Summer Internship Opportunity - University of Virginia
We’re looking forward to our fifth year of the Summer Undergraduate Research Program in Educational Psychology: Applied Developmental Science & Education Policy in Summer 2012. Our internship program is designed to encourage students from groups traditionally underrepresented in the field of education research to consider careers in academic, policy, or research organizations. We have had wonderful students participate over the past few years, all of whom came highly recommended by faculty such as you. These students have spent 8 weeks at UVA engaged in ongoing research projects in the education sciences under the mentorship of our faculty and graduate students and participating in workshops, lab meetings, conferences, and social events. We are writing now to request your help as we prepare for Summer 2012. Could you please let your colleagues and current 3^rd year students know about our program? Below is a description of our program, feel free to forward it to anyone who may be interested. If you have any questions about our programs or any suggestions of other ways to reach students at your institution, please let me know. We greatly appreciate your help and look forward to another successful summer. Sincerely, Christopher De La Cerda, Director Summer Undergraduate Research Program in EP-ADS & Education Policy Curry School of Education University of Virginia 405 Emmet St. PO Box 400277 Charlottesville, VA 22904 434-243-2021 ChristopherD@virginia.edu *Summer Undergraduate Research Program in* *Educational Psychology and Applied Developmental Science (EP-ADS) & Education Policy* *The Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia* This fully funded 8-week internship that is designed to encourage students from groups traditionally underrepresented in the field of education research to consider careers in academic, policy, or research organizations. Rising seniors are eligible for these paid research internships at UVA during Summer 2012. Interns will work with faculty on ongoing research focusing on schools, classrooms, and other youth settings as contexts critical to child and adolescent development. They will have the opportunity to collect and analyze data, write a section of a research paper, participate in research meetings, attend a research conference, and participate in related workshops and a GRE prep course. You can read more about our program and get the application form at http://curry.virginia.edu/SURP. The program is for students who will be entering their senior year in Fall 2012 and the *deadline for applications is 2/1/12*. Please contact Christopher De La Cerda, Program Director at CurrySURP@virginia.edu for more information.
Posted: November 18, 2011