Week 10:
Until Next Time, Colorado


Mansfield Foundation Fellow in Research (In memory of Merlin "Pat" Dreibelbis '39)

Children's Hospital Colorado | Aurora, Colorado

August 21, 2017 | Just like that, my internship is over. This week was a little slow as I finished up all my tasks and wrapped up my time at the Children’s Hospital. Thankfully, I was still able to fit in one last shadow while I was there. I shadowed Dr. Wilson on Tuesday. She is a sports medicine […]

Week 9:
My Last Week at Mayo


Wallman Fellow in Neurology & Medicine

Mayo Clinic | Rochester, Minnesota

August 18, 2017 | My last week at Mayo Clinic was bittersweet. I was very excited to be able to come home and spend time with my family before the start of my senior year (woah), but I am also so sad to leave Mayo. During my time here, I have met so many brilliant people, and have been […]

Week 11:
Creede Repertory


Slater Fellow in Arts Administration & Theatre

Creede Repertory Theatre | Creede, Colorado

August 15, 2017 | My internship is over and I don’t know what to say. I am currently on my way back home and then I am going back to Cornell immediately after. My last week was jam-packed with some great moments, including a last potluck get together with the wonderful ladies pictured below. My front of house crew […]

Week 9:
Intern Symposium and Manuscript Writing


Mansfield Foundation Fellow in Research (In memory of Merlin "Pat" Dreibelbis '39)

Children's Hospital Colorado | Aurora, Colorado

August 14, 2017 | This week was full of eventful experiences. Most of the interns finished up their time here at the Children’s Hospital. Myself and two others still have another week to complete, though. On Tuesday, we had the intern symposium. We had to prepare a presentation of our study and findings then present to the physicians and […]

Week #11:
Goodbye, Bears.


Black Fellow in Wildlife Research & Conservation

North American Bear Center | Ely, Minnesota

August 11, 2017 | They say to leave the best for last, and I think my biggest takeaway from this internship happened this week. It was the first and last mistake the interns made all summer during an enrichment/broadcast with Lucky.  I was the one speaking for the broadcast letting the people visiting at the center and online know […]

Week 10:
Friendship in the Theater


Slater Fellow in Arts Administration & Theatre

Creede Repertory Theatre | Creede, Colorado

August 8, 2017 | It’s getting closer to the end of my fellowship and I am getting sad! I am trying to make the most of my remaining time here by doing as much as possible. Creede, CO always has a bunch of things to do because it is a tourist town and because CRT creates events for it’s […]

Week 8:
The Data Entry is Finally Done


Mansfield Foundation Fellow in Research (In memory of Merlin "Pat" Dreibelbis '39)

Children's Hospital Colorado | Aurora, Colorado

August 8, 2017 | Week 8 was a big week for my project. I finally finished all the chart review and data entry! I still have work to do on the project, but we have to wait for an outside company to send us some essential opioid data. For now, I can start preparing for the presentation as well […]

Week 6:
Town Halls and Texts


Global Zero Fellow in Communication and International Policy

Global Zero | Washington, D.C.

August 8, 2017 | This week I was well schooled in the doctrine, “hurry up and wait.” For those of you who have yet to experience this lovely adage it is the act of doing a lot of work for a specific deadline, only to then have to wait for the action due to come about as a result […]

Week 9:
See you later, Iowa City!


Arthur Vining Davis Fellow in Clinical Research

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics | Iowa City, Iowa

August 7, 2017 | This week led off with the opportunity to shadow a physician’s assistant. I decided it would be important for me to see another healthcare career. Physcian’s assistant is a career I have not explored much yet, but could be something I am interested in. So, I followed a PA in urology (I also have interest […]

Week 8:
A Happy Heart


Wallman Fellow in Neurology & Medicine

Mayo Clinic | Rochester, Minnesota

August 7, 2017 | At the beginning of last week I had the opportunity to shadow Dr. Chareonthaitawee on the ischemic service. I learned about the different types of heart attacks and how they are approached when treating them in the hospital. Severe heart disease is typically treated with triple therapy anticoagulation and angioplasty. Angioplasty is an invasive procedure […]

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