The selection process to become a Science Alliance Intern is described below:

  • First or second year students who are interested in science research can submit a free application to become an SA Intern.
  • The student is then interviewed by the SA Internship selection committee. This committee may include ISA program directors, staff, and a faculty member from the student’s area of research.
  • Selected students will start the process of searching for a mentor and lab (if not matched already) to conduct research.
  • Selected students register for IBA:1041 - IBA Student Development Seminar (1 s.h.). Seminar section is dependent on student's entry point into the program and should be determined with program staff.