This report illustrates how to satisfy the various formatting requirements for your final report.
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Check the FAQ page for some ideas. I've included three sample "Abstracts for a General Audience" as well as a sample abstract with properly formatted title and author line.
You can also find a group of items related to completing your poster.
This site features information and suggestions to help you with the OEP and DOE obligations that are a part of your BNL internship. This main page will also provide up-to-date information on the various deadlines that will help all of us manage the summer's work.
Each week you are required to submit a brief report of your week's activities. You should file this report online here at scienceinterns.com prior to picking up your check. Alice will check to make sure that you have completed this weekly obligation. Mel and Noel will also consult your reports to get a general sense of the summer's activities as well as how and what you are doing at BNL.
At least twice during the summer, Mike will call for you to submit your "Abstract for a General Audience." He'll read two drafts of your abstract to make sure that you are following the DOE guidelines. After the first draft, he'll meet with you to discuss the abstract; after the second, he'll return it with his comments and suggestions inserted using Word's "Track changes" and "Comments" features.
Of course, if you wish to have him read the abstract more often or provide another set of eyes on your final report, Mike will be happy to do so.
This menu choice also allows you to update information we use to contact you or other information we may require such as the title of your report, etc.