Internship Contacts by Department and School
Contacting a Faculty Member
Your first step in pursuing an academic internship is contacting the internships coordinator in your major. They will be able to tell you if your department offers academic credit for internships, and what specific classes you can take to get this credit.
If your major is listed below, please contact the faculty member directly to begin your academic internship journey. However, if your major is not listed below, contact us at the Center for Experiential Learning!
List of Contact Information (By School Major)
African Studies & the African Diaspora offers an academic internship course AFR397 Capstone/Internship in African Studies and the African Diaspora.
For more information about this internship course, please contact Brian Endless at email@example.com.
Anthropology offers an academic internship ANTH396 through the senior capstone experience. For more information, visit the Capstone Experience page.
Biology offers an academic internship experience through the class BIOL 398. To register for this class, students must fill out this form.
If you are interning with the Hospitalist Program at the University of Chicago, please contact Dr. Bryan Pickett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For general inquiries about academic internships in Biology, please contact Dr. Jim Cheverud at email@example.com
Bioinformatics offers an internship experience through the class BIOI 398. Students must complete 3 credit hours to receive Engaged Learning credit.
For more information, visit the Bioinformatics Careers and Internship page: http://luc.edu/bioinformatics/careers/.
For further information on academic internships in Bioinformatics, contact Dr. Catherine Putonti at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The School of Communication offers various academic internship opportunities. To learn more, visit the School of Communications internships resource page.
Criminal Justice offers academic internship experiences within areas of corrections, courts, investigations, law enforcement, public defender, research and even victim witness advocacy. All of these internships fall under the course CRMJ 390 which is the Criminal Justice Field Practicum. For more information on eligibility, procedures and responsibilities of this course, visit the Department of Criminal Justice internship program site.
For further information on academic internships in Criminal Justice and criminology, contact Jona Goldschmidt at email@example.com.
The School of Education offers ELPS 265 as an academic internship course. Students focus on Cultural and Educational Policy Studies.
English offers two academic internship experiences in English through ENGL 394 and an Internship in Adult Literacy through ENGL 393 based within the Literacy Center at Loyola University Chicago. More information on the Literacy Center can be found here: http://www.luc.edu/literacy/. For more information on these two courses, visit the Department of English internships site.
Information on academic internships in Environmental Science can be found on the ENVS 395 website here: http://www.luc.edu/sustainability/academics/envs395internshipcourse/.
For information on academic internships in Environmental Studies, contact Christopher Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information on academic internships in Dance can be found on the DANC 394 website here.
Information on Fine Arts Academic Internships, FNAR 368: Gallery Internships or FNAR 380/FNAR 381 Visual Communication can be found here.
Information on academic internships in Theater, THTR 494 can be found here.
For information on academic internships in Forensics, contact Garry Bombard at email@example.com.
French offers FREN 395 as an academic internship course.
For further information on French academic internships, contact Lisa Erceg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global & International Studies offers an academic internships course, GIST 370, Internship in International Studies. For more information, click here.
For further information on academic internships in International Studies, contact Chris Hasselmann at email@example.com.
History offers academic internship experiences through the course HIST 398, the History Undergraduate Internship Program. For step by step information on applying, and specific internships offered through this program, visit the Department of History's internship program site.
For further information on academic internship, contact Kyle Roberts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on academic internships in Human Services, contact Layla Suleiman Gonzalez at email@example.com.
Italian offers an academic internship course, ITAL 395 both in Chicago and on the Rome Campus. Students work 4-8 hours per week.
Music offers MUSC 394 as an academic internship course. Students complete a minimum of 50 hours of internship experience.
For information on academic internships in Polish Studies, contact Bozena McLees at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Political Science offers an academic internship experiences through the course PLSC 370. Permission is need to register. For more information visit the Department of Political Science's course site.
For further information regarding academic internships in Political Science, contact Alex Grigorescu at email@example.com.
Psychology offers PSYC 390 as an academic internship course. To register for this course, students must apply for PSYC 390 the semester before they plan to take it. To learn more about the course and requirements, please visit the Department of Psychology's internship site.
Spanish offers SPAN395 as an academic internship course. Students gain practical experience in reading and writing Spanish.
For more information, contact Dr. Susana Cavallo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women's Studies and Gender Studies offer academic internships through different programs available in the area. For more information, feel free to visit their internships page.
For further information regarding academic internships in Women's Studies and Gender Studies, contact Bren Ortega Murphy at email@example.com.
For further information, please contact:
Cynthia P. Stewart, PhD
Assistant Director, Center for Experiential Learning
Loyola University Chicago