The Science Internship Program team is committed to the health and safety of our students, mentors, faculty and staff. The well-being of those affiliated with our program is our highest priority.
The uncertainty around COVID-19 remains. SIP is currently planning for a hybrid program in Summer 2022, meaning that there will be an in-person component and a remote component. Research projects will plan to be either remote or in-person on an individual project basis. SIP continues to adhere to all state, local, and campus guidelines. We will update the SIP website as the situation evolves.
We know from many successful summers of in-person and remote learning that SIP provides the same level of critical thinking and depth of learning regardless of the platform.
“Thank you for the amazing experience that our son had this summer (with SIP). We could not have imagined how much he would learn through an entirely virtual program. You and your team set a very high bar for what virtual learning can really look like and inspire in our future research leaders.” – Sharon Chinn, parent of a 2020 SIP intern
All changes to policies will be communicated here and below in the informational areas of this page.
In community and health,
The SIP Team