Internships are available in a wide area of the biological and medical sciences. Information on internships is available from the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies. Lists of internship positions are published twice a year by the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies.
Applications are accepted in early November and mid-March from students who will be juniors or seniors in the following semester.
Students accepted for internships must select a faculty advisor from the field of study that the internship encompasses or enroll in one of the internship seminars offered through the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies. The internship is considered as one of the student's four academic courses and receives credit accordingly, but does not count toward the biology major.