Launch: Internships in Biology

The Launch internship program is a mechanism to allow undergraduate majors in the Department of Biological Sciences to receive biology course credit for internship experiences.

Internships provide real-world experience where students can apply what they learn in the classroom to future career options. Students with an approved internship can enroll in a 3-credit elective course (BIOL 4987: Applying the Internship Experience) that counts toward their degree.

 

 

Current and Past Launch Internships

  • Research Intern at the Blood Center of WI
  • Immunology Research Intern and Lab Intern at the Blood Research Institute
  • Project Manager - Patent Marketing with The Commons
  • Evaluating Hands-On Education at Discovery World
  • Junior Advisor at Global Health Coalition
  • Genetic Counselor Intern at MCW PURE
  • Toxicology Intern at Milwaukee Crime Lab
  • Intern at Milwaukee Public Health Laboratories
  • Animal Care and Training Intern at Oceans of Fun
  • Research Intern at Strong Microbials
  • Citizen Science and Research Intern at the Urban Ecology Center
  • Urban Farmer at Victory Garden Initiative

 

For more information about the Launch Internship Program, contact:

Application Questions:

Program Questions:

Kirsten Boeh
Launch Program Assistant

Wehr Life Sciences, 109
kirsten.boeh@marquette.edu

Dr. Martin St. Maurice
Launch Internship Coordinator

Wehr Life Sciences, 210A
martin.stmaurice@marquette.edu