Baylor Excellence in Applied Research (BEAR) Program

Warriors Research Institute recently launched the Baylor Excellence in Applied Research (BEAR) Program, an internship program that provides Baylor University students practical mental health research experience.

Interns are supervised by Dr. Gulliver and research staff.  Interns are trained in data entry/cleaning, data management, literature reviews, manuscript writing and reviewing, coordinating research materials, screening participants and more.  Interns have the opportunity to author a poster, gain experience using SPSS, gain experience in grantsmanship, be mentored in writing curriculum vitas and personal statements, develop connections in the mental health field and gain recommendations from mentors. Download BEAR Program for more information

Program Timeline - Fall

  • April – Application opens
  • May – Applications due
  • Early May – Qualified applicants are interviewed
  • Late May – Interns are selected and notified
  • June and July – Interns complete Baylor Scott & White onboarding
  • Late August – Fall classes begin and internship begins
  • Early May – Spring classes end and internship ends

Program Timeline - Spring

  • October – Application opens
  • November – Applications due
  • Late November – Qualified applicants are interviewed
  • Early December – Interns are selected and notified
  • December and January – Interns complete Baylor Scott & White onboarding
  • Early January – Spring classes begin and internship begins
  • Early May – Spring classes end and internship ends

Students may re-apply to extend their internship for multiple semesters.

For more information, contact Michelle Pennington at Michelle.Pennington@BSWHealth.org

Download application


Past BEAR Interns

  • Paulina Devora — Fall 2016
  • Tessa Denman — Spring 2016
  • Sara Frank — Spring 2017
  • Ilse Vielma — Spring 2017

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