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Mainland Internship Short Course

June 18 - 24, 2007, University of California, Santa Cruz

The Intern Short Course is a multi-day activity which kicks-off the CfAO's Mainland Summer Research Internship Program. The short course is designed to:

  1. Give students an understanding of the structure and purpose of the CfAO and their role in it.
  2. Expose students to a variety of scientific content emphasizing the research areas of the Center for Adaptive Optics.
  3. Foster a sense of community among the interns that could carry through the summer across the different internship sites.
  4. Give students experience with research enviroments and practices such as developing questions, formulating hypotheses, and presenting results both orally and visually (via graphs and other figures).

In order to meet these goals, several activities have been designed for the interns to carry out during the orientation. The activities vary widely in content and scope, and are designed to complement and build upon each other.

Past Short Course Schedules
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

Planning Information (password protected)
2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

Last Modified: Jan 5, 2007 

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