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  • Psychology Research & Practice Internships Summer 2016 | Boston University Summer Term
    factors in later formation of personality and intellectual and motivational behaviors includes theories of Erikson Piaget and Freud Term paper may be required Carries social science divisional credit in CAS 4 cr Prereq CAS PS 101 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 9 30 AM 1 00 PM Wells PSY 210 CAS PS 251 Psychology of Personality Theories and Application Students may elect either CAS PS 251 or PS 252 but not both Emphasizes the historical development of personality theories and their application to social and clinical concerns Classic theories of personality e g psychoanalytical behavioral trait humanistic cognitive and social roles are explored and evaluated through lectures readings case materials and films Carries social science divisional credit in CAS 4 cr Prereq CAS PS 101 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M W 5 00 PM 8 30 PM Shim PSY 153 CAS PS 325 Experimental Psychology Personality Prereq CAS PS 211 or CAS MA 115 CAS MA 116 and CAS PS 251 Systematic approaches to the study of personality Experimental and observational investigations of selected aspects of personality Demonstration of experimental procedures and student participation in laboratory and field studies 4 cr Prereq CAS PS 101 CAS PS 211 or CAS MA 115 CAS MA 116 CAS PS 251 or CAS PS 252 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 2 00 PM 5 30 PM Mercurio MCS B33 CAS PS 333 Drugs and Behavior Full Comprehensive survey of drug influences on behavior introduces a neuroscience approach to behavior Several classes of drugs are discussed including abused and addictive substances and psychoactive and therapeutic agents 4 cr Prereq CAS PS 101 or consent of instructor Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 9 30 AM 1 00 PM Caine HAR 224 CAS PS 338 Neuropsychology Survey of theoretical aspects and major empirical findings in human neuropsychology including memory language spatial function attention emotion and abstract thought Emphasis is on the relation between brain disorders resulting from head injury stroke degenerative disease etc and abnormal behavior 4 cr Prereq CAS PS 231 or CAS BI 325 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 1 30 PM 5 00 PM Dunne EPC 206 CAS PS 371 Abnormal Psychology Prereq CAS PS 101 Attention to the wide range of ways in which personality may become disordered and emphasis on normal behavior development as highlighted by psychopathology Evidence and theories concerning problems of treatment are also considered 4 cr Prereq CAS PS 101 or CAS PS 105 Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 1 00 PM 4 30 PM Pincus CAS B36 MET PS 275 Counseling and Motivational Interviewing Prereq MET PS 101 or consent of instructor Basic theories of counseling and motivational interviewing are compared and contrasted Emphasis is placed on investigating the various contexts in which these theories and techniques are particularly applicable e g sports psychology weight loss smoking cessation

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  • Public Health & Social Policy Internship Program | Boston University Summer Term
    world Carries social science divisional credit in CAS 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 1 00 PM 4 30 PM Connell CAS 225 CAS SO 352 American Masculinities Prereq one 100 or 200 level course in either sociology or women s gender sexuality studies Considers the biological and social organization of masculinities the ways culture reproduces articulates masculinities particularly with regard to race and class how masculine identities are expressed male privilege alternative masculinities and what is at stake in negotiating contemporary masculinities 4 cr Prereq one 100 or 200 level course in either sociology or women s gender sexuality Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M W 1 00 PM 4 30 PM Gottfried EPC 206 MET CJ 344 Drugs and Society Introduction to the sociology of a wide range of legal and illicit drugs Examines social definitions of drugs and conditions of their use Considers deviant drug use and effects of social control on definitions and use 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent T R 6 00 PM 9 30 PM Cadigan SHA 201 MET CJ 510 Special Topics in Criminal Justice Topics for Summer 2016 Summer 1 2016 Special Topic Criminal Justice Policy Planning Introduces students to the concepts of criminal justice policy and planning Provides an understanding of the major theories of planning and their applications to criminal justice settings Teaches the techniques for analyzing problems and developing programs and policies resulting from problem analysis along with program and policy monitoring and evaluation Weekly learning modules emphasize the concept of planned change and evaluation Prepares students to become effective managers decision makers planners and policy makers in the field of criminal justice Summer 2 2016 Special Topic Mental Health Justice Policy The intersection of mental health and criminal justice systems has become a major contemporary issue in our society This course explores the history of mental health policy as situated within the criminal justice system Both historical and contemporary impacts of justice policy are addressed with an understanding of how justice policy impacts treatment within criminal justice settings Examines treatment and policy issues within the domains of policing courts corrections and community reentry Topics addressed include mental health law the impact of mass incarceration on mental health and contemporary prevention strategies Explores ethical issues in the delivery of forensic mental health services Students gain valuable understanding of these important areas through case studies site visits guest speakers and other active learning assignments 4 cr Section Type Days Times Instructor Location SA1 Independent M W 6 00 PM 9 30 PM Mastrorilli CAS 426 MET PS 275 Counseling and Motivational Interviewing Prereq MET PS 101 or consent of instructor Basic theories of counseling and motivational interviewing are compared and contrasted Emphasis is placed on investigating the various contexts in which these theories and techniques are particularly applicable e g sports psychology weight loss smoking cessation crises management etc 4 cr Prereq MET PS 101 or

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  • Summer Internship Programs for College Students | Boston University Summer Term
    Facebook Summer Study Internship Program The Internship Phase Summer 2 July 11 August 19 2016 For the final six weeks of the Summer Study Internship Program Boston University will arrange for students to work in professional internships with Boston based firms and organizations Generally your internship is unpaid You ll work in your internship full time five days a week for a minimum of 35 hours per week During your internship you ll have support from the program internship team and faculty As part of your Internship Course you will also attend workshops covering topics such as interviewing self assessment and networking At the start of your internship you ll outline your goals objectives and the projects on which you will be working During the internship phase you ll consult with the internship team and with your BU faculty advisor for the Internship Course to review your progress toward reaching those goals Please note Program participants must complete six weeks of internship If your fall classes at your home institution begin before August 19 you will need to start your internship on July 5 during the designated mid program break You will be asked to indicate your necessary internship start

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  • Summer College Internship Placement | Boston University Summer Term
    that might be interested in hiring you as an intern When a company expresses an interest in your résumé and application AIC or the company will contact you to schedule an interview The number of interviews each student completes will vary Each student must complete the interview procedure in order to be accepted by an employer for placement Starting your internship Once you and a potential employer agree that you ll be a good fit for their organization you will then spend your summer gaining valuable experience in your field of interest About AIC AIC is the North American spin off to European Study Abroad EUSA the European internship organization with which Boston University has had a relationship for over 25 years Drawing from this experience AIC is committed to providing high quality internships and other services AIC has been working with the BU Summer Study Internship Program since it began in 2006 The sponsor database that AIC has built encompasses internships across a wide variety of industry sectors AIC implements customized academically directed student internship programs on behalf of institutions of higher education in the U S and abroad Top Meet Your Internship Placement Team Summer Study Interns will work with the following AIC representatives Kate Moore Executive Director Kate s experience in internship and recruitment based work includes national recruiter for the Association of State PIRGs focusing on experienced candidates alumni involvement and lateral recruitment Prior to that she served as director of internships for American University in Washington D C where she oversaw the placement of 1 200 student interns for all Washington based programs including six summer and 40 traditional semester programs each year Kate has also worked with the Close Up Foundation as their academic outreach and government relations manager She received her doctorate in

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  • Internship Placement | Boston University Summer Term
    s right for you You ll work in your internship full time five days a week for a minimum of 35 hours per week Generally your internship is unpaid In an unpaid internship the criteria set by the U S Department of Labor are applied The internship even though it includes actual operation of the facilities of the employer is similar to training which would be given in an educational environment The internship experience is for the benefit of the intern The intern does not displace regular employees but works under close supervision of existing staff The employer that provides the training derives no immediate advantage from the activities of the intern and on occasion its operations may actually be impeded The intern is not necessarily entitled to a job at the conclusion of the internship The employer and the intern understand that the intern is not entitled to wages for the time spent in the internship Here are examples of the kinds of firms organizations and companies that have employed Summer Study Interns Arts Culture Commercial galleries auction houses museums cultural councils architectural firms design companies arts campaigning groups language institutes theater companies music and dance companies and art centers Business Management Local and regional businesses and start up enterprises finance and accounting marketing and business development real estate and human resources Communication Film and television companies radio stations independent production companies news services advertising marketing and public relations agencies newspapers and magazines Graphic Web Design Graphic and web design firms publishing companies advertising and creative agencies non profits and local businesses International Studies International non governmental organizations international development state and federal agencies foreign policy think tanks commercial import export firms and cultural exchange and education institutions Politics Public Policy Law State local and federal government agencies legal

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  • The Summer Study Internship Course| Boston University Summer Term
    to submit this form Like us on Facebook Summer Study Internship Program The Internship Course Summer 1 Summer 2 May 27 August 19 2016 The Summer Study Internship Program s 2 credit Internship course meets on Friday mornings throughout Summer 1 and two evenings in Summer 2 The course explores links between your academic track and your on site professional experience and provides support and guidance as you prepare for your placement The Internship Course instructor also serves as your faculty advisor helping you make the most of your internship experience Components of the Internship Course include professional development topics cover letter and résumé writing interviewing skills workplace culture self assessment and networking skills Homework is assigned throughout the course For your final project you will prepare a paper presentation based on your internship experience Attendance is required both in the course and on site at your internship and is part of your final grade Your grade in the Internship Course at the end of Summer 1 must be a C or higher in order for you to continue on to your internship placement There is no refund given to students who are withdrawn from the program Learn College Summer

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  • Summer College Internship Calendar | Boston University Summer Term
    22 August 19 2016 Sunday May 22 Arrival Day 12 pm Housing check in begins 5 7 pm Welcome Dinner Monday May 23 Summer 1 courses begin Internship placement process begins Payment due date Friday May 27 9 30 am 12 pm First Internship Course meeting 1 3 pm Orientation Friday May 27 Last day to add drop courses or withdraw from the program no program fee refund after this date Monday May 30 Memorial Day classes suspended Thursday June 2 4 6 pm or 6 8 pm AIC workshop Friday June 3 Substitute Monday schedule of classes Friday June 10 9 30 am 12 pm Internship Course meeting 12 2 pm AIC office hours Friday June 17 9 30 11 am Workshop 11 am 12 pm AIC office hours Friday June 24 9 30 12 pm Internship Course meeting 1 3 pm AIC workshop Friday July 1 Summer 1 courses end Monday July 4 Friday July 8 Mid Summer Break Monday July 11 Internship begins Wednesday July 20 6 30 9 pm Internship Course meeting Wednesday August 3 6 30 9 pm Internship Course meeting Thursday August 18 4 6 pm Final Reception Friday August 19 Internship ends Saturday

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  • Summer College Internship Admissions | Boston University Summer Term
    completed at least one year of college by the start of the program Students must be in good academic and judicial standing with a minimum GPA of 3 0 Please note that admission to the Psychology Research Practice track is especially competitive Students applying to this track must have completed a minimum of three years of college coursework by the start of the program The Summer Study Internship Program is open only to U S citizens and legal permanent residents International students are not eligible to participate in the program Students are accepted into one of eight academic tracks and must enroll in the full 10 credit program two Summer 1 courses an internship course and a Summer 2 internship Application Deadline Applications to the Summer Study Internship Program are accepted on a first come first served basis Students are encouraged to submit their applications as early as possible The deadline for all applications has been extended to April 29 2016 Please contact your academic advisor dean chairperson or registrar at your home institution to gain academic approval for your participation in this program Application Procedure The Summer Study Internship Program application consists of an online application form a 50

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