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Pre-Med Student ‘Takes 5’ to Appreciate Art

Billal Masood spent the spring semester working at the MET through Rochester’s Art NY program

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Summer Plans Series: Ansley ’14 Grows by Leaps and Bounds

By Rei Ramos ’15 University Communications Working as a summer intern is not always all fun and games. However, according to Emily Ansley ’14, employment at LeapFrog Enterprises comes with quite a few perks. A developer and manufacturer of technology-based learning products for children, the company incorporates innovations in software to create educational toys for […]

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A Vision Scientist In The Making

BCS major and current senior Aaron Levi contributes to vision research at the Flaum Eye Institute

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We’re Not So Different You and I

Student internships demonstrate personal spirit of congressional campaigns and student government

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Nate Mulberg: Focused on Sports Broadcasting

Nate Mulberg ’14 is building a résumé focused on sports broadcasting experience he hopes will eventually lead to a position as the host of his own sports radio talk show

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Encoding Secrets in Mathematics: Junior hired as an intern at the NSA

Junior Sean Al-Gattas was recently hired to spend the summer working at the NSA headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland

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Internship Leads to Career Ambition for Rochester Senior

Jonathan Grima, a pre-med neuroscience major, is not only doing a Take 5 year in environmental economics, he also is completing a senior thesis using research from his continued work in a URMC neuroscience lab

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Spend Summer on Campus with Sustainability Research Internships

Applications for environmental/sustainability research internships are due March 7 and provide students with a $1,000 stipend and free campus housing for June & July

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Political Science Turns Practical: Sophomore Works as Intern at UN

Sophomore Lendsey Achudi spends half her week working as an intern in the United Nations Headquarters in New York City

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Joe Eckert ’12: ‘Networking is most important’

After turning a series of successful internships into a job offer at J.P. Morgan, student offers words of wisdom to his peers

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