During the summer of 2012, the PEER Internship Program is providing unique opportunities for twelve outstanding undergraduate students to participate in state-of-the-art research. Internship participants are paired with a faculty advisor and a graduate student mentor. During the program, students learn how to conduct independent research and how to participate effectively as a member of a research team.
Funding for the 2012 PEER Internship Program comes from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and PEER.
The participating students are:
– Collin Anderson, UC Davis
– Dustin Cook, California State University, Chico
– Michael Erceg, Widener University
– Carlos Esparza, University of Texas at Arlington
– Jose Jimenez, UC Irvine
– Dorian Krausz, UC Los Angeles
– Andrew Lo, Rice University
– Stephanie Lopez, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez
– Nicole McCurdy, UC Davis
– Paul Shipman, California State University Sacramento
– Alexander Sturm, UC Davis
– Eduardo Vega, Cal Poly Pomona
PEER extends its thanks to the Faculty, Graduate Student, and Earthquake Professional Mentors:
– Jay Lund, UC Davis
– Ross Boulanger, UC Davis
– Jason DeJong, UC Davis
– Steve Kramer, University of Washington
– Marc Eberhard, University of Washington
– John Stanton, University of Washington
– Jeffrey Berman, University of Washington
– Jack Moehle, UC Berkeley
– Stephen Mahin, UC Berkeley
– Nathan Burley, UC Davis
– Adam Price, UC Davis
– Olafur Haraldsson, University of Washington
– Jonathan Weigand, University of Washington
– Vesna Terzic, UC Berkeley
Find more information about the PEER Internship Program.
Funding for the 2012 PEER Internship Program is provided National Science Foundation under Grant No. EEC-1063138. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation (NSF).