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GENERAL UT UNDERGRADUATE INFORMATION
|Guidelines for Internships and Internships Reports|
Every student who majors in either Environmental Studies (ENST) or Environmental Sciences (ENSC) is required to perform an internship. The internship must consist of at least 100 hours spent in an environment-related activity at a location approved in advance by Dr. Sigler (describe the internship in an email). A wide range of activities are acceptable, including (but not restricted to) work at an environmental consulting firm, government agency, private industry, non-governmental organization, research laboratory, or research center.
NOTE: The department does not have a placement system. Each student is responsible for procuring his or her own internship, although feel free to ask relevant faculty for their input about internship ideas.
Once completed, students are required to submit to Dr. Sigler:
Two types of internship are available:
|The Final Report|
The final report must be submitted to Dr. Sigler before a student can graduate. The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics will not clear a student for graduation until the registrar is informed that the internship has been completed and the report received.
IMPORTANT: Final reports that do not include the student's Rocket Number and major (BIOL, BIOM, ENSC or ENST) will not be accepted.
The final report should, at a minimum, include the student’s description of the activities performed, examples of any data or other information gathered, an assessment of new knowledge gained, and should address specifically the following questions:
Students are strongly encouraged to keep a daily journal of their experiences during the internship period. This diary will prove invaluable in the preparation of the final internship report.
|Memo from the Internship Sponsor|
A memo confirming that the student completed at least 100 hours of internship activities must be sent from the internship supervisor to Dr. Sigler. An email is fine.
Send your final report and have your sponsor letter sent to:
Phone: (419) 530-2897