Dr. Pollock is a full professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Duquesne University. With degrees in physics and biophysics, he has carried out continuously funded research on the nervous system since the 1980’s. He currently runs a research program focused on the biology of chronic pain…
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Stephanie began as an intern for The Partnership in Education as an undergraduate at Duquesne and has continued working primarily on digital media projects for…
After completing the Applied Media Arts program at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2008, Gabriel Enck went to work designing online courseware for students in grades 6-12. Since 2014…
Danielle is a longtime collaborator with The Partnership in Education. A freelance writer with a B.A. from Carnegie Mellon, she has worked on both the creative and and promotional ends of…
The Partnership in Education is currently accepting resumes for our internship positions.
The Partnership is a program located at Duquesne University that is passionate about improving STEM education and health literacy. Funded in part by the National Institutes of Health, we specialize in creating innovative, hands-on educational products that make science engaging and fun for teachers, their students, and learners of all ages.
Weekly assignments will be given with the ability to work independently, but with support and guidance as needed. As an intern at the Partnership, you can expect to have a flexible schedule with the opportunity to work remotely, while attending weekly team meetings with your supervisor to discuss your progress.
To apply, submit a current resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.