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Maximizing Your Internship Experience Andy Frassetto
Conduct advanced, independent research.
Build connections with fellow earth scientists.
Receive early exposure to academia.
Investigate a potential graduate program.
Gain a head start on your thesis/dissertation.
Or, this could happen...
Lack focus and spiral into tangents. x x?
Neglect the big picture and broader view.
Fall under the spell of programming phobia.
Worry about a “dumb question” and refuse to ask it.
Experience a difficult adjustment to your summer home.
Consider these tips
Read the literature and understand the project.
Set goals and keep your project simple.
Invest in a quality programming manual.
Have transportation, and explore.
Communicate often and ask for help!
The Final Product
A memorable talk needs a direct and simple message.
A good poster requires clearly explained figures.
Why we need you!
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