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Accounting & Business Administration

Contact: Ann Selk
Office Location: Wood Hall 460
Office Phone: (920) 465-2756 |  Department Phone: (920) 465-2051
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Minimum 2.75 GPA for Accounting internships; 2.5 GPA for Business Administration internships. Junior or Senior standing, and Accounting or Business Administration major.  Accounting majors must have completed Intermediate Accounting.

Procedures for Participation: Contact Ann Selk as soon as possible, preferably at least the semester prior to when the internship is to begin.

Accounting and Business Administration internship credits count toward degree requirements as upper-level electives only.  All Accounting and Business Administration internships are graded on a pass/no-credit basis.

   

Art

Contact: Allison Gates
Office Location: Studio Arts 231
Office Phone: (920) 465-2597  |  Department Phone: (920) 465-2348
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.

Arts Management

Contact:  Ellen Rosewall
Office Location: Theatre Hall 391
Department Phone: (920) 465-2673
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.


Biology

Contact: Brian Merkel
Office Location: LS 409
Department Phone: (920) 465-2262
Department Website

General Academic Requirements:
Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation: Contact faculty for procedures.
 

Chemistry

Contact: John Lyon
Office Location: LS 438
Office Phone: (920) 465-2266
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.

Communication

Contact: Danielle Bina
Office Location:
MAC-C 332
Office Phone:
(920) 465-2875  |  Department Phone: (920) 465-2324
Department Website


General Academic Requirements and Procedures:  Communication Major/Minor, supporting Communication course requirements fulfilled with a 3.0 GPA in the major/minor COMM courses. Consult the Communication program website or contact faculty for procedures.


Computer Science
Contact: Peter Breznay
Office Location: MAC -C308
Department Phone: (920) 465-2170
Department Website
Note: Any of the current Computer Science faculty can be contacted regarding Computer Science internships.


General Academic Requirements:  Typical requirements include Junior standing, B average or better, at least two semesters programming experience, good oral and writing skills, and (sometimes) experience in any number of specific software packages.

Procedures for Participation - General:  You must get a list of job expectations and requirements. Intern supervisor must agree to provide a written evaluation of your work. You must also provide a written and oral presentation to the faculty supervisor. Anything else depends on the particular internship.

Procedures for Participation - Computer Science:   An internship, capstone, or honors project is required of all students majoring in Computer Science.  Internships are acquired by:
  • faculty being contacted by sponsoring organization,
  • your initiative in developing an internship opportunity,
  • faculty initiative.
Spend approximately 125 hours over the duration of the internship. You must produce major examples of work accomplished.

Although an internship can range from 3 to 12 credits, a maximum of 3 credits will count toward the upper level requirements for the Computer Science or Information Sciences majors.

Democracy & Justice Studies

Contact: Alison Staudinger
Office Location: MAC A317
Department Phone: (920) 465-2355
Department Website


General Academic Requirements:
  Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.


Design Arts
Contact:  Jeff Benzow  
Office Location: Studio Arts 225
Department Phone: (920) 465-2348
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Completion of Design 332 with a minimum B grade.  3.0 in the major.  Junior Standing.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.

Economics
Contact: Thomas Nesslein
Office Location: Mary Ann Cofrin-B311
Office Phone: (920) 465-2099  |  Department Phone: (920) 465-2355
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.
 

Education and Student Teaching

Coordinator of Student Teaching & Internships: Lynne Kimball
Office Location: Wood Hall 430B
Office Phone: (920) 465-2835  |  Department Phone: (920) 465-2137
Department Website

General Academic Requirements:
Must be admitted to the UW-Green Bay Education Program and be qualified to do student teaching. Minimum GPA required:
  • 2.75 for Student Teaching and a minimum of 100 hours of program approved field/clinical experiences through UW-Green Bay program courses.
  • 3.0 for Internship and a minimum of 150 hours of program approved field/clinical experiences through program courses.

Procedures for Participation:  Individual school districts establish internships through the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction in specific academic areas. Students who are interested in applying for an internship should contact the Professional Program in Education.  Names of interested students will be forwarded to the school district(s) and the student may be contacted for an interview.  If chosen for an internship, the student will also apply for a Wisconsin intern license. Application information is available from the Professional Program in Education. 

Education internships receive 12 credits toward degree requirements.

Fees:  There is a $250 internship application fee and $50 internship license fee.


English
Contact: Hye-Kyung Kim
Office Location: Theatre Hall 379
Department Phone: (920) 465-2348
Department Website

General Academic Requirements and Procedures:  Contact faculty for specific requirements and procedures.

English internship credits count toward degree requirements.


Environmental Policy & Planning

Internship Coordinator for PEA : Laurel Phoenix
Office Location: MAC B331
Office Phone: (920) 465-2402  |  Department Phone: (920) 465-2355
Department Website


General Academic Requirements:
Completion of 3 courses in the appropriate major.

Procedures for Participation:
  1. 2.75 GPA
  2. For each credit, the student must complete 45-50 hours of internship activity including: research, preparing reports, and consultations with advisors.
  3. The internship must be jointly supervised by organizational and faculty advisors.
  4. An internship contract must be developed no later than two weeks after the beginning of the semester.
  5. A final report, prepared by the intern, will describe: the project and objectives, the intern's role, the progress of the project, and personal lessons learned.

Grades will be determined by the UW-Green Bay advisor in consultation with the organizational advisor and will be based on work performance and the final report.

 

Environmental Science

Contact: John Katers
Office Location: Env. Science 317
Department Phone: (920) 465-2371
Department Website

 

General Academic Requirements:  Students are expected to participate in internship activities an average of 3 hours per week throughout a regular semester; i.e. approximately 45 hours, for each credit associated with the internship.

Procedures for Participation:  Typically, the company or group sponsoring the internship makes contact with an appropriate faculty member. The goals and requirements of the internship are laid out, made available to students and interested students talk to the company regarding the internship need.  The company makes the intern selection. It is also possible that a student would make initial contact with an internship sponsor.


Currently Environmental Science internship credits do not count toward the major in Environmental Science.
 

First Nations Studies

Contact: Lisa Poupart
Office Location: WH 420
Office Phone: (920) 465-2185  |  Department Phone: (920) 465-2937
Department Website

General Academic Requirements:
Internships in First Nations Studies (FNS) requires a students to be in the FNS major or minor and be junior or senior status.

Procedures for Participation: Contact faculty for procedures.

French and Francophone Studies

Contact: E. Nicole Meyer
Office Location: Studio Arts 265
Office Phone: (920) 465-2098  |  Department Phone: (920) 465-2348
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Good to very good proficiency, usually sophomore through senior standing. (Freshman standing if French 225 or above level of French is attained.)

Procedures for Participation:  Contact professor during the first week of the semester before internship orientation meetings.
 

Geography

ContactLaurel Phoenix
Office Location: Mary Ann Cofrin-B 331
Department Phone: (920) 465-2355
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.

Geoscience

Contact: Steve Meyer
Office Location: LS 446
Department Phone: (920) 465-5139
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Junior standing and successful completion of Geoscience 222 and Environmental Science 325.

Procedures for Participation:  Arrangement can be made with one of the local television station meteorologists for an internship in television/broadcast meteorology. Students learn to assemble a weather forecast within the constraints imposed by broadcast schedule. Intended for students interested in TV meteorology as a career.

Earth Science internship credits count toward degree requirements.

German

Contact: Jennifer Ham
Office Location: Theatre Hall 385
Office Phone: (920) 465-2461
Contact: David Coury
Office Location: Theatre Hall 331
Office Phone: (920) 465-2097
Department Phone: (920) 465-2348
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Good to very good proficiency, usually junior or senior standing.

Procedures for Participation:   Contact professor during the prior semester to register or at the latest during the first week of the semester before internship orientation meetings.

German internship credits count toward degree requirements.   Internship credits will count toward graduation credits but not toward the major or minor.
 

History

Contact: Jennifer Ham
Office Location: Theatre Hall 385
Department Phone: (920) 465-2348
Department Website


General Academic Requirements:
  Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.

Human Biology

Contact: Warren Johnson
Office Location: LS 451
Department Phone: (920) 465-2681
Department Website

General Academic Requirements:
Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation: Contact faculty for procedures.

Human Development and Psychology

Department Location: MAC C310  |  Department Phone: (920) 465-2368
Human Development Website
Psychology Website

Humanistic Studies

Contact: Jennifer Ham
Office Location: Theatre Hall 385
Department Phone: (920) 465-2348
Department Website

A thorough description of the procedure for registering and requirements are listed on the Humanistic Studies Homepage under "Internships". Humanistic Studies internship credits count toward the major and minor.”

Individual Major

NOTE: Due to the nature of an Individualized Major, students need to connect with their faculty advisor regarding Internships. Contact the Associate Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at (920) 2274

Information Sciences
Contact: Clifford Abbott
Office Location: MAC -C338
Department Phone: (920) 465-2368
Department Website


General Academic Requirements:  Typical requirements include Junior standing, B average or better, at least two semesters programming experience, good oral and writing skills, and (sometimes) experience in any number of specific software packages.

Procedures for Participation - General:  You must get a list of job expectations and requirements. Intern supervisor must agree to provide a written evaluation of your work. You must also provide a written and oral presentation to the faculty supervisor. Anything else depends on the particular internship.

Procedures for Participation - Information Sciences: An internship or practicum project is required of all students majoring in Information Sciences.   Internships are acquired by:
  • faculty being contacted by sponsoring organization,
  • your initiative in developing an internship opportunity,
  • faculty initiative.
Spend approximately 125 hours over the duration of the internship. You must produce major examples of work accomplished.

Although an internship can range from 3 to 12 credits, a maximum of 3 credits will count toward the upper level requirements for the  Information Sciences majors.

Integrative Leadership Studies (formerly Interdisciplinary Studies)

Contact: Lynn Brandt
Office Location: Cofrin Library 206
Department Phone: (920) 465-2423
Department Website

General Academic Requirements and
Procedures for Participation:  Contact Lynn Brandt.

International Education

Contact: Kristy Aoki
Office Location: Cofrin Library 207
Office Phone: (920) 465-5164  |  Department Phone: (920) 465-2190
Office of International Education Website


General Academic Requirements: 
Contact Office of International Education.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact Office of International Education.
 

Mathematics

ContactTian-You Hu
Office Location: ES 323J
Department Phone: (920) 465-2173
Department Website

General Academic Requirements:  Students are expected to participate in internship activities an average of 3 hours per week throughout a regular semester; i.e. approximately 45 hours, for each credit associated with the internship.

Procedures for Participation: 
Typically, the company or group sponsoring the internship makes contact with an appropriate faculty member. The goals and requirements of the internship are laid out, made available to students and interested students talk to the company regarding the internship need.  The company makes the intern selection. It is also possible that a student would make initial contact with an internship sponsor.

Mathematics internship credits may count toward degree requirements by special consent.   While internships are not part of the degree program, there have been times when the material covered in the internship has been at the level that allows the granting of upper division elective credit in the major.

Music

Contact: Cheryl Grosso
Office Location: Studio Arts 155
Department Phone: (920) 465-2348
Department Website

General Academic Requirements:
Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.

Nutritional Science & Dietetics (Undergraduate)

Contact: Sara Schmitz
Office Location: LS 423
Office Phone: (920) 465-2332  |  Department Phone: (920) 465-2681

General Academic Requirements:
Students who have completed foundation courses in Nutritional Sciences, and who have completed the upper level courses which are appropriate to the specific internship are eligible to apply. Minimum GPA of 2.5 is required. Each internship is individually arranged by the student in consultation with a Nutritional Sciences advisor and an off-campus supervisor.

Procedures for Participation: Contact your faculty advisor to initiate an internship.

Nutritional Sciences internship credits count toward degree requirements.
Credit of 1-3 upper level Nutritional Sciences credits will be assigned. The credits can constitute a very important component of your major. However, they will not replace required core courses.

Philosophy

Contact: Hye-Kyung Kim
Office Location: TH 379
Department Phone: (920) 465-2348
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.
 

Political Science

Chair: Katia Levintova
Office Location: MAC A327
Office Phone: (920) 465-2045
Internship Coordinator for PEA : Laurel Phoenix
Office Location: MAC B331
Office Phone: (920) 465-2402
For complete internship information, visit the Political Science website.

Public Administration

Contact : Laurel Phoenix
Office Location: MAC B331
Department Phone: (920) 465-2358
Department Website


General Academic Requirements: 
Completion of three courses in the appropriate major.

Procedures for Participation: Contact faculty for procedures.
  1. 2.75 GPA
  2. For each credit, the student must complete 45-50 hours of internship activity including: research, preparing reports, and consultations with advisors.
  3. The internship must be jointly supervised by organizational and faculty advisors.
  4. An internship contract must be developed no later than two weeks after the beginning of the semester.
  5. A final report, prepared by the intern, will describe: the project and objectives, the intern's role, the progress of the project, and personal lessons learned.
Public Administration internship credits count toward degree requirements.
Grades will be determined by the UW-GB advisor in consultation with the organizational advisor and will be based on work performance and the final report.
  

Social Work

Contact: Joan Groessl
Office Location: Rose Hall 320
Department Phone: (920) 465-2679
Department Website


General Academic Requirements:  Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.
 

Spanish and Latin American Studies

Contact: Cristina Ortiz
Department Location: TH331
Department Phone:
(920) 465-2348
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Good to very good proficiency, usually junior or senior standing.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact professor during the semester before internship is to begin or during the first weeks of the semester for the internship.

Spanish internship credits DO NOT count toward degree requirements and do not substitute for course work.

Theatre

Contact: Michael Ingraham
Office Location: Theatre Hall 171A
Department Phone: (920) 465-2348
Department Website


General Academic Requirements: 
Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.

 

Urban & Regional Studies

Contact: Adam Parrillo
Office Location: Mary Ann Cofrin-B 323
Department Phone: (920) 465-2355
Department Website

General Academic Requirements: 
Minimum GPA of 2.8 and Junior standing.

Procedures for Participation:  Some internships are "on-going", where each semester we place students with area planning agencies; other internships are located by the students themselves. Students work 10-12 hours per week and complete a written report at the end of the semester.

Urban & Regional Studies internship credits count toward degree requirements.

Women's and Gender Studies

Contact: Christine Smith
Office Location: 313C MAC Hall
Office Phone: (920) 465-5124
Department Website


General Academic Requirements:  Contact faculty for requirements.

Procedures for Participation:  Contact faculty for procedures.

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