Gain Invaluable Experience Performing Research

Through the University of New Haven’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program, you’ll work side by side with a faculty mentor, conduct an intensive research project, and discover even more about your passion.

“University-Wide Commitment to Undergraduate Research”

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


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