With the guidance of their Faculty Mentors, students will work on research projects in a wide range of areas, including the social sciences, the natural sciences, and arts and humanities.
Once their research is complete, students will participate in Research Poster Presentation Day where they will present their findings to other students, faculty, staff and guests of the University of New Haven.
Seminars will be held in the beginning and end of the program (June - August) to provide students with even more opportunities to learn and grow through networking, sharing their experiences, and learning about their colleagues' areas of interest. Guest speakers will also attend the seminars to discuss their own research and professional accomplishments. These activities will offer students a unique, educational and professional experience that will help them attain their academic and professional goals in the future.
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2017 Projects Coming Soon
- Beginning in 2015, participation in the SURF Program will be indicated on students' Academic Transcripts as a non-credit course.