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  • Students, University of Cincinnati
    of interest These people can be valuable resources to you in the future as employers references and mentors Academic internships provide all of the benefits of a regular internship as well as allow you to earn academic credit towards your degree and create a record of your experience on your academic transcript Top How to find an internship There are many resources on campus to help you find the ideal position However you must take some initiative to contact the company apply for and interview for the position and then ultimately to get the position In addition to your own contacts in the community and faculty members some additional resources that may help you are Internship Director Internship Contacts Career Development Center Top How to receive credit for your internship In order to earn credit for your internship you will need to work with the internship coordinator in your academic department It is important that you meet with these people before you start your internship Each department has different requirements that you need to complete in order to get credit for your work You will also need to register for the internship course within your department to receive academic credit Top What the credit you receive counts toward Your credits may be counted in a number of different ways depending on your department Some departments will count the internship credits towards major credits including required research or practicum work while others may count it as elective credit Check with your department to see how your credits will be counted Top Can I get paid for my internship and still receive credit for it There is no college policy that prohibits you from receiving financial compensation in addition to receiving credit for your internship work However some departments do have policies

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/students/undergrad/real_world_experience/internships/students.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Faculty, University of Cincinnati
    accumulate a minimum number of credits in their major prior to participation Top Academic Credit FAQ How does the student earn academic credit The department needs to assign a unique course number to the academic internship experience A department faculty member should be assigned to the program class Students will then register for this course and complete the required work in order to earn academic credit What does the student need to accomplish to earn credit for the experience The academic internship experience should extend beyond the out of class work experience There should be learning objectives and a manner to measure the outcomes of the experience a method for reporting about the experience and a synthesis of the experience and prior learning Measuring learning objectives can occur through a standard format for each student or you could create an individualized learning agreement for each student to meet his her needs Some examples of reporting methods and synthesis projects are through weekly journal entries a culminating paper or presentation or some other assignment agreed to by the department In addition there should be an evaluation completed by the participating student and the employer to ensure that both were satisfied with the experience and to help the program grow Contact Marla Hall for more information or examples How many credits can the student earn for an academic internship experience Generally a student will earn 3 credit hours for an internship that requires 8 12 hours of work a week over a 14 15 week semester The department can decide how this credit will be counted toward credit in the major versus as elective credit How many times can a student participate in academic internships and receive credit This is a departmental decision and depends on how the credit is awarded to the student Some departments allow students to earn credit for three separate internship experiences however only the first 3 credit hours will count toward major credit the remaining credit hours will be counted as elective credit Another department allows students to earn up to 12 credit hours in experiential learning courses this includes experiences such as undergraduate research and teaching assistant positions field work and internships Is there a limit to how many credits aside from the academic internship experience the student can be enrolled for There is not a limit on how many credits a student may be enrolled for during the time of his her internship unless specified by department However it is recommended that students be mindful of their time commitment to the organization they are interning with It is recommended that students be registered for no more than 15 additional credit hours while completing the internship Should there be class meetings for academic internships This is a departmental decision However it is recommended that there be at least 2 3 class meetings and or individual meetings between the faculty member and the students These meetings classes should be used to 1 Discuss expectations on the part

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  • Alumni, University of Cincinnati
    time employees do Give them projects that they can work on while they are there utilize them on short term ad hoc committees invite them into office staff meetings as appropriate Most departments also ask that you provide some form of evaluation of the student s performance while working at your company This may be completed in a number of different ways depending on what department the student is registered for the internship through Some methods of evaluation are through periodic phone calls end of the term evaluations forms or through a letter that could be placed in the student s portfolio or used as a letter of reference for the student in the future More information on supervising interns Top Advantages of Hiring an intern from McMicken College of Arts and Sciences There are many reasons that you should hire an intern from McMicken College of Arts and Sciences First students who participate in the academic internship program are working with a faculty supervisor and are registered for academic credit as part of this experience This means that they are not only accountable to you but also to our faculty for their work More information on hiring interns In addition to this increased accountability our students have a broad based curriculum as part of their education McMicken students select an academic focus major as do all other university students but they are also required to take courses from a variety of fields within the college thus creating a well developed balanced education for the student McMicken students have proven their ability to learn in a variety of areas and settings and can pull from these experiences to help you and your business Top Information about paying interns While we hope that you can provide some financial compensation for interns in your business this is not a requirement Our primary goal is to find opportunities for students to gain experience meet professionals in the field and to earn academic credit If you do choose to compensate your interns there are a couple of different methods you could use There is no minimum or maximum salary required for internship opportunities Salaries tend to range from minimum wage to 15 00 hour Some companies offer a monthly stipend while others may only be able to provide free parking or lunches for the intern If you are a non profit organization you may be eligible to hire a student for an internship through the Federal Work Study program at a reduced rate for your organization For more information about this opportunity and to find out if you are eligible to participate contact Michelle Norflee Top Selecting students We prefer that you interview a few interested students and select the one that best fits your needs as you would for any position that you were filling This is advantageous to both you and the student You can ensure that you are getting students who understand your needs and have the skills and experience that

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/students/undergrad/real_world_experience/internships/alumni.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Internship Departmental Contacts, University of Cincinnati
    Minors Certificates 3 Year Programs Pre Professional Tracks 4 1 Programs bachelor s master s Master s Degrees Doctoral Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Students Apply Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Apply Undergraduate Students Academic Policies Admissions Advising Transfer Students Academics Online Forms Real World Experience research Internships Students Faculty Alumni Campus Support Services Ambassadors STEER Pr1ze Tribunal Graduate Students SOCIAL MEDIA Get Connected with McMicken Facebook Twitter YouTube RSS Feed Internship Departmental Contacts Africana Studies Ed Wallace Anthropology Heather Norton Asian Studies Dennis O Neill Biology Ed Griff Chemistry Bruce Ault Classics ProPel Brodie Theis Communication Maribeth Metzler English Maria Romagnoli Environmental Studies Paula Breslin Geography Changjoo Kim Geology Krista Smilek German Studies Jennifer Kelley History Fritz Casey Leininger Jason Krupar International Affairs ProPel Brodie Theis Journalism Rob Jonason Judaic Studies Matthew Kraus Math Mihaela Poplicher Joanna Mitro Neuroscience Ilya Vilinsky Org Leadership Lisa Smith Philosophy Peter

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  • Undergraduate Programs, University of Cincinnati
    Programs Degrees Majors Minors Certificates 3 Year Programs Pre Professional Tracks 4 1 Programs bachelor s master s Master s Degrees Doctoral Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Students Apply Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Department of Geography Faculty and Staff Graduate Program Undergraduate Programs Capstone Requirements Departmental Advising Career Opportunities Yucatan Trip GeoCats Student Group GIS Certificate Program Research Colloquium About the Department Alumni and Friends Giving Geography Hire 1 Geography Hire 2 Undergraduate Programs Major Geography Majors BA Semesters Environmental Human Urban Economic Geography Majors BS Semesters Environmental GIS Remote Sensing Capstone Requirements Course Listings College Requirements Gen Ed Requirements UC SYSU 2 2 Program contact UG director Minor and Certificate Program Geography Minor Geographic Information Sciences Certificate Student Group GeoCats Geography Club Advising Departmental Advising College Advising Special Opportunities Career Opportunities Yucatan Trip Research Opportunities Scholarships Fellowships Council on Undergraduate Research CUR UC Undergraduate Research Office

    Original URL path: http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/geography/undergraduate-programs.html (2015-11-11)
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  • Research Experiences for Undergraduates, University of Cincinnati
    week program On campus housing and meals included Enjoyable social program Simple web based application Click here to apply Deadline for application February 28 2015 or until positions are filled Program Director Professor Anna Gudmundsdottir Email Anna Gudmundsdottir uc edu Tel 513 556 2280 Administrative Coordinator Ms Kim Carey Email kim carey uc edu Tel 513 556 0293 Mailing Address REU Program Department of Chemistry University of Cincinnati P O Box 210172 Cincinnati OH 45221 0172 Program Description The REU program in Chemistry has two important focal points research and the development of the research skills of our REU students and the educational development of our REU students as emerging professionals Students accepted into our REU program will experience the excitement and challenges of conducting research while developing as independent scientists Each student will have close contact with a faculty mentor in their general area of interest as an important means of achieving this goal They will also benefit from interacting with other research group members including graduate students who are similar in age and background The laboratory projects that are available to our students span a broad spectrum of research in chemistry Each project has been designed to obtain tangible results within the ten week summer session At the same time our projects are sufficiently open ended so that our students may pursue additional aspects as time permits We also encourage publication of our students results many of our prior students have co authored publications and made presentations at national meetings as a result of their summer research here Below is a link to the participating faculty in the program as well as their research interests and planned projects Our second goal is to contribute to the educational and professional development of the students accepted into our program An important aspect will be a discussion series that will cover a range of topics of importance in an informal atmosphere There will be two sessions each week held as lunch workshops when our students would normally be taking a lunch break to minimize disruption to research These discussion sessions will focus on topics ranging from research skills to professional development skills to broad issues of importance in research Review an outline of the planned discussion sessions for the year In all of these active participation by our REU students will be strongly encouraged The summer will conclude with a poster session highlighting the activities and results of our REU students with faculty and graduate students from throughout the department in attendance The student making the best poster presentation will receive the John J Alexander prize consisting of a plaque and monetary award A stipend of 5 000 will be awarded to each of the students in the program paid in three installments during the summer In addition we will provide housing and meals on campus at the University of Cincinnati for our REU students Some travel support to and from Cincinnati will be available as will some funds for travel

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  • A&S Departmental Advisors (Major & Minor Advising), University of Cincinnati
    uc edu 6 3732 German Studies 733 Old Chemistry Dr Jennifer Kelley Thierman 6 0175 jennifer kelley thierman uc edu 6 2752 History 360 McMicken Hall Dr Jason Krupar 6 3021 Prof Vanessa Walker 6 5102 jason krupar uc edu vanessa walker uc edu 6 2144 Interdisciplinary Studies 53A McMicken Hall Cynthia Ris 6 6667 cynthia ris uc edu 6 6667 International Affairs 1110 Crosley Tower Dr Dinshaw Mistry 6 3317 Non Seniors studying ARAB CHIN or JAPN Dr Laura Jenkins 6 3308 Non Seniors studying FREN or SPAN Intl Human Rights Cert Dr Gwen Arnold 6 3302 Non seniors studying GRMN HEBR ITAL or other language Dr Ivan Ivanov 6 3318 All Seniors Security Studies Cert dinshaw mistry uc edu laura jenkins uc edu gwendolyn arnold uc edu ivan ivanov uc edu N A Journalism 22 McMicken Hall Jenny Wohlfarth 6 0934 new transfer majors and magazine track students Bob Jonason 6 0768 internships and certificates Sean Hughes 6 1311 photojournalism track students Len Penix 6 5978 news track students jenny wohlfarth uc edu robert jonason uc edu sean hughes uc edu leonard penix uc edu N A Judaic Studies 4125 French Hall West Dr Matthew Kraus 6 2298 Majors Minors Office is 3508 FHW matthew kraus uc edu 6 2297 Liberal Arts 2441 French Hall West Craig Schmitt Call 6 5860 to schedule appt craig schmitt uc edu 6 5860 Mathematical Sciences 4199 French Hall West Advisors for majors assigned by name in list on the Math Department s Blackboard Org Dr Mihaela Poplicher 6 1223 Minors MPT issues Dr Pat McSwiggen 6 4055 Qs re developmental math add slips Prof Sandy Blincoe 6 4076 MATH0039 Prof Mary Schuster 6 4072 Adding students to the Math Placement Test Org mihaela poplicher uc edu pat mcswiggen uc edu blincosh

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  • Faculty & Staff By Last Name, University of Cincinnati
    Programs Pre Professional Tracks 4 1 Programs bachelor s master s Master s Degrees Doctoral Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Students Apply Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Staff by Department Faculty Staff By Last Name Departments Directors McMicken Office of the Dean Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources SOCIAL MEDIA Get Connected with McMicken Facebook Twitter YouTube RSS Feed Faculty Staff By Last Name Carol S Wissman Title Asst Academic Director Office 2420 French Hall Tel 513 556 5860 Email carol wissman uc edu I graduated twice from the University of Cincinnati from University College and also from the College of Education where I received my M A in Community Counseling I am also an adjunct professor with the Psychology Department and have been teaching various psychology classes since 1996 I currently work in the

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