CSURP is a program for undergraduate students, majoring in chemistry or chemical engineering, interested in conducting supervised summer research. The program is supported by the Center for Selective C-H Functionalization (CCHF), which is a network of 23 academic and industrial research laboratories at 15 partner institutions throughout the country. The CCHF is one of eight National Science Foundation (NSF) funded Centers for Chemical Innovation.
CSURP Fellows will:
Engage in innovative, cutting edge research
Interact with prominent leaders in the field
Participate in a range of research experiences
Participate in seminars, workshops, career planning sessions and other professional development opportunities
No previous research experience is required
To find out more about the CCHF CSURP visit the site here.