In an accepted paper, I have written my acknowledgments to the funding entities and now I want to also acknowledge the fact that this work was mostly carried out in X place thanks to an internship Funding. However, I am not sure if I should phrase it like that or if there is a typical sentence in these cases.

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Just keep it short and simple. If X provided the internship funding, make sure you say that. But focus, in any case, on the source of funds, not necessarily the place. What you wrote implies that X was the funder, which may be your intention. If it is otherwise, make it more clear.

If the internship has a specific name, mention that as well. "Roy and Dale Rogers Internship for the Study of Late Cowboy Culture".


Ask X how they would like to be acknowledged.

If this was written as part of you internship it could even be the case that it is more appropriate to list X as an affiliation, but that depends on the details of the arrangement.

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