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The MES Internship Preparation Guide is also available as a pdf document.
Table of Contents
1. Title / Approval Page
2. Table of Contents
4. Dedication and/or Acknowledgements
b. Literature Review
c. Materials/Data and Methods
f. Summary or Conclusion
6. Literature Cited
1. Number of Copies
7. Justification and Hyphenation
Students may perform an academic internship (“internship”) as part of their course of study. The objective and purpose of this part of the program are to obtain a breadth of knowledge and experience of environmental studies in an applied setting (typically, but not limited to, an off-campus institution). This differs from an academic thesis structure which requires a depth of inquiry into a specific area of environmental research.
As soon as the student has elected the internship option, he/she will select an Internship Advisor. The Internship Advisor may be, but is not required to be, the same person as the Academic Advisor. The student, in consultation with the Internship Advisor, will select an Internship Advisory Committee. The Internship Committee should be comprised of the student's Internship Advisor and two additional faculty members, one of whom should be from outside the student's particular area of interest. For example, a student concentrating in Policy may comprise a committee of two Political Science faculty members and one Geology faculty member. At least one member of the Internship Committee must be a roster faculty member at the College of Charleston. Additionally, the student's supervisor from the sponsoring institution will serve on the Internship Committee. In some instances, revisions to the Program of Study will be made.
In consultation with his/her Internship Advisor and the MES Internship Coordinator, a student will ordinarily be expected to seek and arrange his/her own internship. Students are encouraged to use the Internship Resource List and the “Positions Available” posting board and discuss these options with their advisor. Internships must have the approval of the student's Internship Advisory Committee and the Program Director.
Students completing an internship will work in an applied setting other than at the College of Charleston under the direct supervision of an approved mentor. As part of his/her internship experience, the student will work six-hundred (600) hours or more in the internship setting and will be expected to complete an academic assignment to be approved by his/her Internship Advisory Committee. Completion of the academic assignment and six-hundred (600) work hours has been delineated as equivalent to six (6) credit hours of graduate study. Note: in order to craft a viable internship proposal, substantial effort toward the topic goal will be required; this effort is not considered part of the 600 hours of internship activity. Only after successful presentation of the internship proposal and acceptance by the student’s committee will the student be released to perform the 600-hour project activity and allowed to register for 6 credit hours of the internship (EVSS 690).
Students should write an Internship Proposal according to the guidelines listed on the Internship Proposal Approval form (MES-7) in consultation with their Internship Advisor. Internship proposals should be approved by the Internship Advisory Committee and the Program Director no later than two (2) weeks prior to the internship start date. The signed approval form and a copy of the Proposal must be submitted to the MES Program Office no later than two (2) weeks following the internship start date.
Students may register for internship credits only in the semester in which the internship report is successfully defended. Students will not be allowed to register for Internship credit unless an Internship Proposal Approval form (MES-7) is on file in the MES Program Office.
Note: The process of securing an internship with an outside agency requires that the student work closely with their Academic Advisor to be sure that their proposal is approved before the majority of the internship activity is conducted. This usually requires a careful scheduling balance between the student’s progress toward their Program of Study through planning of course credits, when to complete the Academic Internship Proposal, and coordinating the actual internship activity hours with the sponsor. Here is a hypothetical example (actual Internship experiences will vary depending on conditions and agency needs):
Bill R. begins the MES program in the Fall semester and in early February he is offered an internship position with the Bureau of Nature Management. The project involves resource assessment of public lands in South Carolina with a target completion date by December 31. Bill’s BNM supervisor will serve as Internship Supervisor. Bill and his supervisor are targeting June of the following year for Bill to complete his Academic Internship report. He soon begins his literature review and writing his proposal, he identifies three other advisors (two faculty and another BNM manager) to serve on his committee, he presents the proposal and receives faculty and MES approval in August, and he registers for 6 hours of Internship credits (EVSS 690) for the Fall semester (in addition to an elective class that he has identified for his program of study). Bill also sets up a schedule with BNM to work 40 hours per week for July and August and then 10 hours per week for September through January.
While the final format of the internship report is determined by the student's Advisor, some general formatting guidelines are included in the Internship Report Preparation Guide below. Students are encouraged to review and discuss these with their Advisor.
Internships will be graded on a “Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory” basis. Grades will be awarded by the academic advisor in consultation with the approved mentor. Should a student receive an “Unsatisfactory” evaluation for his/her internship, no credit will be awarded towards the degree.
Upon completion of the internship and all academic requirements outlined by the Internship Advisory Committee, the Fulfillment of Internship Requirements form (MES-10) must be signed and submitted to the MES Program Office.
If a student is unable to complete the internship defense during the semester in which he/she is registered, a grade of IP (in progress) will be issued until the internship requirements are fulfilled. After a grade of IP has been assigned, the student has one semester to complete the requirements.
The submission of your Internship Report is one of the last steps in the program leading to the completion of the MES degree. The report is a scholarly statement of the results of the student's internship work. The Master of Environmental Studies (MES) Program (Graduate Studies) has established guidelines for uniformity in the format of the manuscript. These guidelines were designed to ensure that all papers were high in quality and consistent in the arrangement of the contents.
The Internship Report must be a professionally finished work equivalent in quality to a thesis, in format, style, spelling and appearance, as the finished document reflects on both the student and the University. The format of the manuscript should be consistent with the guidelines presented herein. Failure to follow these instructions may result in either rejection of your Internship Report or revision.
Within one month of completion of the work for the Internship Sponsor, the student should organize a follow-up Internship Completion Meeting with his/her committee in order to inventory the requirements of the Internship Report, and to provide guidance for its preparation. It is recommended that the student plan to complete the Internship Report one month after the date of the Internship Completion Meeting. It is also important for the student to communicate frequently with his/her committee regarding Report review schedules and planning the Internship Completion Meeting and the Internship Defense meeting (see below).
One month prior to the Internship Presentation and Defense, the student should submit his/her final Internship Report to his/her committee. This Internship Presentation and Defense will provide an opportunity for the student to place in context and review his/her internship experience with his/her committee members and other interested faculty and students.
If the committee determines that the internship requirements designated at any previous time have not been met, they may require that the student remediate to fulfill these requirements. For example, the committee could require the student to complete an additional literature review, relevant to the internship.
The steps toward the conclusion of the Internship Report Presentation and Defense process include:
1) Submit the completed Internship Report to the Internship Committee for initial review in a timely fashion.
2) Work with the Committee to determine the day, time, and location of the Internship Report Presentation and Defense, and get the Committee signatures on the Defense Notification form.
3) Provide the MES Office with the signed copy of the Defense Notification form at least two weeks before the defense.
4) The date of the Defense should be held at least two weeks before the deadline for submitting the final copies to the MES Program Office. This final deadline is the same as the Thesis deadline noted on the Graduate School list of deadlines each semester.
5) When the Defense has been completed and the Internship Committee has approved the final completed Internship Report, the Committee signs the Fulfillment of Internship Requirements form, and the Internship Advisor provides a grade for the six hours of Internship credit.
6) The original and two (2) copies of the final Internship Report must be submitted to the MES Program Office by 5 p.m. of the Thesis deadline noted on the Graduate School's list of deadlines each semester.
To expand upon the example provide above on page 3, Bill R. could follow this possible timeline for his second Spring semester after the completion of his internship:
1. Title / Approval Page
One original title page, prepared in the same format as the sample Internship Title Page, must be submitted with the original signatures of all members of the Internship Report Committee. (There must be at least three members of your committee, members of the MES Program faculty, and the committee must be approved by the Program Director.) The title page is numbered i, but the page number is not displayed. The date on the title page will depend on the semester you will receive your degree.
2. Table of Contents
Both reports are expected to have a Table of Contents for the convenience of the reader. If plates or illustrations (i.e. maps, diagrams, charts, photographs, etc.) are scattered throughout the text, include a separate List of Figures or Table of Illustrations after the Table of Contents.
An abstract must be included with each copy of your internship report. The abstract must (a) state the problem or problems that you worked on; (b) describe your activities; (c) summarize the findings. Limit it to 350 words (about 2,450 characters) in length. The abstract should include your name and internship report title. It should be double-spaced, using only one side of the paper, and should be within the internship report margin requirements. The abstract must adhere to the 350 word limit. Its pages should be assigned a place in the small Roman number sequence for the preliminary pages, but the numbers should not be displayed on the abstract pages themselves.
4. Dedication and/or Acknowledgements
If you wish, you may include a page with a brief note of dedication or acknowledgment of help received from particular persons. (See Section 11 under Preparation of Final Copies, Published Material regarding acknowledgment for published material). The pages of this section should be assigned a place in the small Roman number sequence for the preliminary pages, and the numbers should be displayed on the pages in the usual way (centered in the bottom margin).
The format for the text of the thesis-style Internship Report follows. Its first page, typically the first page of either an introduction or a first chapter, should be numbered “1” in Arabic numerals.
The purpose of the Introduction is to introduce the reader to the problem. The Introduction is a concise statement of the problem and an outline of the scope, aim, and nature of the research. Mention of the previous literature should be included here.
b. Literature Review
A review of the literature pertinent to the subject should be discussed and used to provide context for the internship report.
c. Materials/Data and Methods
The purpose of the Materials and Methods is to recount, in a concise manner, the materials and/or data and methods employed in the research. It should also include sufficient information so that the study could be repeated.
Care should be exercised not to include superfluous information. Also, extreme caution must be used to avoid including results and/or conclusions. Specimens or data deposited in a museum or library should be cited here.
The results reflect the findings of the student's investigation only, not the findings of other researchers in the area. This is a summarized form of extensive data that may appear in the figures, tables and/or appendices.
The Discussion section is for an analysis of the data acquired. In this section, the student may draw comparisons with findings of other researchers in the field or even speculate to some degree and, if appropriate, suggest additional research.
f. Summary or Conclusion
The Summary or Conclusion is a final brief statement which draws together the objectives and findings of the entire research project. Care should be exercised to draw conclusions pertinent to the problem and to avoid personal bias.
6. Literature Cited
The style and format of this section will ordinarily depend on the practice of the journal to which the paper based on the internship report is submitted. See Style suggestion section. In general, the guidelines of the CBE Style Manual or the Chicago Manual of Style should be followed.
A last section may contain supporting data for the text in the form of one or more appendices. Examples of appendix material are data sheets, questionnaire samples, illustrations, maps, charts, etc. If the appended data should include oversize illustrations or maps several alternative methods of inclusion are available.
1. Number of Copies
Each candidate shall submit the original and two (2) complete and signed, bound (you may have them bound at a local copy shop), copies of his/her Internship Report to the MES Program Office.
The copies will be distributed as follows:
Original: MES Program Office
Copy 1: Primary Advisor
Copy 2: Internship Advisor
The original Internship Report must be printed on standard size, white, 8-1/2 x 11 inches, non-glossy, non-textured acid-free paper of twenty (20) pound weight, 100% rag content. The two (2) copies must be clean photocopies on at least 20% rag content, acid-free paper. (Your internship report will be on file for a time that may stretch into hundreds of years, and acid-free paper is essential to prevent premature deterioration.) Only one side of the paper may be used. The paper must be of the appropriate grade, acid-free, plain white, with no ragged edges.
No particular choice of font or typeface is mandated; any clearly legible font that is not ornate or fancy, in a size between 10 and 12 points, is acceptable. However, fonts should not be mixed inappropriately. Consistency of the font is vital. Scientific names of genera and species should be underlined or printed in true italics. Either underlining or italic typeface may be used for purposes of emphasis or for distinguishing section headings.
Make corrections with the greatest care.
Use double spacing throughout except in footnotes, indented quotations set off from the text, bibliography entries of more than one line, and materials such as captions or tables and appendices of data.
Every page of the internship report must be kept within margins set as follows: A minimum margin of 1-1/2 inches (for binding purposes) on the left side of the page; 1 inch at the right side; 1-1/4 inches at the top and bottom of the page. Any page submitted with less than the minimum margins will be rejected.
7. Justification and Hyphenation
The internship report will have a straight-line left margin and a ragged right margin, with no word of the text less than one inch from the right edge of the paper, nor even a single letter of a word. The right margin may be justified (straight) if this improves appearance and legibility. Each paragraph must be indented five (5) spaces. Do not end a line of a page with a hyphen.
All pages except the title page, copyright page, and abstract page are numbered. This includes full page photographs, charts and graphs, the bibliography, and appendices. For the preliminary pages, use small Roman numerals (ii, iii, etc.). Page i is the title page (see sample Internship Title Page), but the page number is not printed on this page. Page ii is the copyright page or a blank page (showing no page number) if you are not copyrighting your work. The Table of Contents follows the copyright page (or blank page if you are not copyrighting) and is numbered with the page number(s) displayed. The abstract follows and is numbered, but the page number(s) will not be displayed.
The first item on the Table of Contents list will be the Abstract. This will be followed by any dedication or acknowledgment section you may wish to include. This is numbered in the small Roman series, with the page numbers displayed. The remainder of the internship report is numbered with Arabic numerals (1, 2, etc.).
The page numbers that are displayed must be centered at the bottom of each page, within the bottom margin. Note that no words, punctuation, or diacritics of any kind accompany the page number: it says “4”, not “-4-” or “4.” or “Page 4”.
All candidates for a degree must submit the original and all copies of their final Internship Report to the MES Program Office by 5 p.m. of the thesis deadline date for the semester you wish to receive the degree (varies by semester; the Graduate School Office can provide this date).
Sample Internship Title Page
Please see the sample Internship Title Page for an example of the appropriate Title Page format.
The Internship Projects completed by MES Students are listed below. A list of all MES Theses can be found on the Completed Theses page.
Robin (Adams) Glenn (2003): Modeling and Restoration of Water Quality in Two Tidal Ponds on Kiawah Island, South Carolina Internship Sponsor National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Marine Ecotoxicology Department of the National Ocean Service Advisor Timothy Callahan Project Supervisor Tom Siewicki
Michael Anthony (1998): Coastal Hazard Mitigation Case Studies Summary Report Internship Sponsor National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Coastal Services Center Advisor Anthony Artuso Project Supervisor Catherine Main
Craig Bachman (2009): Enhancing the Educational Components of a Nature-Based Tourism BusinessInternship Sponsor Nature Adventures Outfitters Advisor Andrea Canberg Project Supervisor Kathie Livingston
Jessica Barton (2007): Virtual Connection for Direct Action: A Case Study of Establishing a Nonprofit Student Chapter Internship Sponsor Coastal Conservation League (CCL) Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Nancy Cregg
David Betenbaugh (2007): Dewees Island Geomorphology Study: A Year in the Life of a Barrier Island Internship Sponsor Deedee Paschal Barrier Island Trust Advisor Leslie Sautter Project Supervisor Allison Bello
Sarah (Billups) Goldstein (1998): Influence of Light on Understory Vegetation Within Closed Canopy Plots and Treefall Gaps in Coastal South Carolina Internship Sponsor USDA Forest Service Southeastern Forest Experiment Station Center for Forested Wetlands Research Advisor Paul Marino Project Supervisor Marianne Burke
Julie Binz (2005): An Assessment of the Difficulties and Opportunities Presented in Operating a Nature-Based Tourism Business Internship Sponsor Sandlapper Water Tours, Inc. Advisor Thomas Fish Project Supervisor Bryan Collins
Sean Blacklocke (1998): The Applicability of an Effluent Trading System for Wastewater Dischargers on the Cooper River, Charleston, South Carolina Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) Charleston Harbor Project Advisor Anthony Artuso Project Supervisor Heyward Robinson
Ryan Bollinger (2009): Habitat Mapping and land management Plan Development for a Barrier island Conservation Community (Dewees Island, South Carolina) Internship Sponsor Dewees Island Property Owners Association, Environmental Programs Board Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Lorid Sheridan Wilson
Erica Boyce (2002): Developing Self-Led High School Programs for Caw Caw Interpretive Center Internship Sponsor Charleston County Park & Recreation Commision Caw Caw Interpretive Center Advisor Leslie Sautter
Stacy Brooks (2003): Investigation, Techniques and Applications of Public Outreach for Environmental Policy Issues Internship Sponsor South Atlantic Fishery Management Council Advisor Angela Halfacre Project SupervisorKim Iverson
Samantha Bruce (2009): The Development fo the South Carolina Coastal Information Network and Web SiteInternship Sponsor South Carolina Coastal Information Network Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor April Turner
Stephanie (Brown) Luebbering (2001): Environmental Science Outreach Internship Sponsor Charleston Lead Education Program (partnership of MUSC, SC DHEC, and US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) AdvisorJoEllyn McMillan Project Supervisor Glen Fleming
William Brown (2007): An Evaluation of the South Carolina Clean Vessel Act Program (SC-CVA) Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Advisor Leslie Sautter Project Supervisor Scott Meister
Derek Buzhardt (2010): Modeling a Fuel Spill in Charleston HarborInternship Sponsor College of Charleston's Lowcountry Hazards Center Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Norm Levine
Robert Campbell (2011): Creating Geological Science Education Opportunities for SC Grade Levels Three and Eight Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resource's Carolina Coastal Discovery ProgramAdvisor Scott Harris Project Supervisor Louis Heyward
Kelly (Canter) Dannenfelser (2000): An Assessment of the Intergovernmental Coordination Among Planners and Policymakers in the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Region, South Carolina Internship Sponsor Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Dorothy McFalls
Jayson Carey (2008): Identification and Characterization of a Novel Organism found in the Bladder and Urine of Loggerhead Sea Turtles Internship Sponsor South Carolina Aquarium Advisor Karen Burnett Project Supervisor Thomas Sheridan
Stacey Carlson (2001): Using Geographic Information Systems to Construct a Management Scenario for the Harbor Seal (Phoca vitulina richardsi) in the Event of an Oil Spill Internship Sponsor National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Coastal Services Center Advisor Mitchell Colgan Project Supervisor Pace Wilber
Julia Carter (2010):Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as a Tool for Characterizing the Charleston-North-Charleston Urbanized Area to Guide Stormwater Education and Outreach Programming Internship Sponsor The Ashley Cooper Stormwater Education Consortium Advisor Briget Doyle Project Supervisor David Joyner
Alicia Carvajal (2003): South Carolina Lowcountry Farmworkers: An Assessment of Their Health Care Needs and Investigation of Their Knowledge, Behavior and Perceptions Toward Exposure to Agricultural PesticidesInternship Sponsors Student Action with Farmworkers, Migrant Health Program of SC DHEC, Sea Island Medical Center, Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Carolyn Davis
Christian Chamblee (2005): Planning for the Future of Natural Resources in South Carolina's Coastal Counties and Communities Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Debra Hernandez
Shane Chasteen (2000): The Development of Two NOAA Web Sites Addressing Natural Hazards and Environmental Issues in the Pacific Northwest Internship Sponsor National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Advisor Michael Katuna Project Supervisor Tony LaVoi
Ryan Clarke (2005): A GIS Model for Identifying Lands Critical to Conservation in the South Carolina Lowcountry Internship Sponsor Lowcountry Open Land Trust Advisor Norman Levine Project Supervisor Anna Nygaard
Franklin Clum (1998): An Evaluation of Hexavalent Chromium NPDES Permit Violations on Shipyard CreekAdvisor June Mirecki Project Supervisor Philippe Ross
Jay Coady (2010): An Assessment of Planning Theories Through the Folly Beach Comprehensive Plan UpdateInternship Sponsor Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments Advisor Kevin Keenan Project Supervisor Greg Lipscomb
Gretchen Coll (2010): Sea Turtle Nest Management: Examining the Use of Relocation as a Management Tool on Three South Carolina Beaches Internship Sponsor Edisto Beach State Park Advisor David Owens Project Supervisor DuBose Griffin
Jeremy Conkle (2006): Remediation of Hog Island Inlet: Site Overview and Assessment Factors Influencing Site Cleanup Internship Sponsor Earth Tech Emergency Response and Remediation Services (ERRS) Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Ann-Alyssa King
Maegan Cooper (2009): Development of a Volunteer Recruitment and Retention Program for Loggerhead Sea Turtle Nest Management Activites at Edisto Beach State Park Internship Sponsor Edisto Beach State Park AdvisorJohn Peters Project Supervisor Andrea Grabman
Justin Core (2004): Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as a Tool for Land Preservation and Management at Kiawah Island, SC Internship Sponsor Kiawah Island Natural Habitat Conservancy Advisor Norman Levine Project Supervisor Norman Norton
Kimberly Counts (2008): Needs Assessment for Adult Conservation Education Pertaining to the Implementation and Evaluation of a Public Community-Based Program in Charleston, SC Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Advisor Leslie Sautter Project Supervisor Elizabeth Vernon
Erica Cunningham (2003): Sea Grant Initiative to Accelerate Implementation of Retrofit Measures for Improving the Wind Resistance of Homes Internship Sponsor National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium Advisor Steven Jaume Project Supervisor John Dwyer
Niall Cytryn (2008): Development of a Green Building Materials and Services Directory for South CarolinaInternship Sponsor The Sustainability Institute Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Bryan Cordell
Jason Daniels (2008): Can a Consumer Significantly Increase Fuel Efficiency while Decreasing Emissions without Buying a New Car? Internship Sponsor Simple Energy Solutions, Inc. Advisor James Neff Project Supervisor James Swinkin
Mary Davis (2007): Tern Restoration on Penikese Island, MA: Management as a Tool to Increase Abundance and Productivity on an Historic Nesting Island Internship Sponsor Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife Advisor Melissa Hughes Project Supervisor Carolyn Mostello
Marian Dicas (2003): An Assessment of the Effect of Stakeholder Goals and Motivations on the Coordination Effort Associated with the Project: 'Beach Nourishment: A Decision-Maker's Guide for Beaches of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico' Internship Sponsors National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)Coastal Services Center Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Jeffery Adkins
Kelly Dietrich (2001): An Approach to Achieving a Strong Safety Culture in the Workplace through Safety Programs and Policies that Work Internship Sponsor Earth Tech Advisor Lee Lidner Project Supervisor Fred Cooper
Jon Dimaano (2002): Bioaccumulation of Waterborne Copper by the Grass Shrimp, Palaemonetes pugio Internship Sponsors National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Ocean Service (NOS)Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research (CCEHBR) Advisor Erin Beutel Project Supervisor Lou Ann Reed
Tracy Duffy (2007): Response to Environmental Change in the Lowcountry of South Carolina Internship SponsorThe City of Charleston and the Town of Mount Pleasant Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Christopher Morgan
Joseph Dukes (2004): College of Charleston Greenhouse Gas Audit and Environmental in the Lowcountry: A Portfolio Internship Sponsors South Carolina Sustainable Universities Initiative Lowcountry Earth Force AdvisorJames Neff Project Supervisor Kirk Anne Taylor
Sara (Everett) Stamp (2003): Complications, Solutions and Uses of the State Marine Managed Area InventoryInternship Sponsor Coastal States Organization Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor John Lopez
Elizabeth Fairey (2003): EPA Associate in the Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds Internship SponsorEnvironmental Protection Agency Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds Advisor Jered Carr Project Supervisor Kathleen Hurld
Alison Floyd (2006): The Effects of the SWANCC Decision on Isolated Wetlands in South Carolina InternshipSponsor Coastal Conservation League Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Christie McGregor
Laura (Goldfarb) Swingle (2003): Effects of Environmental and Operant Conditioning on Captive North American River Otters (Lontra canadensis) Internship Sponsor South Carolina Aquarium Advisor David Gentry Project Supervisor Rachel Metz
José Goncalves (2010): Sustainable Remodeling - A Plan to Rehabilitate Historic Residential Charleston, South Carolina Internship Sponsor Charleston Board of Architectural Review Advisor Kendra Stewart Project SupervisorRich Estes
Tony Gonzalez (2008): A Comparison Study of the Disposal Methods, Processes, and Economic Efficiency of Hazardous Wastes of the United States Coast Guard Sector Charleston and the Local Fishing Industry Internship Sponsor United States Coast Guard Sector Charleston Advisor Kem Fronabarger Project Supervisor David Isenbarger
Andrea Gorno (2008): Hazardous Waste Reduction and Chromic Acid Treatment in a Charleston, South Carolina, Manufacturing Facility Internship Sponsor Robert Bosch, LLC. Advisor Vijay Vulava Project Supervisor Chad Tippey
Meredith Green (2010): Using GIS to Analyze Trends in Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) Strandings near Charleston, SC 1994-2009: The Role of Coastal Development and Human Interaction Internship Sponsor NOAAAdvisor Norman Levine Project Supervisor Wayne McFee
DuBose Griffin (2002): GIS Analysis of Inter-nesting Habitat, Migratory Corridors, and Resident Foraging Areas of the Loggerhead Sea Turtle (Caretta caretta) Along the Southeast Coast Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Advisor Jeremy Browning Project Supervisor Sally Murphy
Amy Gutierrez (2010): Implementation of a Marsh Bird Monitoring Program at Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge in Awendaw, SC Internship Sponsor Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge Advisor Briget Doyle Project Supervisor Sarah Dawsey
Aimee (Hardman) Morrow (2003): Water Quality Examination of Small Confined Animal Operations in Impaired Watersheds in Charleston, SC Internship Sponsors Natural Resources Conservation Service Charleston Soil and Water Conservation District Advisor Carl Trettin Project Supervisor Dwayne Mangum
Lucie (Hartley) Cohen (2002):Investigating the Motives, Concerns, and Belief Systems of Conservation Easement Donors: A Case Study of the Lowcountry Open Land Trust Internship Sponsor Lowcountry Open Land TrustAdvisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Allen Decker
Jennifer Hawthorne (2008): Installation, Maintenance and Reliability of a Continuous Emissions Monitoring System at an Electric Arc Furnace Steel Mill Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Denise Boerst
Sean Heath (2006):The Application of NEPA within the Navy and Design of a Small Animal Survey at MCASBeaufort Internship Sponsor Southern Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command Advisor Dennis Forsythe Project Supervisor Darrell Molzan
Rachel Herold(2011):Development of a South Carolina Junior Master Naturalist Program Internship SponsorsSouth Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) National Atmospheric and Oceanographic Administration (NOAA) Advisor John Peters Project Supervisor Elizabeth Burkett
Amanda Herring (2000):An Evaluation of the Protected Areas Geographical Information System (PAGIS) Internship Program:Has the PAGIS Program Been an Effective Management Tool Within the First Two Years of Implementation? Internship Sponsors South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) National Atmospheric and Oceanographic Administration (NOAA) Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Phil Weinbach
Brad Higerd (2000):A Quantitative Assessment of the Effects of a Group Selection Timber Harvest on Insect Prey of Hooded Warblers Internship Sponsors South Carolina University Research and Education Foundation The United States Department of Energy Advisor Eberhardt Voit Project Supervisor John Kilgo
Jonathan Hopkins (2004): Modern GIS-Based Tools that Provide Spatial Information for Various Stakeholders in Coastal Communities Internship Sponsors National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) Coastal Services Center The Berkeley Charleston Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) Advisor Michael Katuna Project Supervisor Anthony La Voi
John Howell (1997): Effects of Gap Size and Location Within a Gap on Spectral Light and Performance of Woody Vegetation Internship Sponsor United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service Advisor Eberhardt Voit Project Supervisor Martha McKelvin
Stefanie Huffer (2008): Reusing Brownfield Sites: Examination of How Environmental Laws Affect Growth and Redevelopment Internship Sponsor Moore and VanAllen Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Gem McDowell
Justin Hughes (2001): Compliance Assistance Project for Vehicle Maintenance Facilities in the Charleston / North Charleston Community Based Environmental Protection Area Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Advisor Eberhardt Voit Project Supervisor Charles Richter
Robin Humphreys (2000): Development of a GIS-Based Hydrologic Model to Predict Accumulation of Nutrients and Fecal Coliforms in the Coastal Zone Internship Sponsors National Oceanic Atmospheric Association (NOAA)Center For Coastal Environmental Health and BiomolecularResearch Advisor June Mirecki Project SupervisorThomas Siewicki
Mark Jansen (1998): Twenty Year Series Analysis of Satellite Remote Sensor Data to Detect Environmental and Developmental Change Along Coastal Georgia and South Carolina Internship Sponsor Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) Advisor Mitchell Colgan Project Supervisor David Karinhak
Janet Johnson (2007): Storm Surge Simulator Project Internship Sponsor Charleston National Weather ServiceAdvisor Lee Lindner Project Supervisor Frank Alsheimer
John Johnson (1998): Taking Legislation: Legislative Research on H.3591, the Property Rights Act, and Participation on the Lobbying Task Force to Defeat the Bill in the Senate Internship Sponsor South Carolina Coastal Conservation League Advisor Anthony Artuso Project Supervisor Nancy Vinson
Angela Jones (2005): GIS Applications of Shoreline Data for Coastal Resource Managers Internship SponsorNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) Coastal Services Center Advisor Norm Levine Project Supervisor Michael Rink
Michael Jordan (2000): Evaluation of the Monitoring and Recovery Well Operation to Determine Potential Off-Site Migration of Trichloroethene at the Former Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Systems Facility Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Advisor June Mirecki Project SupervisorChristine Sanford-Coker
Rebecca Keller (2011): Encouraging Organized Growth of Charleston County: Developing an Energy and Sustainability Element to be Incorporated into the Charleston County Comprehensive Plan Internship SponsorCharleston County Zoning and Planning Department Advisor M. Scott Harris Project Supervisor Andrea Pietras
Paul Korchari (2004): Inquiry-Based Learning in the Science Classroom: Web-Based Activities Internship SponsorNational Science Foundation (NSF) GK-12 Fellowship Program Project Oceanica Advisor Leslie Sautter Project Supervisor Meta Van Sickle
Kathy Kowalchick (2010): Evaluating the Educational Effectiveness of the Sea Turtle Exhibits at the South Carolina Aquarium Internship Sponsor South Carolina Aquarium Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Whit McMillan
Elizabeth (Lanier) White (2001): Charleston Peninsula Business District Waste Audit: An Analysis of the Waste Stream Internship Sponsor Charleston County Solid Waste Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Linda Slater
Dave Lansbury (2006): Key Concepts for Facilitating Watershed Conservation Initiatives Internship Sponsor Trout Unlimited Mattole Restoration Council Advisor Patrick Hurley Project Supervisor Nathaniel Gillespie
Christina Lanzieri (2012): Assessing the Population Demographics and Habitat Preferences of the Diamondback Terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) Within the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge and Implications for Conservation Management Internship Sponsor Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge (CRNWR) Advisor David Owens Project Supervisor Sarah Dawsey
Benjamin Leigh (2007): Employing the Bicycle Level of Service Standard to the Charleston Regional Transportation Infrastructure Internship Sponsor Charleston Moves Advisor Lindeke Mills Supervisor Tracy Mckee
Sara (Litchult) Spring (2005): An Analysis of Recreational Fish Tagging Data and Development of a Fish Tagging Training Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) Advisor Kem Fronabarger Project Supervisor Robert Wiggers
Emily Long (2009): Methods and Technologies for Reducing Particulate Matter Pollution from Port Facilities in Charleston, South Carolina Internship Sponsor Coastal Conservation League Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Nancy Vinson
Lauren Christine Long (2007): The Development of a Marine Conservation Action Plan for the Sewee-Santee-Winyah Estuarine Complex Internship Sponsor The Nature Conservancy Advisor Lindeke S. Mills Project SupervisorMary Conley
William Lowry (1997): LAW Engineering - Environmental Assessments Internship Sponsor LAW Engineering and Environmental, Inc. Advisor Phil Dustan Project Supervisor Allen Conger
Catherine Main (1997): Coastal Information Management Survey Advisor Arthur Felts Project Supervisor Anne Miglarese
Anna Martin (2009): Stakeholder Analysis of the Ace Basin Coastal Training Program: Evaluating Program Impacts Within Coastal Decision Makers' Communities in Southern Coastal Counties of South Carolina Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Rebekah Szivak
Mary-Catherine Martin (2005): Management of Nesting Atlantic Loggerhead Sea Turtles (Caretta caretta) on Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge Internship Sponsor United States Fish and Wildlife Service Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge Advisor Dennis Forsythe Project Supervisor Sarah Dawsey
Ryan Martino (2004): The Development and Implementation of an Environmental Management System for Fort Sumter Tours, Spiritline Cruises Internship Sponsor Fort Sumter Tours, Spiritline Cruises Advisor Lindeke MillsProject Supervisor Rick Mosteller
Christopher R. McCoslin (2009): The Execution of the Environmental Management Standard ISO 14001:2004, and the Professional Certification for the Medical University of South Carolina, University Risk ManagementInternship Sponsor Medical University of South Carolina Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Elizabeth White
Keith McCullough (2005): GIS/Database Creation for Charleston Transects Program Data Internship SponsorNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Coastal Services Center Advisor Leslie Sautter Project Supervisor Eugene Olmi
Stacey McDaniel (2001): Brownfields Internship Project: Phase One Report on Metal Trades, Inc. Site AdvisorJune Mirecki Project Supervisor Jeremy Browning
Sarah McGuire (2005): Facilitating the Integration of Marine Science into the Curriculum through Product Development for K-8 Classrooms Internship Sponsor COASTeam Advisor Leslie Sautter Project Supervisor Rachel McEvers
Jason McMaster (2008): Sustainable Management and Outreach for Impaired Shellfish Waters in the Rural Coastal Zone of South Carolina Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control Advisor Reid Wiseman Project Supervisor Lisa Hajjar
Lauren Melzack (2004): Coordination of Wildlife Rehabilitation Services in Southeastern South CarolinaInternship Sponsor Charles Towne Landing State Park Animal Forest Advisor Melissa Hughes Project SupervisorDaniel Shillito
Marian (Mitchell) Page (2002): Using Geographic Information Systems Software to Analyze the Capacity of Wood Stork Nesting Colonies in Relation to Wetland Availability Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Tom Murphy
Gregory Mitchum (1999): Method Development for Determination of Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Chlorinated Pesticides in the Blubber of Marine Mammals using Accelerated Solvent Extraction, Automated Gel Permeation and Florisil Chromatography Internship Sponsor National Ocean Service, Charleston LaboratoryAdvisor Michael Schmidt Project Supervisor Larry Hansen
Sarah Mooney (2010): Making Cents of Parkland Worth through the Development of a Transferable FrameworkInternship Sponsor The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission Advisor Michael Kirschman Project Supervisor Mark Madden
Alan Moore (2010): Is there a Future for Local Food? Small-Scale Farming in Lowcountry South Carolina and an Initiative to Strengthen a Local Food System Internship Sponsor Lowcountry Local First Advisor Angela HalfacreProject Supervisor Jamee Haley
Elizabeth Mullins (2006): How are Coastal Habitats and Associated Species Being Protected through Conservation Development Practices? Case Studies of High End "Green" Developments along the Southeastern Coast Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Advisor Allan Strand Project Supervisor David Whitaker
Deborah Murphy (2010): Evaluation of the Timeline of a United States Army Corps of Engineers Individual Permit - Charleston District. Internship Sponsor Army Core of Engineers Advisor Dr. Thomas Kent Project Supervisor Dr. Richard Darden
Steven O'Shields (2002): Evaluation of a Sea Grant Extension Program: The Case of SC Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) Internship Sponsor South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Michael Rink
Ashley (Padgett) Bradley (2000): Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act: Addressing Legislative Goals and Stakeholder Concerns Internship Sponsors Institute of the North Alaska Pacific University Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Malcolm Roberts
Joy Parikh (2002): Integrating AutoCAD Facility Data into an Environmental GIS Database for Impact Assessment Using Marshall Space Flight Center as a Model Internship Sponsors NASA Environmental Office Lockheed Martin Space Operations Stennis Space Center Advisor Cassandra Runyon
Brooke Pehr (2006): Evaluation of a Field and Lab-Based Research Experience for Undergraduates: The Transects Program Internship Sponsor South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium Southeast Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence (COSEE-SE) Advisor Leslie Sautter Project Supervisor Lundie Spence
Matthew Perkinson (2007): Quantifying the Seafood Consumption Patterns of Recreational Anglers in Charleston and Berkeley Counties, South Carolina: The USC Sportsman Study Internship Sponsor University of South Carolina Advisor John Vena Project Supervisor Deborah Laska
Lana Pinera-Pasquino (2006): Patterns of Antibiotic Resistance in Bacteria Isolated from Marine Turtles Internship Sponsors South Carolina Aquarium National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Advisor David Owens
Heather Rain (2007): Experiences in Environmental Education: Developing and Implementing Programs for the Elementary Level Internship Sponsor South Eastern Wildlife and Environment Education Association, Inc. (SEWEE Association) and Stormwater Education Division of the Department of Public Service, City of Charleston Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Sarah McCrary
Jocelyn Ramsey (2003): The Role of the Charleston Bump in the Early Life History of Fishes Internship SponsorSouth Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) Marine Resources Division Advisor George Sedberry Project Supervisors George Sedberry and Jack McGovern
Henrietta (Ravenel) Richardson (2004): An Analysis of Economic Development Practices in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester Council of Government Through an Inventory of the Available Industrial Sites Internship Sponsor Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) Advisor John Bretting Project Supervisor Becky Ford
Rachel Rein (2011): Identification and Gastric Distribution of Anisakid Parasites (phylum: Nematoda) of Pygmy Sperm Whales (Kogia breviceps) Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR)National Atmospheric and Oceanographic Administration (NOAA) Primary Research Advisor Isaure deBuron Project Supervisor Wayne McFee
Megan Rekow (2004): Development of a Field Study to Facilitate a South Carolina Coastal Marsh (Hummock) Island Management Strategy Internship Sponsors South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR),South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management Advisor Robert Boyles Project Supervisor David Whitaker
Gwen Richards (2010): Organizing a Grassroots Campaign Concerning Cruise Ship Expansion in Charleston, SC Internship Sponsors The South Carolina Coastal Conservation League Advisor Lindeke Mills Project SupervisorNancy Vinson
Michelle Robbins (2003): Educating the Medical Profession on How to Assist their Disabled Patients in Obtaining Social Security Benefits Internship Sponsor Law Office of Richard J. Paul Advisor Susan Morrison Project Supervisor Attorney Richard J. Paul
Ryan Robol (2002): Determining an Alternative Food Source for Feeding Queen Conch, Strombus gigas, Juveniles in a Large-Scale Mariculture Hatchery Internship Sponsor Harbor Branch Oceanographic InstituteAdvisor George Sedberry Project Supervisor Megan Davis-Hodgkins
Rebecca Rockholt (2007): Observations on the Effects of Relocation on Sea Turtle Hatching Success and a Sea Turtle Curriculum Guide: A Two-Part Internship Internship Sponsor Edisto Beach State Park Advisor Kem Fronabarger Project Supervisor Elaine Freeman
Joseph Andrew Ruocco (2007): Remediation of a Petroleum Contaminated Groundwater Site Utilizing Multi-Phase Extraction: Assessment and Overview Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) Advisor Vijay Vulava Project Supervisor Larry Mattila
Scott Rutzmoser (2001): Assessing the Percent Cover of Phragmites australis in the Ace Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve, South Carolina Internship Sponsors South Carolina Department of Natural Resources National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Advisor Cassandra Runyon Project Supervisor Phillip Weinbach
Sara (Saksewski) Windjue (2003): Producing an Online Tool concerning the Identification of Commonly Found Mollusks in the Southeastern United States Internship Sponsor Project Oceanica Advisor Leslie Sautter Project Supervisor Arla Jessen
Jennifer Saunders (2012): Growing Connections: Understanding the Role of Higher Education in Charleston's Urban Agriculture Movement Internship Sponsor Lowcountry Local First Advisor Tracy Burkett Project SupervisorNicole Seibert
Amy Scaroni (2006): Comprehensive Assessment of a Nature-based Tourism Operation: A Manual for Sustainability Internship Sponsor Kiawah Island Golf Resort Advisor Briget Doyle Project Supervisor Elisabeth King
Katherine (Schaefer) Nielsen (2002): Essential Components for Maintaining a Successful Monitoring Program Internship Sponsors National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research (CCEHBR) Advisor George Sedberry Project Supervisor Steve Morton
Kate Scharstein (2003): The Charleston/North Charleston Community-Based Environmental Protection Project (CCBEP): An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Compliance Assistance Initiative Internship SponsorsDepartment of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) - Division of Environmental Quality Control (EQC)DHEC - Ocean and Coastal Resource Management (OCRM) United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Charles Richter
Rebecca Scheimann (2001): A Research Program Peer Review Design Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Marine Resources Division (SCDNR-MRD) Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor David Whitaker
Julie (Schoen) Legg (2000): A Pro-Active Approach to Septic System Management in Folly Beach Internship Sponsors Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) DHEC - Ocean and Coastal Resource Management (OCRM) Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Tommy Hall
Mary Scianna (2002): The Effects of Beach Nourishment Projects on Nesting Preferences in Loggerhead Sea Turtles (Caretta caretta) on South Carolina's Beaches Internship Sponsors United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Advisor David Owens Project Supervisor Alan Shirey
Laura Seraydarian (2006): Bridging the Gap between Formal and Informal Education: An Earth System Science Curriculum Prepared for Ecotourism Internship Sponsor Barrier Island Ecotours Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Holly Blair
Elizabeth (Sheffield) Fero (2000): The Ever-Changing Beach: Environmental Education and Coastal GeologyInternship Sponsors Burney Fair Environmental Education Center, Dewees Island, SC Advisor Leslie Sautter Project Supervisor Arla Jessen
Nicole Denise Seibert (2009): From Discourses to Doorknobs: the "Construction" of Green Affordable HousingInternship Sponsors Sea Island Habitat for Humanity, Sea Island Habitat for Humanity Advisor Marica SnyderProject Supervisor Christa Lewis
Susannah Sheldon (2003): Case Studies of Beachfront Management in South Carolina: Evaluation of Stakeholder Perspectives and Participation Internship Sponsor South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium AdvisorRobert Boyles, Jr. Project Supervisor Robert Boyles, Jr.
Kevin Short (2000): Evaluation of Cabbage (Brassica oleracea L. capitata group) Accessions in the US Plant Introduction Collection for General Phenotype and Horticultural Characteristics Internship Sponsor United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Research Service (ARS) Advisor Paul Marino Project SupervisorMark Farnham
Shannon Simpson (2003): Nonprofit Evaluation: Criteria for Evaluation of the Sustainability Institute Internship Sponsor The Sustainability Institute Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Michele Bull
Stefanie Simpson (2010): An Assessment of Beaufort Regional Coastal Decision-Maker Knowledge Regarding Shoreline Change Internship Sponsor South Carolina Coastal Information Network Advisor Annette WatsonProject Supervisor Rebekah Szivak
Michael Sine (2006): Stewardship Coordinator Project Internship Sponsor The Mount Pleasant Open Space Foundation Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Tracey Stapleton
Legare Smith (2003): Shoaling Assessment Study at Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina Internship Sponsor General Engineering and Environmental Advisor Cassandra Runyon Project Supervisor John Edward Buxton
Katie Snipe (2010): An Analysis of Nest Counts and Band Recovery Data of Black Skimmers (Rynchops niger) in South Carolina Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Advisor Melissa HughesProject Supervisor Felicia Sanders
Chris Sonekan (2000): Experimental Investigation of a Theory for Stratified Ocean Convection Internship Sponsors Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) Geophysical FLuid Dynamics (GFD) Program AdvisorLee Lindner Max Sparwasser (1999): Human Health Risk Assessment Internship with Woodward-Clyde International-Americas Internship Sponsor Woodward-Clyde Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor J. Garrison
Michael Sutherland (2010): Monitoring of Shoal-Bypassing and Resultant Effects upon Beach Morphology, Dewees Island, SC Internship Sponsor Dewees Island Property Owners Association Advisor Norman Levine Project Supervisor Lori Sheridan
Ben Stone (2010): Determination of the Amount of Oyster Shell Available for Recycling across the State of South Carolina through the use of Surveys Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resourcesand The Nature Conservancy Advisor Annette Watson Project Supervisor Nancy Hadley
Laurence Sutley (2011): Content Assessment for a South Carolina Low Impact Development (LID) ManualInternship Sponsor The ACE Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve's Coastal Training Program AdvisorLayne West Project Supervisor Rebekah Walker
Gregg Swanson (2009): Stakeholder Participation and Public Outreach in the Fisheries Management Process Internship Sponsor South Atlantic Fishery Management Council Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Kim Iverson
Elizabeth Symon (2012): The Transects Program: The Evaluation of the Role of Undergraduates Utilizing At-Sea Data for Quality Oceanographic Research Internship Sponsor National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Phytoplankton Monitoring Network (PMN) Advisor Gorka Sancho Project Supervisor Steve Morton
Brett Taysom (2010): Surveying and Management of South Carolina's Coastal Hammock Islands Internship Sponsor South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Advisor Courtney Murren Project Supervisor Billy McCord
Rachel Teller (2005): Enhancing Environmental Science Education: Online Educational Resource and Classroom and Field Experiences Internship Sponsor GK-12 Project Inquiry of the National Science Foundation AdvisorLeslie Sautter Project Supervisor Arla Jessen
Jonathan Thigpen (2003): Evaluating the Implementation Difficulties Associated with the Phase II NPDES Stormwater Regulations in the Greater Charleston Region Internship Sponsor Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Andrea Pietras
Allison Turza (2002): Evaluating Energy and Environmental Design: Green Building Projects in the US Internship Sponsor Alliance to Save Energy (Washington, D.C.) Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor David Hamilton
Elizabeth Vernon (2007): A Model for Land Conservation: The Public-Private Partnerships of the ACE Basin Project Internship Sponsor Ace Basin Project Advisor Braxton Davis Project Supervisor J.W. Haynie
Paige Vollmer (2005): An Interdisciplinary Synthesis of Information about the Ashepoo-Combahee-Edisto (ACE) Basin for the Development of a Comprehensive Land-Use Planning Tool Internship Sponsor South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium Advisor Tom Fish Project Supervisor April Turner
Glenn vonRosenberg (2003): Assessing the Value of Environmental Resources Affected by Various Development Patterns Internship Sponsor Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments Advisor Leslie Sautter Project Supervisor Dan Hatley
James Weeg (2005): Confirmatory Sampling and Report Preparation for a Former Chemical Distribution Facility, Charlotte, NC Internship Sponsor Advent Environmental, Inc. Advisor Norm Levine Project Supervisor Larry Fowler
Wendy (Wicke) Perry (2003): Implementing a Biodiversity Program for the Corporate Environment Internship Sponsor British Petroleum (BP) Cooper River Plant, Wando, SC Advisor Cassandra Runyon Project SupervisorJames Ernie Nelson
Jennifer Wiedower (2006): Cultivating a Statewide Network of Land Use Planning Leaders: Coordination of a South Carolina District Council of the Urban Land Institute Internship Sponsor The Urban Land Institute Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor John Knott, Jr.
Timothy Willard (2009): Testing the Efficiency of Residential Energy Conservation Kits in Reducing Monthly Consumption of Water and Energy Internship Sponsor The Sustainability InstituteAdvisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Bryan Cordell
Lisa Wilson (2005): An Assessment of Biophysical Data Available for Wilderness Areas Within the National Forest System Internship Sponsor USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Research Work Unit FS-SRS-4103, Center for Forested Wetlands Research Advisor Norman Levine Project Supervisor Carl Trettin
Rachel Worthen (2009)): Marine Spatial Planning in the Carolinian Ecoregion: An Assessment of Federal and State Management Internship Sponsor The Nature Conservancy Advisor Lindeke Mills Project Supervisor Mary Conley
Katherine Zimmerman (2004): Student Perspectives about Challenging Motivation and Activism: Lessons Learned from Implementing an Environmental Education Campaign on a Southern U.S. College Campus Internship Sponsor Sustainable Universities Initiative Advisor Angela Halfacre Project Supervisor Patricia Jerman