Biochemistry and Molecular BiologySupervisor: Ann Kimble-Hill (office)
- Internship Location:
- Dress Code:
- Business casual
- Majors Preferred:
Biotechnology, Computer and Information Science , Education, Health Information Administration, Health Sciences, Health Services Management, Informatics, Medical Humanities and Health Studies, Psychology, Public Health, Social Work, Sociology
- Hours per week:
- Flexible based on student needs
- Flexible within regular work hours
- Research in diversifying the biomedical workforce. The research associated with this project will look to determine best practices for furthering a diverse biomedical workforce. Students will look at questions from best practices in training/preparing undergraduates and post-baccalaureate student populations through the faculty recruitment process.
- Internship Duties:
- Conduct literature reviews from peer-reviewed journals; collect data from available on-campus and public databases; design and implement survey tools; perform data entry and code survey results; analyze results of surveys and databases for trends.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Outlook. Ability to use database and/or statistical software a plus. Students with knowledge of diversity practices and literature also a plus.