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Smith & NephewSmith & Nephew Orthopaedics is a global medical device company that develops, manufactures, and markets a wide range of joint replacement, fracture fixation, and deformity correction products. The purpose of the Smith & Nephew Orthopaedics Research Internship and Co-op Program is to provide opportunities for engineering students to work with industry prior to entering the workforce full time. Engineering interns learn valuable skills by applying their education to industry projects. The Company gains additional help for critical projects and the opportunity to evaluate firsthand potential future job candidates. To view available positions and apply online, visit the Orthopaedic Research careers heading at www.smith-nephew.com.

—Smith & Nephew

green interns 2011

 

Participating students worked in the following areas during the 2011 semester as Green Interns:

                 Campus Green Internship Sustainability Partners

   

 Ann Cox interned with supervisor Dr. Reza Banai at City and Regional Planning on campus.

Anna Gattuso interned with the campus Sustainability office as a Sustainability coordinator with supervisor Amelia Mayahi. Here is Gattuso with Dr. Rosie Phillips Bingham.

Lena Guy interned with the Student Health Services on campus with supervisor Jacqueline G. DeFouw. Here is Guy with Dr. Rosie Phillips Bingham.

Christian King interned with supervisors Dr. Cheryl Goudie, Dr. Bill Simco, and Dr. Michael Kennedy at the Ecological Research Center at the University of Memphis.

Tabria Majors interned with the Ground Water Institute on campus with supervisor Ms. Michelle Dry.

Staci Thomasson interned as a U of M Editor in the Communications department with supervisor Mr. Gregory Russell. Here is Thomasson with Dr. Rosie Phillips Bingham.

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