Atanas Apostolov, C'17
Playing in Traffic Records / Pure Whit Creative Management (ACE), Austin, TX-Connor Beitel, C’14
Easton Events, Charlottesville, VA-Maggie Boozer, C’16
Blue Canyon Partners (ACE), Evanston, IL-Britta Carlson, C15, Newton Law, C’15
Icon Sports & Entertainment, Brentwood, TN-Cat Clark, C’16
Standard Research Corp.: Tell-Tale Capital (ACE), Nashville, TN-Owen Cooper, C’15
Inslee By Design, New York, NY-Mary Marshall Fariss, C’17
SunEdison Solar Panel & Renewable Energy Solutions (ACE), Spain-John Fisher, C’16
North Star Destination Strategies (ACE), Nashville, TN-De’Nard Ford, C’15, Amy Nelson, C’15
Rabbit Ridge Winery, Paso Robles, CA-Brice Garrett, C’15
Dulatone Music Group (ACE), Nashville, TN-Sally Anne Greenwood, C'15
Laffer Associates (ACE), Nashville, TN-Andrew Haley, C’16
Episcopal Relief & Development (ACE), New York, NY-Meg Hall, C’15
Intelligex, Inc., Nashville, TN-Thomas Hall, C’14
The United Methodist Church: General Council on Finance & Administration, Nashville, TN-Da’Sean Hancock, C'17
inventive Health (ACE), Charlotte, NC-Justin Hawke, C’15
Walrus Advertising (ACE), New York, NY-Lucy Hebb, C’14
NewSouth Books, Montgomery, AL-Blair Johnson, C’15
Pfeiffer Insurance (AFLAC) (ACE), Las Vegas, NV-Jordan Johnson, C’16
Winter Water Factory (ACE), Brooklyn, NY-Tran Ly, C’17
American Songwriter Magazine (ACE), Nashville, TN-Will Minter, C’14
BMC Capital (ACE), Dallas, TX-Bill Murphy, C’16
Second Harvest Food Bank (ACE), Nashville, TN-Lacey Oliver, C’14
Daily Caller (ACE), Washington, DC-Jane Bartlett Pappas, C’15, Justin Smith, C’16
Gabriel deGrood Bendt (GdB), Minneapolis, MN-William Pearson, C’16
Carefree Health & Weight Solutions, Atlanta, GA-Charlie Powell, C’15
Angerholzer Broz Consulting (ACE), Washington, DC-Paniz Rezaeerod, C’15
Launch Collective (ACE, New York, NY-, Whitt Sellers, C’15
Sterne Agee, Nasvhille, TN-Birpartap Singh, C’15
International SOS, England-Robin Smith, C’15
Sara Campbell, LTD, Boston, MA-Lindsay Stevenson, C’17
Flight 33 Productions, Sherman Oaks, CA-Tyson Trotz, C’15
Relay Productions, Nashville, TN-Trapp Tubbs, C’15

CAREER EXPLORATION INTERNSHIPS

Funding to pursue internships in any field is provided by the Boyd and Stephenson Funds

Dallas Museum of Art (ACE), Dallas, TX-Abigail Holloway, C’15
State Courts Administrator: Information on Systems Services, Tallahassee, FL-Quentin Jones, C’15
U.S. National Park Service: The Carl Sandburg Home, Flat Rock, NC-Sara Kachelman, C'17‌
Pepperdine University: Department of History and University Archives, Malibu, CA-Tanner Potts, C’15

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES INTERNSHIPS

Support for research or work in Sewanee or beyond is generously provided by the Brewster, Fitzsimons, Jessie Ball DuPont, Lankewicz, Mellon, Sommer-Speck, and Thomas Funds

Salamander behavioral ecology research: Dept. of Biology (Dr. Kristen Cecala), Sewanee, TN-Maggie Bliss, C’16
Cave biodiversity: Dept. of Biology (Dr. Kirk Zigler), Sewanee, TN-Will Coleman, C’14
Data-gathering for carbon sequestration project on Haitian coffee farms: Dept. of Biology (Dr. Deb McGrath), Haiti-Geanina Fripp, C’16, Duncan Pearce, C’17, Scott Summers, C’16
Researching pharmaceuticals and personal care products in Sewanee's wastewater: Dept. of Chemistry (Dr. Emily White), Sewanee, TN-Veronica Gordillo-Herrejon, C’17
Land Trust for Tennessee (ACE), Nashville, TN-Elise Harrigan, C’15
Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration: University of California-Santa Barbara-Santa Barbara, CA-Nicki Hubbard, C’15
Hope Institute/Friends of Canon Gideon Foundation (ACE), Uganda-Shannon Jones, C’14
St. Catherine's Island Ecology Program: Botany Survey, St. Catherine’s Island, GA-Elise Landreaux, C’15, Hali Steinmann, C’15
Pay It Forward Permaculture and Agricultural Farm, Andover, NH-Eva Moss, C’15
Millipede genetics and diversity: Dept. of Biology (Dr. Kirk Zigler), Sewanee, TN-Vikash Naran, C’14
Plant ecological research on the Sewanee Domain: Dept. of Biology (Dr. Jon Evans), Sewanee, TN-Callie Oldfield, C'15, Thomas Walters, C’15
Yale School of Forestry & Environmental & Conservation: Field Ecology Research Assistantship (ACE), New Haven, CT-Joanna Parkman, C’14
Raleigh City Farm: Urban Farming, Raleigh, NC-Katie Riddle, C’16
Lick Run Farm and Community Market: Urban Farming and Community Development (ACE), Roanoke, VA-Tarver Shimek, C’14
University Farm, Sewanee, TN-Alex Butler, C’16, Elizabeth Sega, C’15

FUND FOR INNOVATIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING (FITL)

Students engaged in collaborative research with faculty in Sewanee during the summer with the following departments

Effects of adolescent methamphetamine and/or nicotine exposure on behavior, cognition, and dopamine transporter expression: Dept. of Psychology (Dr. Jessica Siegel), Sewanee, TN-Jordan Buck, C’15, Alysse Schultheis, C’16
Canonization process for St. Thomas Cantilupe: Dept. of History (Dr. Sue Ridyard), Sewanee, TN-Lydia Cook, C’17
Effects of Russian Orthodoxy on contemporary Russia: Dept. of Russian (Dr. Elizabeth Skomp), Sewanee, TN-Sara Crawford, C’15
Pietism and Prussian State Building: Dept. of History (Dr. Kelly Whitmer), Gotha, Germany-Dave Dermon, C’16
AIDS and environmental policies in China: Dept. of Political Science (Dr. Scott Wilson), Sewanee, TN-Enze Gong, C’17
Maya Deren- Representations of women in surreal film: Depts. of Art & Art History (Dr. Jeff Thompson), Women's Studies, New York, NY-Meg Hall, C’15
Using photography to transform and strengthen communities: Dept. of Art & Art History (Dr. Pradip Malde), Cange, Haiti and Sewanee, TN-Brooke Irvine, C’16, Caroline Minchew, C’14, Chandler Sowden, C’14
Evaluation of models for assertiveness study in U.S. cultures: Dept. of Psychology (Dr. Al Bardi), Sewanee, TN-Matt Karstens, C’15
Educational exchanges in 18th-century Europe: Dept. of History (Dr. Kelly Whitmer), Gotha and Halle, Germany-Lauren Lyons, C’16
The effect of the Clean Water Act on U.S. outbound foreign direct investment: Dept. of Economics (Dr. Aaron Elrod), Sewanee, TN-Dori Wilson, C’16
Researching best practices in higher education advising: Dept. of Anthropology (Dr. Richard O’Connor), Sewanee, TN, Sewanee,TN-Michelle Howell, C’15

McGRIFF-BRUTON MATHEMATICS & COMPUTER SCIENCE RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS

Collaborative research between students and Sewanee faculty from the Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science

Investigating the optimal racing line for an airplane: Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science (Dr. Catherine Cavagnaro), Sewanee, TN-Erica Dai, C’16
Building wireless sensor networks: Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science (Dr. Stephen Carl ), Sewanee, TN-Peter McCarthy, C’17
Data Mining: Using prediction models to predict stock market return: Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science (Dr. Linda Lankewicz), Sewanee, TN-Tue Vo, C’16

RAOUL CONSERVATION INTERNSHIPS

Funding for student internships in hydrology, forestry, geology, geoarchaeology, or watershed management

Indian Creek Hunt & Timber Club (ACE), Nashville, TN-Hank Greenberg, C’16
A Rocha Conservation, Canada-Becca Hannigan, C’16
New York Botanical Garden (ACE), New York, NY-John Paul McDonnell, C’15
Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy (ACE), New York, NY-Weston Stitt, C’15

SCIENCE RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS

Collaborative student-faculty science research projects are carried out through the generous support of the Beatty, Davis-Pinson, Greene, Physics, and Yeatman Funds, as well as external grants to support on-campus research assistantships

Study of protein misfolding diseases: Dept of Biology (Dr. Elise Kikis), Sewanee, TN-Sheana Algama, C’15, Jordan Grant, C'15
Investigation of caffeine and other contaminants in Sewanee wastewater: Dept. of Chemistry (Dr. Emily White), Sewanee, TN-Dannielle Hendon, C’17
Palladium-catalyzed coupling reactions for the synthesis of new solar dyes: Dept. of Chemistry (Dr. Rob Bachman), Sewanee, TN-Michelle Leidy, C’15, Sara Parks, C’16
Researching pharmaceuticals and personal care products in Sewanee's wastewater: Dept. of Chemistry (Dr. Emily White), Sewanee, TN-Leslie Leiva, C’17
HDAC3 and TGFβ involvement in breast cancer cell development: Dept of Biology (Dr. Alyssa Summers), Sewanee, TN-Sydney Philpott, C’15
Data-gathering for carbon sequestration project on Haitian coffee farms: Dept. of Biology (Dr. Deb McGrath), Sewanee, TN-Elizabeth Sega, C’15
Role of Hdac3 in regulating GIMAP expression in T-cells: Dept. of Biology (Dr. Alyssa Summers), Sewanee, TN-Andy Streiff, C’15
Water quality monitoring of Harrison Spring: Dept. of Chemistry (Dr. Emily White), Sewanee, TN-Tia Strickland, C’16

SERVICE & MINISTRY INTERNSHIPS

Students carry out internships in either service or non-profit spheres, and in vocational exploration in either church or church-related organizations, thanks to funding from the A.S. Sullivan Foundation Scholarship, Goldsmith-Bread for the World, and the Summer Discernment Institute Funds.  Most students participate in two 4-day reflection retreats as part of their internship experience, through the Lilly Summer Discernment Institute.

Bread for the World (ACE), Washington, DC-Jenay Lightfoot, C’14
Hope Institute / Friends of Canon Gideon Foundation (ACE), Uganda-Anna Alikhani, C’14, Mary Stuart Smart, C’14
Thistle Farms, Nashville, TN-Elise Anderson, C’16, Alli Smith, C’16
St. Mary’s Convent, Sewanee, TN-Kayla Deep, C’15
The Lord’s Acre, Fairview, NC-Jason Grimes, C’14
The Episcopal School of Los Angeles (ACE), Los Angeles, CA-Jane Hannon, C’15
Urban Green Lab, Nashville, TN-Cate Hargrove
Magdalene Residential Program, Nashville, TN-Isabelle Harrison, C’15
Basic Needs (ACE), Bangladesh-Mary Ottley, C’15
Freedom’s Promise, Cambodia-Sarah Perrone, C’16
Camp Discover / Mountain T.O.P., Altamont, TN-Lindsay Selden, C’15
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Tallahassee, FL- William Stokes, C’16
Episcopal Diocese of Columbia, Columbia-Nora Vinas, C’17

TONYA PUBLIC AFFAIRS INTERNSHIPS

Funding for the internships in one of the three branches of government or in public affairs

Tennessee Department of Children’s Services (ACE), Tullahoma, TN-Annie Blanks, C’15
Committee on Homeland Security, U.S. House of Representatives (ACE), Washington, DC-Sophie Bowen, C’16
Texas Water Journal: Texas A&M Institute of Renewable Natural Resources (ACE), College Station, TX-Amy Buice, C’16
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky (Judge Gregory Van Tatenhove) (ACE), Frankfurt, KY-Henry Cleland, C’17, John Googe, C’15
U.S. Attorney’s Office (ACE), Chattanooga, TN-Tristan Danley, C’15
U.S. Senator Ed Markey (MA), Washington, DC-Alison Eleey, C’16
U.S. District Court, South Carolina (Judge David Norton) (ACE), Charleston, SC-Sarah Flowers, C’15
Land Trust Alliance, Washington, DC-Connor Hoy, C’14
International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children, Alexandria, VA-Davante Jennings, C’16
World Association of Newspapers & News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) (ACE), France-Katherine Keith, C’15
Hope Institute/Friends of Canon Gideon Foundation (ACE), Uganda-Avery Kelly, C’14
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Washington, DC-Caitlin McCarthy, C’16
The 1 to 1 Movement: Sustainability, San Diego, CA-Sara McIntosh, C’15
Land Trust for Tennessee (ACE), Nashville, TN-Richard Milby, C’15
U.S. Representative Kurt Schrader (OR), Washington, DC-Larkin Parker, C’16
The Nature Conservancy of Alabama (ACE), Birmingham, AL-Jamie Pollard, C’14
Lincoln County (TN) General Sessions & Juvenile Court, Fayetteville, TN-Matthew Presley, C’15
Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress (ACE), Washington, DC-Grace Priest, C’15
Center for Immigration Studies (ACE), Washington, DC-Malcolm Richards, C’15
World Wildlife Fund (ACE), Washington, DC-Abigail Rowlands, C’14
World Affairs Council of Atlanta (ACE), Atlanta, GA-H. Chris Song, C’17
Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations (ACE), Washington, DC-Parker Stoker, C’14
United Nations: Resident Coordinator, Indonesia-Sam Taussig, C’15
Maryland Office of the Public Defender (Brad Peabody, Esq.) (ACE), Baltimore, MD-Andrew Thorson, C’15
United Nations: Permanent Mission of Rwanda, New York, NY-Benita Uruhisho, C’16
Somaly Mam Foundation, New York, NY-Lillie Belle Viebranz, C’15
U.S. Representative Bradley Byrne (AL), Washington, DC-Jane Wiley, C’15
Charleston County Courts (SC), Master in Equity (Judge Mikell Scarborough) (ACE), Charleston, SC-Hudson Worthy, C’16

ACE INTERNSHIPS

ACE (A Career Exploration) internships are sponsored by alumni, parents, and friends

FedBid, Inc., Vienna, VA-Conner Anderson, C’14
Daily Caller, Washington, DC-Ellie Barton, C’16
Institute for Humane Studies, Washington, DC-Frances Belk, C’15
Mewbourne Oil Company, Tyler, TX-Saer Brown, C’15
Sewanee Landscape Analysis Lab, Sewanee, TN-Ben Calder, C’14
Guarisco Gallery, Washington, DC-Elizabeth Cowgill, C’15
St. Matthew’s Cathedral, Dallas, TX-Ricca Dickens, C’15, Christopher Murphree, C’16, Matthew Tome, C’16
World Justice Project, Washington, DC-Maggie Dunlap, C’14
LifePaths Research Program, Sewanee, TN-Alex Evans, C’16, Petra Richer, C’16
Mercy Heritage Center: Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, Belmont, NC-Claire Forbes, C’15
Hope Institute / Friends of Canon Gideon Foundation, Uganda-Josie Glenn, C’15
Episcopal Diocese of West Texas: Mustang Island Conference Center & Camps, Corpus Christi, TX-Grace Gregory, C’16, Nikki Klug, C’15
Wiegand’s Victory Enterprises, Sewanee, TN-Ruth Guerra, C’16, Victoria Schnaufer, C’16
Duke University TIP (Talent Identification Program), Durham, NC-Rachel Harris, C’14
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Boca Raton, FL-Sylar Holmes, C’16
Dunbar Gardens, Chatham, MA-Emma Horgan, C’16
Andy Roddick Foundation, Austin, TX-Nelson Jetmundsen, C’16
Episcopal Diocese of West Texas: Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority, Seguin, TX-Jamie Kirchen, C’15, Jack Murray, C’16
Monticello, Charlottesville, VA-Charlotte LaNasa, C’16
Tennessee Dept. of Children’s Services, Tullahoma, TN-Revel Lannom
Audubon Mississippi, Holly Springs, MS-Gabrielle Marion, C’16
Pfeiffer Insurance (AFLAC), Las Vegas, NV-Connor Martens, C’16
North Star Destination Strategies, Nashville, TN-Henry Mentz, C’15
Chicago Sunday Evening Club, Chicago, IL-Mary Morrison, C’15
U.S. Dept. of Commerce: Economic Development Association, Washington, DC-Josh Nichols, C’14
American Action Forum, Washington, DC-Margaret Petersen, C’14
Sawyerville Day Camp, Greensboro, AL-Sarah Reeves, C’17, Parker Turner, C’17
Episcopal Diocese of West Texas: Camp Capers, Waring, TX-Christopher Riddleberger, C’15, Victoria Schnaufer, C’16
BrightHouse, Atlanta, GA-Lee Schurlknight, C’14
U.S. Congressman Scott DesJarlais (TN), Washington, DC-Carole Anne Spohn, C’14
Audubon Mississippi, Holly Springs, MS-Kristan Stockton, C’14
Indian Creek Timber, Nashville, TN-Kavanaugh Stokes, C’15
Hilb Group, Richmond, VA-Charles Warren, C’15
Cassidy & Associates, Washington, DC-Allie White, C’14
Dixon Hughes Goodman, CPA, Greenville, SC-Ashley Windrow, C’14
Clark Fork Coalition, Missoula, MT-Christopher Yeatman, C’15
Brennan & Wasden, LLP, Savannah, GA-Sam Yntema, C’16
Montana Community Development Corporation, Missoula, MT-Grey York, C’16

ACE MEDICAL INTERNSHIPS

Internships with alumni of the University in medical practices, research centers, or laboratories.  To read medical internship reports, please come by the Office of Career & Leadership Development.

Vanderbilt-Sewanee Undergraduate Research Experience Program (V-SURE), Nashville, TN-Elizabeth Beilharz, C’16, Abigail Bray, C’16
Dr. Linda Mayes: Yale University Child Study Center, New Haven, CT-Cortez Brown, C’16, James Carmichael, C’15, Aimee Chase, C’14, Jack Conrad, C’16, Hallie Crosby, C’16, Angelica DeFreitas, C’15, Simey Emerson, C’16, Olivia Glascoe, C’16, Christopher Horacek, C’16, Natalie Jones, C’14, Daxi Liang, C’15, Megan Mastey, C’16, Shelby Monahan, C’15, Colton Treadwell, C’16, Litton Whitaker, C’16
Dr. Paul Erwin: Center for Public Health Policy & Research, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN-Nathaniel Chapman, C’15
Ellen Hamilton, PT: Birmingham Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, Birmingham, AL-Elizabeth Eidson, C’17
Dr. Madison Michael: Semmes-Murphey Neurologic & Spine Institute, Memphis, TN-Emily Javadi, C’16
Cumberland Plateau Medical Clinics, Beersheba Springs and Winchester, TN-Eunbee Kim, C’15, Jacob Zalewski, C’16
Dr. Clark Files: Pulmonary & Critical Care, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC-Amy Lee, C’16
Dr. Joe DeLozier: DeLozier Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgery, Nashville, TN-Mary Beth Oglesby, C’15

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Summer 2013

Complete list of all 2013 University-funded summer internships

ART & ART HISTORY INTERNSHIPS

Funding to pursue internships in art or art history is provided by the Patrick-Smith and Powell Funds

BIEHL INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS

Awarded to students to do independent social science research in countries where the primary language is not English

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS INTERNSHIPS

Funding is generously provided through the Bank of America, Bing, Camp, Doherty, Francis, Lawrence, Probasco, Smith, Williams, and Wilson Funds

CAREER EXPLORATION INTERNSHIPS

Funding to pursue internships in any field is provided by the Boyd and Stephenson Funds

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES INTERNSHIPS

Support for research or work in Sewanee or beyond is generously provided by the Brewster, Fitzsimons, Jessie Ball DuPont, Lankewicz, Mellon, Sommer-Speck, and Thomas Funds

FUND FOR INNOVATIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING (FITL)

Students engaged in collaborative research with faculty in Sewanee during the summer with the following departments

McGRIFF-BRUTON MATHEMATICS & COMPUTER SCIENCE RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS

Collaborative research between students and Sewanee faculty from the Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science

RAOUL CONSERVATION INTERNSHIPS

Funding for student internships in hydrology, forestry, geology, geoarchaeology, or watershed management

SCIENCE RESEARCH INTERNSHIPS

Collaborative student-faculty science research projects are carried out through the generous support of the Beatty, Davis-Pinson, Greene, Physics, and Yeatman Funds, as well as external grants to support on-campus research assistantships

SERVICE & MINISTRY INTERNSHIPS

Students carry out internships in either service or non-profit spheres, and in vocational exploration in either church or church-related organizations, thanks to funding from the A.S. Sullivan Foundation Scholarship, Goldsmith-Bread for the World, and the Summer Discernment Institute Funds. Most students participate in two 4-day reflection retreats as part of their internship experience, through the Lilly Summer Discernment Institute.

TONYA PUBLIC AFFAIRS INTERNSHIPS

Funding for internships in one of the three branches of government or in public affairs

ACE INTERNSHIPS

ACE (A Career Exploration) internships are sponsored by alumni, parents, and friends

ACE MEDICAL INTERNSHIPS

Internships with alumni of the University in medical practices, research centers, or laboratories. To read medical internship reports, please come by the Office of Career & Leadership Development.

  • Dr. Clark Files: Pulmonary & Critical Care, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC-Sydney Philpott, C'15
  • Dr. Joe DeLozier : DeLozier Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgery, Nashville, TN (2)-Elizabeth Black, C'13, Maria Sidrys, C'14
  • Dr. Linda Mayes: Yale Child Study Center, New Haven, CT (15)-Ben Almassi, C'14, Channon Conner, C'14, Chris Daniell, C'14 Angelica De Freitas, C'15, Eleanor Ezell, C'13, Anna Carr Faurot, C'13, Natalie Jones, C'14, Elizabeth Lee, C'14, Daxi Liang, C'15, Stephanie Lussier, C'14, Willow Smith, C'14, Allison Stewart, C'13, Jaclyn Valadka, C'15, Marci Weber, C'13
  • Dr. Madison Michael: Semmes-Murphey Neurologic & Spine Institute, Memphis, TN-Eunbee Kim, C'15
  • Dr. Paul Erwin: Center for Public Health Policy & Research, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN-Elizabeth Sega, C'15
  • Vanderbilt-Sewanee Undergraduate Research Experience Program (V-SURE), Nashville, TN (2)-Hudson Robb, C'15, Luis Tinoco, C'15

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Summer 2012

Complete list of all 2012 University-funded summer internships

Arts Internships

Funding to pursue internships in art or art history is provided by the Patrick-Smith and Powell Funds

Biehl International Research Fellowships

A self-directed social science research fellowship conducted outside of the United States and other English speaking countries

Business and Economics Internships

Opportunities for business and economics experiences are available each summer through the generosity of the Wilson Fund, Smith Fund, Probasco Fund, Camp Fund, Bing Fund, and Bank of America

Career Exploration Internships

Funding to pursue internships in any field is provided by the Boyd and Stephenson Funds 

Environmental Studies Internships

Support for research or work in Sewanee or beyond is generously provided by the Brewster, Fitzsimons, Lankewicz, Leroy, Mellon, Sommer-Speck, and Thomas Funds

Fund for Innovative Teaching and Learning (FITL) Research Internship

Students engaged in collaborative work during the summer with the following faculty members in Sewanee