Remember that there is a summer version of COGS402! Take it instead if you are not planning on graduating in May, as it can be a better time to find interesting internships.
Students in this course must pursue a supervised, collaborative research project in a laboratory or research environment relevant to your interests. Students are expected to independently seek out a laboratory in which to volunteer, and contribute to the ongoing research or to instigate a project that integrates with the research goals of the supervisor/laboratory.
Once a student has found a lab/supervisor willing to supervise their research, both the student and supervisor must fill out a collaboration agreement and return it to the COGS 402 instructor (Vatikiotis-Bateson).
PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT an independent study course! Students are expected to pursue projects of common interest and benefit to them and their supervisors.