Among the many rippling effects of the coronavirus pandemic, some students have found themselves without the internships that they had planned on taking on over the summer.
Luckily for Kyra Sigler, she has been able to continue her summer internship at the Museum of Natural Sciences. She will be working as a marine biology data curation intern for the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. The senior majoring in biological engineering will work remotely in her role.
“I know that many internship programs have been canceled this summer due to their inability to be converted to a remote format so I feel extremely lucky to have one as applicable as this for the summer,” “Even working remotely, I know I will learn so much about working with big data sets and data curation, all while being able to provide a valuable public resource for researchers everywhere.”