Taken (or taking) your Delta or CIRTL course and ready to choose an internship project?
You can bring your own project ideas, or you consider our open opportunities below.
–> Please see the required intern and faculty partner agreement form here to guide your conversation about expectations and roles.
There are three ways that interns connect with projects.
- Consider our available opportunities (below). Contact the faculty partner listed to shape a project that fits both of your goals and interests.
- You are welcome to find an internship placement with any instructor who you believe will model a teaching approach that interests you. Internships can be in any teaching environment that meets your professional goals and interests (a course you are TA’ing, or a lecture, lab, discussion, outreach, lab, TA trainings, etc).
- Interested in a particular context, challenge, or institution? Contact email@example.com to set up a time to chat and find you a great fit.
Fall 2020: Additional opportunities are under development and will be up by mid-June
|Get real-world experience with active learning in a large lecture||Spring||Engineering, Math & Computer Science||UW Madison|
|Work with in an introductory Biology course at Edgewood||Fall or Spring||Natural and Physical Sciences||Edgewood|
|Hands-on Learning with UW Makerspace||Fall or Spring||Engineering, Math & Computer Science, Natural and Physical Sciences||UW Madison|
|Explore active learning in physics||Spring||Natural and Physical Sciences||Edgewood|
|Work with Intro Chemistry at Madison College||Fall||Natural and Physical Sciences||Madison College|
|Work in a flipped course in genetics and molecular biology||Fall||Natural and Physical Sciences||UW Madison|
|Tackle common problems in intro Chemistry at Madison College||Fall||Natural and Physical Sciences||Madison College|
|Improving student learning in psychology courses at Madison College||Fall or Spring||Social and Behavioral Studies and Sciences, Economics||Madison College|
|Teach enzyme kinetics using active learning||Fall or Spring||Natural and Physical Sciences||UW Madison|
|Teach hands-on lab techniques in Biotechnology||Spring||Natural and Physical Sciences, Medical||Madison College|
|Bring your ideas for lecture, labs or field trips in an agronomy course||Fall||Natural and Physical Sciences||UW Madison|
|Gain experience in a multi-section, case-based introductory biology course||Spring||Natural and Physical Sciences||UW Madison|
|Promote student learning in an interdisciplinary agronomy course||Spring||Natural and Physical Sciences||UW Madison|
|Connect theory to practice in a fluid mechanics course||Fall||Engineering, Math & Computer Science||UW Madison|
|Participate in the development and instruction of an authentic biology research course for first-year students||Fall||Natural and Physical Sciences||UW Madison|
|Support student learning in sustainability||Fall or Spring||Engineering, Math & Computer Science||UW Madison|