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Students in DePauw's Programs of Distinction Get Invaluable On-the-Job and Research Experiences

January 4, 2000

January 4, 2000, Greencastle, Ind. - DePauw University's Management Fellows, Science Research Fellows and Media Fellows receive real-world experience during a semester-long internship, usually during their junior year. During the spring semester, 15 Management Fellows are serving internships.

The students and their paid internship sites are: Robert T. Anderson, CID Equity Partners, Indianapolis; Elisa M. Clinkenbeard, Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis; D. Elizabeth Doggett, James Whitcomb Riley Memorial Association, Indianapolis; Matthew F. Fink, Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis; Daniel S. Garrison, Miller Freeman Inc., San Francisco; Adrienne K. Gough, PricewaterhouseCooper, St. Louis; Christine M. Hohenberger, PepsiCo Inc., Purchase, N.Y.; Nathan R. Husmann, National Heritage Academics, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Wesley S. Kendall, Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis; Brian F. McCord, efax.com, Menlo Park, Calif.; Tara M. McKillip, LETCO, Chicago; Lawren K. Mills, StarCom, Chicago; Elizabeth A. Shaffer, Ernst & Young International, London; and David F. Utz and Ross G. Wagner, both Goldman, Sachs & Company, Chicago.

Meanwhile, eight Science Research Fellows are serving semester-long, research-oriented internships this spring. Great Fall EC Shot Gold Leaves.jpgThe juniors are: Lora C. Alvey, EPA Program, London, England; Jacob R. Bosley, Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital Research Labs, Boston; Alison K. Frank, EPA Program, London, England; Elizabeth K. Garrett, University of Michigan Department of Biophysics; Katherine C. Glover, archaeology expedition in southern Turkey; Ryan J. Linder, University of Queensland Department of Chemistry, Brisbane, Australia; Jennifer L. May, Coastal Ecology Program, Ecuador; M. Susan Mills, EPA Program, London, England.

Finally, Media Fellows serve semester-long internships with some of the top media organizations in the nation. Juniors participating in internships during the spring semester include: Rachel A. Atterberry, Indianapolis Indians; Abbey D. Blake, Project Children, Washington, D.C.; Bridget K. Chase, MTV and Saturday Night Live, New York City; Sarah E. Gerkensmeyer, Zoetrope magazine, New York City; Jarrett L. Hicks, WRC-TV, Washington, D.C.; Rebecca C. Purvis, J. Walter Thompson Advertising, Chicago; Whitney C. Schnacke, the White House, Washington, D.C.; J.K. Wall, Herald-Leader, Lexington, Ky.

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