I am Stephen Thomson, a senior international studies major. For three weeks in July, I traveled to Costa Rica to volunteer at two locations. The first was for a special type of elementary school focusing on child development via education and nutrition called the Fundación DEHVI. DEHVI is an acronym […]
Travel along as fellowship students pursue research, language study, internships, volunteer work and teacher training. This travel is sponsored by the Office of Competitive Fellowships, in conjunction with the President’s Office.
By Rachel Keifer, C’20 In support of my goal to attend veterinary school after graduation and with the support of the Office of Competitive Fellowships, this summer I hopped on a plane to Central America to spend a week serving alongside Christian Veterinary Mission (CVM). My understanding of a career in veterinary […]
Remembering Our History: Elizabeth Boyle’s Internship at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum
By Elizabeth Boyle, C’19 This summer, I was given the unique opportunity to intern with the National September 11 Memorial & Museum as an oral history intern. For those of you who aren’t particularly familiar with the concept of oral history, the Oral History Association defines it as “a field […]
The Mount’s high achieving fellowship students are pursuing research, language study, internships, volunteer work and teacher training this summer in locations from New York City to Memphis to San Juan, Puerto Rico. Two students headed to Central America. Rachel Keifer traveled to Nicaragua with the Christian Veterinary Mission for international […]
My name is Veronica Balick, and I am going into my junior year at the Mount. This summer, I have had the incredible opportunity of performing cancer research at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. My research is focused in immunology, one of the most exciting and fastest-growing […]