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SummerLogos-04 The Summer Research Institute (SuRI)Since 2013. SuRI is open to undergraduates in all disciplines. Students are required to identify a faculty mentor with whom they will work during their summer research period and describe the project goal, method, and timeline. Students will be able to live on campus for free for the duration of the research, as long as they are not enrolled for the summer. The program dates run from June 1st – July 31st, although students may move into residence halls Monday following graduation.  Your dates and hours will be negotiated with your mentor. However, there is a mandatory weekly meeting on Thursdays 3:30-4:30 pm. The application deadline is listed below.

Please review the SuRI application questions here and discuss them with your mentor to prepare your answers for the online application below.

 

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The Summer Research Program in the Sciences (SuRPS) – Since 2015.  SuRPS is a competitive program for 26 research assistant positions with faculty in biology, chemistry, or physics. These competitive awards come with free campus housing, meals, and a summer stipend.  Students will be able to preview the project opportunities below and should indicate on the application the top three projects they would like to work on.  The program runs from June 5th – July 28st. Students are expected to work approximately 40 hours per week, and participate in this program as their sole endeavor during this time frame. Students should not have additional employment. The application deadline is listed below.

For faculty research projects for 2017 click here

Please review the faculty projects  and be prepared to rank your top three. Review the rest of the application questions here to be prepared to complete the online application below.

SuRF Emblem white boarderThe Congdon School of Health Sciences – Summer Research Fellowship (SuRF) is a competitive program for 10 research assistant positions with faculty in the Health Sciences. These competitive awards come with free campus housing and a summer stipend.  Students will be able to preview the project opportunities on ScholarBridge.com and will indicate on the application the top three projects they would like to work on. The program runs from June 1st – July 31st. SuRF provides motivated students with opportunities to work closely with faculty to perform intensive mentored research. Students involved in this program publish manuscripts with faculty in esteemed peer-reviewed journals and consistently present their findings at national and international scientific symposium. There is also a mandatory weekly meeting on Thursdays 3:30-4:30 pm from June 1- July 31st.
The application deadline is listed below.

To view student eligibility criteria click here.

For a set of ScholarBridge registration instructions and Mentor names for 2017 click here.

Please review the faculty projects  and be prepared to rank your top three. Review the rest of the application questions here to be prepared to complete the online application below.

 


 

Student Applications  – NOW CLOSED

SuRPS Applications Closed – February 24th 2017, midnight

SuRI & SuRF Applications Closed – March 1st 2017, midnight

 Students will be notified of acceptance into any program after March 30th 2017

 

When applications are open click here to complete application for all programs

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Dr. Joanne Altman, Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Phone: 336-841-9613
Email: urcw@highpoint.edu

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