Completed 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. Required internship project development workshops begin in May for the fall cohort, and October for the spring cohort.
–> For all projects, please use the questions to ask your faculty partner to shape a project here.
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.
- Address any challenge in student learning for a course or lab (or learning center, or outreach…) by approaching a faculty member you know, or in you are TA’ing, etc. Such as: Why don’t my students understand photosynthesis after I teach it? How can I improve critical thinking skills?
- Interested in a particular context, challenge, or institution? We can talk about it and come up with something creative.
|Opportunity Title||Semester||Guest teaching possible?||Discipline||Institution|
|Integrate high-impact practices and hands-on activities into Horticulture courses and study abroad experiences||Fall||N||Natural and Physical Sciences||UW Madison|
|Get real-world experience with active learning in a large lecture||Fall or Spring||Y||Engineering, Math & Computer Science||UW Madison|
|Engage with an innovative course in computation and materials science||Fall or Spring||Y||Engineering, Math & Computer Science||UW Madison|
|Support a project-based cross-departmental learning community||Fall or Spring||Y||Engineering, Math & Computer Science||UW Madison|
|Improving student learning in introductory psychology courses at Madison College||Fall or Spring||Y||Social and Behavioral Studies and Sciences, Economics||Madison College|
|Support the development of a newly flipped course||Fall||Y||Natural and Physical Sciences||UW Madison|
|Guest teach in an introductory Biology course||Fall or Spring||Y||Natural and Physical Sciences||Edgewood|
|Guest teach in introductory chemistry||Fall||Y||Natural and Physical Sciences||Madison College|
|Evaluation of quizzes and case studies in Mechanics of Materials||Fall||Y||Engineering, Math & Computer Science||UW Madison|
|Explore active learning in physics||Spring||Y||Natural and Physical Sciences||Edgewood|
|Teach hands-on lab techniques in Biotechnology||Fall||Y||Natural and Physical Sciences, Medical||Madison College|
|Tackle common problems in intro Chemistry at Madison College||Fall||Y||Natural and Physical Sciences||Madison College|
|Bring your ideas for lecture, labs or field trips in an agronomy course||Fall||Y||Natural and Physical Sciences||UW Madison|
|Promote student learning in an interdisciplinary agronomy course||Spring||Y||Natural and Physical Sciences||UW Madison|
|Hands-on Learning with UW Makerspace||Fall or Spring||Y||Engineering, Math & Computer Science, Natural and Physical Sciences||UW Madison|
|Semester||Guest teaching possible?||Discipline||Institution|