Environmental History Project Intern

Focus Area: Environmental Science, Wildlife & Wildlands Conservation
Institution Name: BYU Law School
Location: Provo, Utah
Application Deadline:
Start Date: 7/9/2018
Wage: $10 per hour


Brigham Daniels, a professor at BYU Law School, is looking for assistance on an environmental history project related to the presidency of Richard Nixon. While there a large number of tasks that will be expected of those hired for the project, some of the most common tasks will be as follows:  listening to and transcribing portions of the Nixon tapes; reviewing and summarizing original historical documents (e.g. memos from staffers within the Nixon White House); traditional library and internet research; managing and organizing documents; editing writing. Those hired will work together as a team and will be expected to attend weekly team meetings. Those hired would be expected to work at least 20 hours a week for the remainder of the summer. The pay is $10 per hour. Interested candidates should send resumes directly to Professor Daniels. He can be reached at danielsb@law.byu.edu.

Contact Information:
Brigham Daniels danilesb@law.byu.edu

Created By:
Featherstone, Janilyn

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