JOEY EDMONDS '22
Genetics and biotechnology major conducts successful DNA research
In order to best protect the health and well-being of our University community, and in accordance with the latest public health guidance, we are requiring the COVID-19 vaccine for all members of our University community. More than 475 colleges and universities across the country – including many of our peer institutions in Connecticut – have implemented this policy to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on their campuses.
Fully vaccinated members of our University community will be able to immerse themselves in work and learning environments featuring pre-pandemics norms for class formats, student life, and other staples of the Charger experience.COVID-19 Info Summer 2021 Info Fall 2021 Planning
One of several faculty-mentored research opportunities available at the University, the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program enables you to develop a proposal for a research project, conduct it while working closely with a faculty member, and present your findings to the campus community.
"The University has a long-term, institution-wide commitment to undergraduate research," said Carol Withers, the program’s director.
"This program prepares our students for a successful future, and it gives them a competitive edge when they apply for national grants and scholarships, graduate programs, and jobs after graduation." Carol Withers, director of the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program
For more information on SURF and the application process, please click the button below.SURF on myCharger