STEM @ NPS 2015

STEM @ NPS 2015

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More than 90 STEM interns flocked to Naval Postgraduate School to aid defense research. NPS' STEM internship program partners with the Office of Naval Research in supporting the Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) and the Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program (NREIP) to bring high school and college students onto campus in the summer. In addition, the university hosts Midshipmen from the U.S. Naval Academy as well as cadets from the U.S. Military and Air Force academies, and maintains active relationships with California State University Monterey Bay and regional high schools. NPS also has a long-standing partnership with nearby Hartnell Community College providing opportunities for students from the Salinas Valley. The interns are partnered with volunteer faculty, and are assigned projects that focus on areas of national security, such as computer science, space systems, renewable energy, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR), and the modeling of virtual environments, among many others.
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USNA TROPIC 2014

USNA TROPIC 2014

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TROPIC is an internship from the US Naval Academy that works with the Hurricane Hunters of the 53rd WRS. In 2014, the internship went from Biloxi to St. Croix and out to Hawaii following several storms and having a little bit of fun along the way.
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Alumni: "Internship Experience" - Joseph, Mike & Tim

Alumni: "Internship Experience" - Joseph, Mike & Tim

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Recent graduates of the Fully Employed MBA Program reflect on their experience: -Joseph Franciskovich (07), Citibank, LA, Investments, Banking Associate (US Air Force Academy, 2002) -Mike Brophy (07), Deutsche Bank, NYC, Investment Banking Leveraged Finance (US Air Force Academy, 2002) -Tim Crawmer (07), Merrill Lynch, NYC, Structured Finance (US Naval Academy, 1999)
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SWIFT 2016

SWIFT 2016

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USNA TROPIC 2012

USNA TROPIC 2012

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2012 USNA TROPIC internship. Planes, St. Croix, Biloxi, Hurricane Hunters, Texas, Ernesto, Isaac, Island Time. Sums it up.
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SWIFT 2015

SWIFT 2015

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Various shots of Columbia crew embark

Various shots of Columbia crew embark

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1. Medium shot of astronaut Rick Husband, commander 2. Medium shot of astronaut Willie McCool, pilot 3. Medium shot of astronaut Laurel Clark, mission specialist 4. Medium shot of astronaut Michael Anderson, payload commander 5. Medium shot of astronaut Kalpana Chawla, mission specialist 6. Medium shot of astronaut David Brown, mission specialist 7. Medium shot of Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon, mission specialist STORYLINE: U.S. Space shuttle Columbia broke apart in flames over Texas on Saturday, killing all seven astronauts just 16 minutes before they were supposed to glide to the ground in Florida. Six Americans and the first Israeli astronaut were on board. The shuttle's commander was Rick Husband, 45, an Air Force colonel from Amarillo, Texas. The former test pilot was selected as an astronaut in 1994 on his fourth try. He made up his mind as a child that that was what he was going to do with his life. Pilot William McCool, 41, was a Navy commander from Lubbock, Texas, and father of three sons. He graduated second in his 1983 class at the Naval Academy and went on to test pilot school, becoming an astronaut in 1996. This was his first spaceflight. Payload commander Michael Anderson was working as an instructor pilot and tactics officer at Plattsburg Air Force Base in New York when NASA selected him in 1994. This made him one of only a handful of black astronauts in the country. He traveled to Russia's Mir space station in 1998. The lieutenant colonel was in charge of Columbia's dozens of science experiments. His home was in Spokane, Washington. Laurel Clark, 41, a Navy diving medical officer aboard submarines, then flight surgeon, became an astronaut in 1996. She was on board Columbia to help with science experiments. She leaves an eight-year-old son and her home was in Racine, Wisconsin. Kalpana Chawla was the first Indian-born woman in space. She was born 41 years ago in Karnal, about 80 miles north of New Delhi, in northern Haryana state. She emigrated to the United States from India in the 1980s and became a U.S. citizen. She became an astronaut in 1994. On her only other spaceflight, in 1997, she made mistakes that sent a science satellite tumbling out of control. Other astronauts had to go on a space walk to capture it. David Brown, 46, was a Navy captain, pilot and doctor. He joined the Navy after a medical internship, and went on to fly the A-6E Intruder and F-18. He became an astronaut in 1996. Columbia's mission was his first spaceflight. Security had been extraordinarily tight for Columbia's 16-day scientific research mission because of the presence of Ilan Ramon, the first Israeli astronaut. Ramon, 48, a colonel in Israel's air force and former fighter pilot, had survived two wars. He became the first man from his country to fly in space, and his presence resulted in an increase in security, not only for Columbia's launch, but also for its planned landing. Space agency officials feared his presence might make the shuttle more of a terrorist target. Ramon served as a fighter pilot in the 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s, flying F-16s and F-4s. He was chosen as Israel's first astronaut in 1997, then moved to Houston the next year to train for shuttle flights. His wife and four children live in Tel Aviv. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4d72da886791e32282da009d984ccd2a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Student internship: MWaves

Student internship: MWaves

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Naval Architecture student Gregor spent last summer in London working for MWaves, an independent marine warranty and offshore engineering company. Find out what he thought about his experience!
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Summer in San Diego

Summer in San Diego

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I made the best out of my internship in San Diego with the Naval Academy. Thanks to all family and friends who made my time feel like paradise!
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My Internship at Khan Academy

My Internship at Khan Academy

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I apologize for my difficulties enunciating; captions are available. For a transcript and more images, see http://david-hu.com/ka-internship-post-mortem.html For more details on the machine learning work, see http://david-hu.com/ka-ml.html Help us revolutionize education - http://khanacademy.org/jobs Sal Khan's TED talk - http://khanacademy.org/r/tedtalk Vi Hart's mathematical doodling - http://youtube.com/vihart
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NASA | Intern Profile – Sarah Roth

NASA | Intern Profile – Sarah Roth

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Sarah Roth, a chemical engineering graduate student from the University of Akron who has always loved space but took an unusual route to get here, discusses her summer internship studying propellant slosh dynamics. For more information about NASA internships, visit http://intern.nasa.gov This video is public domain and can be downloaded at: http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/goto?11560 Like our videos? Subscribe to NASA's Goddard Shorts HD podcast: http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/vis/iTunes/f0004_index.html Or find NASA Goddard Space Flight Center on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NASA.GSFC Or find us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/NASAGoddard
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Living And Working Spaces 1958 US Navy; Shipboard Inspection by Medical Department Personnel

Living And Working Spaces 1958 US Navy; Shipboard Inspection by Medical Department Personnel

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more at http://quickfound.net/links/military_news_and_links.html Shipboard Inspection by Medical Department Personnel: Living and Working Spaces "Details what the medical crew needs to look for when inspecting living and working spaces on a ship." US Navy Training Film MN-8238b Public domain film from the US Navy, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_Corps_(United_States_Navy) The Medical Corps of the United States Navy is a staff corps consisting of military physicians in a variety of specialties. It is the senior corps among all staff corps, second in precedence only to line officers. The corps of commissioned officers was founded on March 3, 1871. Prior to the formal establishment of the corps, ships’ surgeons served without commissions, unless given one by the commanding officer. Those commissions would be for the duration of a specific cruise. However, facing a shortage of trained physicians to serve the needs of the Navy and Marine Corps, the Uniformed Services Health Professions Revitalization Act of 1972 was passed. This was a two-pronged act in which the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and the Health Professions Scholarship Program were created. In both programs, civilians are given a direct commission to the rank of Ensign (O-1) in the United States Navy Reserve which they hold throughout the four years of their medical education. During this time they receive financial assistance on the condition that they meet reservist requirements, maintain military standards, and agree to serve on active duty as physicians. The commitment required is at least 4 years for HPSP and 7 years of service for USUHS students. Upon graduation, the new physicians are promoted to the rank of Lieutenant (O-3) and enter active duty as medical interns (PGY-1) at a Naval Hospital. Upon completion of an internship year, a Navy physician usually is deployed to the fleet as a General Medical Officer, though opportunities also exist to complete full-residency training in the specialty of their choice or undergo 6 months of training to become a Flight Surgeon or Undersea Medical Officer. As of November 2014, VADM Matthew L. Nathan is the 37th Surgeon General of the United States Navy and is the highest-ranking officer of the Medical Corps. The Chief of the Medical Corps is RDML Raquel Bono...
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America's BIGGEST Problem...   Dr. Kirk Parsley

America's BIGGEST Problem... Dr. Kirk Parsley

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America has an ENORMOUS problem that most of us don’t know we have. We’ve heard about this problem, but we don’t think it’s impacting “us” individually. We have a very simple, but not so easy way to fix this problem. But, if we all act collectively, we could literally change the course of America. Dr. Kirk Parsley served as the Undersea Medical Officer at Naval Special Warfare Group One (NSWG-1) from June 2009-Jan 2013. While there he developed and supervised the group’s first sports medicine rehabilitation center. He is a former SEAL (BUD/s class 164), and a graduate of the military’s medical school in Bethesda, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS) in 2004. His internship was in Obstetrics and Gynecology, at Balboa Naval Hospital in 2005. He then completed a Navy residency in Hyperbarics and Diving Medicine in 2006. Doctor Parsley served as Naval Special Warfare’s expert on Sleep Medicine, and has been a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine since 2006. He is certified in hormonal modulation (Age-Management Medicine) and has worked as a consultant for the Life-Wellness Institute, in San Diego. Doctor Parsley has lectured extensively on sleep, wellness, and hormonal optimization. He is currently completing a book on sleep optimization.
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Internship in Africa

Internship in Africa

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Several Cadets from Mass.Maritime embark on a journey to Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya, Africa. While in Africa these cadets spent one month teaching employees of the conservancy Microsoft Excel and other basic computer skills. These International Business students really enjoyed their time on the conservancy and formed new relationships with the locals. In return for the knowledge the workers gained they let the cadets go on amazing safari rides and bush walks. Lastly, on their journey home they had just enough time to enjoy Istanbul, Turkey.
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Army vs Navy (Men's Soccer) at PPL Park- Friday, Nov 8 at 7pm EST

Army vs Navy (Men's Soccer) at PPL Park- Friday, Nov 8 at 7pm EST

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Intern Class of 2013 Graduation

Intern Class of 2013 Graduation

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Naval Medical Center Portsmouth graduated 81 medical interns on June 28, including several Air Force interns. Rebecca Perron reports.
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