Over the course of several years, the San Bernardino County museum received boxes filled with artifacts from the earliest B.C.
Reginald Sauls and Paul Ruiz spent their summer as interns for the UCR Paleontology Department.
From rolling clay to gluing fossils together, the interns of the Western Science Center Arturo Fuerte and Kimberly Ibarra have a variety of tasks to perform.
At UCR’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, interns Teddy Calderon and Blessing Nwogu have gone from working with microprocessors to designing cases to be built by a 3D printer.
Chaffey student Nancy Granados spent the summer as an intern at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum’s Paleontology Department.
Surrounded by steel machinery, dedicated students, Audrey Vasquez and Miriam Conteras at UCR's Department of Physics and Astronomy work on experiments that can create an impact in physics.
Chaffey Students Derrick Varnes and Daniel Soto spent the summer working as interns at UCR Bourns College’s Center for Environmental Research and Technology. There, they tested the emissions of different engines and vehicles and learned how to read an analysis of emissions produced by automobiles and burning fuel.
Anaiz Ruiz spent ten months living on a small commune in the Rocky Mountains that houses staff members of the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory (RMBL).
While the noise of machinery and cutting metal fills one of several buildings owned by Aerospace Commercial Tooling, the interns have a much more quiet and detail-oriented environment.
Although parasitoid wasps are multicellular organisms, they are so small some bacteria are larger than them. Intern Houssam Nasser currently assists the University of California, Riverside’s Department of Entomology in researching a species of parasitoid wasp.
Ainaz Sharabyani, a biochemistry major at Chaffey College, found herself in the quintessential college experience this summer: juggling summer school, two internships and a personal life.
With a summer like California’s, it’s difficult to imagine anyone spending the entirety of their
days in scorching heat but that’s exactly how Chaffey College students Tiffany Larrabee and
Joselyn Gonzalez have spent their Summer at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanical Garden.