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Women in Science Project
6201 Parker House
Hanover, NH 03755

Phone: 603-646-3690


Research Internship Program

The WISP Research Internship Program was established in 1991 and matches undergraduate women with faculty mentors in paid, part-time research internships in the sciences. WISP internships provide early hands-on research experience and the opportunity for mentoring from a research scientist or faculty member. Internships are two terms in length (winter and spring) and interns present their work at the Karen E. Wetterhahn Science Symposium in May.


  • First year women: any science discipline (including Psychological & Brain Sciences)
  • Sophomore women: chemistry, computer science, engineering, mathematics, and physics/astronomy (areas where women are most under-represented)

General information

Information and Application Guidelines

Last Updated: 9/27/16