Twelve Undergraduate Students Selected to Participate in the 2012 PEER Internship Program

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).