A pilot version of the Bioengineering Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program, funded from the Rose Sandholm grant was launched in 2015. The goal is to have selected undergraduate fellows work with faculty mentorship for 10 weeks during the summer, from June 2, 2015 until August 10, 2015 on a bioengineering research project. The fellowship provides each funding to each fellow to be spent on each research project, along with free housing, a stipend, and access to the Kanbar Center.
- SURF 2015 Flyer
- SURF 2015 Project Options
- Link to 2015 Application Form
- Web article on 2015 SURP projects, fellows and mentors (July 2015)