Carnegie Mellon University

Summer Research Programs

Summer research programs allow undergradate students conduct research over the summer months to enhance their studies.

SURA: Summer Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship - Tuition-free elective credit to undergraduates at Carnegie Mellon for existing faculty projects focused on undergraduate research or creative inquiry under the direction of a Carnegie Mellon faculty member.

SURF: Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships - Full-time paid summer research opportunities at CMU.

ISURF: International Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships - Funding for full-time research for a summer abroad.

Community Based Research-to-Practice Program - The Community-Based Research-to-Practice Program offers a limited number of financial awards for qualified undergraduates sponsored by the Center for Shared Prosperity (CSP). CSP is borne from efforts to reduce barriers to equitable prosperity in the Pittsburgh region while working to build healthier relationships between institutions and the communities of which they are a part.

Additional Research and Internship Opportunities