Each summer the Museum houses a research internship, bringing together young scholars and students to study the creative process. The internship focuses on such questions as: the utility of involving creativity within clinical practice, the ability to scientifically study creativity, psychological assessment, and issues related to the psychology of morality. Each student combines their personal research focus with one of the Museum’s objectives and creates a summer thesis project.
The Museum has had student interns from the following schools: Connecticut College, Bennington College, Hampshire College, Vassar College, Penn State, Bucknell University, University of Mary Washington, and Columbia University.
For more information about the internship program, or to apply for the program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.