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Four NAU undergraduate students and two graduate students were selected to participate in a ten-week internship at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Los Alamos National Laboratory. The intern program, funded by a grant from the United States Department of Energy, is called “Integrating Two Worlds: A Successful Pathway for Native American Students from High School to College to National Nuclear Security Agency Careers.”The students participating in the internship are: undergraduate students Janice Benally, chemistry major;Kimberly Danny, environmental engineering major; Dustin Sagg, electrical engineering major; Burnell Jones, environmental engineering major; graduate studentsVenessa Jim, chemistry; and Toni Goldtooth, mathematics.
- Andrea Thode, assistant professor in the School of Forestry, and several NAU Forestry students were featured in a recent issue of Fire Science Digest. In the article, “Preparing Tomorrow’s Fire Professionals: Integration of Education, Training and Experience Through Science-Management Partnerships,” Thode discusses hands-on learning opportunities that NAU offers students through mentorships, training and internships. The article may be viewed here.