Wong Family Internship

The Wong Family Internship was established by Pierre C. Wong ’80 in 2015 to support internships for students interested science, technology, engineering, arts and entertainment, mathematics, or medicine.

Theodore Tellides ’23

Theodore Tellides coding.

CRUNCH Group, Providence, RI I drove down to Providence in late May. I had just finished exams but was still training for crew nationals on campus. I walked inside the Brown Applied Math building and snuck into the back of a packed classroom, where a guest lecturer was presenting about… Continue reading »

Meredith Wolf ’23

Boston Univeristy, Department of Computer Science, Boston, MA This summer, I interned remotely at the Learning, Intelligence + Signal Processing (LISP) Lab. LISP is part of the Computer Science Department at Boston University, and targets research in machine learning, intelligent decision-
making systems, and signal processing. LISP is led by Professor… Continue reading »

Emma Neil ’22

Picture of Emma Neil

Williams Students Online, Williamstown, MA This summer, I interned at Williams Students Online (WSO) as a frontend engineer. WSO is an entirely student-run organization that has maintained a website filled with Williams student services since 1995. Current services offered on the site include a course scheduler, professor and dorm… Continue reading »

Sarah Sutton ’21

Selfie of Sarah Sutton with laptop

Resonant Technologies Group, Sausalito, CA It goes without saying that this summer was unlike any other. After three months of isolation at home with remote classes, the commencement of my internship was a welcome change of pace. I was a summer intern at Resonant Technologies Group, an investment accelerator… Continue reading »

Gabriel Patenotte ’21

Examining a microfluidic chip I fabricated in the Soft Matter Cleanroom at the Center for Nanoscale Systems (CNS)

The Walsworth Group, Harvard University Department of Physics, Cambridge, MA Examining a microfluidic chip I fabricated in the Soft MatterCleanroom at the Center for Nanoscale Systems (CNS) During the summer, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to do research for Professor Walsworth at Harvard University. The Walsworth… Continue reading »