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

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, 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 the 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.

 

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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

Lilly Summer Discernment Institute Internships

The Lilly Summer Discernment Institute allows students to develop internships of vocational exploration in either church or church-related organizations, or within service and non-profit spheres.

McGriff-Bruton Math & Computer Science
Raoul Conservation Internships

Students work with faculty to investigate topics in hydrology, forestry, geology, geoarchaeology, and watershed management

Science Research Internships

Collaborative student-faculty science research projects are carried out primarily on the Sewanee campus through the generous support of the Beatty, Greene, Physics, and Yeatman Funds

Tonya Public Affairs

Funding for internships in government and public affairs

ACE (A Career Exploration) Internships

Internship opportunities, in any field, paid for by alu​mni, parents, or friends of the University

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.

  • Yale University Child Study Center (Dr. Linda Mayes), New Haven, CT-Anna Alikhani, C’14, Shelby Bartlett, C’12, Mimi Boggs, C’14, Cortney Booth, C’12, Chris Daniell, C’14, Alexandra Diaz, C’12, Anna Carr Faurot, C’13, Katherine Freeman, C’12, Meg Gardner, C’13, Hali Gipson, C’13, M. Haley Shepherd, C’13, Caitlin Sneeden, C’13, Alex Soare, C’13, Taylor Stavely, C’13, Luca Koritsansky, C'12, Joyce Kuik, C'12
  • Vanderbilt Eye Institute (Dr. John Penn), Nashville, TN-Samuel Grenfell-Dexter, C'13
  • Harpeth Valley Animal Hospital (Dr. Todd Hurst), Nashville, TN-Samantha Hutton, C'13
  • Wake Forest School of Medicine: Pulmonary & Critical Care (Dr. D. Clark Files), Winston-Salem, NC-Stephanie Lussier, C'14
  • Semmes-Murphey Neurologic & Spine Institute (Dr. L. Madison Michael), Memphis, TN-Trevor Marquand, C'13
  • Center for Public Health Policy & Research, University of Tennessee (Dr. Paul Erwin), Knoxville, TN-Wilson Nealy, C'12
  • EyeCare Associates (Dr. John Walters), Madison, AL-Patrick Platzer, C'12
  • Delozier & Robbins Reconstructive Surgery & Cosmetic Surgery (Dr. Joseph DeLozier and Dr. Chad Robbins), Nasvhille, TN-G. Malcolm Taylor, C'13

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Summer 2011

Internships at a glance

Arts Internships
Biehl  International Research Internships

A self-directed social science research internship conducted outside o<