The Center for The Study of Science and Religion offers two research internship positions to motivated undergraduate students such that they may have the opportunity to gain hands-on research experiance in the field of medicine. Students perform research projects at the Terence Cardinal Cooke Hospital and Medical Center -- a long-term care facility sponsored by the Archdiocese of New York and affiliated with New York Medical College.
The CSSR-TCC program runs for 10 weeks, from the end of May through the beginning of August. Students work full-time (about 40 hours/week) on independent study projects, under the guidance of medical staff . All fellows are required to write a report and to present their work to the CSSR. Participants receive a stipend of $3000. The CSSR-TCC program is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Science and Religion & The Earth Institute.