Franciscan Institute for Science and Health
Summer Research Programs 2019
With a goal of providing real-world experience and hands-on training, FISH proudly supports three distinct 2019 summer research opportunities for Franciscan students enrolled in STEM majors. This includes students enrolled in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering (dual-degree), and Psychology. The FISH summer program is designed to take students beyond the educational basics of traditional classroom instruction and provide a unique experience that differentiates Franciscan graduates from other college graduates. Students can apply to:
- Work on campus during the summer with a Franciscan faculty researcher.
- Work with an adult stem cell research group at AVM Biotechnology in Seattle, Washington.
- Food Donation Connection (FDC) Software Development Internship.
For the summer of 2019, there will be 14 on-campus research positions available, 1 AVM Biotechnology positions, and 2 FDC software development positions.
The descriptions of the internships are listed below. Please read carefully, as each internship program has distinct start and end dates, stipends, and living arrangements. On the sidebar, you’ll find the online application form you can use to either apply to a select program or to apply to multiple programs.