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GRAD > GERON GR > 798

Internship in Gerontology

Description:
Students participate in policy research or policy analysis of aging-related issues in various settings, including but not limited to government agencies, research institutes at other universities, and nonprofit organizations. Each internship is supervised by a faculty member. Students receive credit on the basis of a paper that reflects the substantive work accomplished through the internship and/or the general knowledge gained through the internship about policy research or policy analysis. Students may register for this course as often as they like but may apply no more than 3 credits toward their degree.

Offered in:

2015 Fall

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01 1194 - Dugan,Elizabeth More Info

2015 Fall

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01 1194 - Dugan,Elizabeth More Info

2015 Spring

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01 1266 - Miller,Edward Alan More Info
02 13909 - Burr,Jeffrey A More Info
03 13910 - Mutchler,Jan E More Info
04 13911 - Szinovacz,Maximiliane E More Info
05 13912 - Boerner,Kathrin More Info
06 13913 - Nadash,Pamela More Info
07 13914 - Porell,Frank W More Info
08 13915 - Dugan,Elizabeth More Info

2015 Spring

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01 1266 - Miller,Edward Alan More Info
02 13909 - Burr,Jeffrey A More Info
03 13910 - Mutchler,Jan E More Info
04 13911 - Szinovacz,Maximiliane E More Info
05 13912 - Boerner,Kathrin More Info
06 13913 - Nadash,Pamela More Info
07 13914 - Porell,Frank W More Info
08 13915 - Dugan,Elizabeth More Info