CURP, the CDS Undergraduate Research Program, Returns Summer 2023
We’re excited to welcome our second summer (and fourth overall) cohort of CURP (CDS Undergraduate Research Program) students this June. Below you can find some key logistical information on the upcoming summer session.
PROGRAM DATES: JUNE 12 — AUGUST 19, 2023
LOCATION: RESEARCH PROJECTS WILL TAKE PLACE REMOTELY
TIME COMMITMENT: 35 HOURS/WEEK
FELLOWSHIP AWARD: $8,000
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 2023
In the program, students will:
- Under the supervision of CDS faculty, work on assigned research projects. Some previous project topics include Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Approaches to Understand Autoimmunity, Discrimination in Policing, Language Modeling, Deep Learning for Classifying and Hanging Radiology Images, and more. (See the CDS CURP webpage for a full list of previous project topics.)
- Have the opportunity to attend talks and workshops given by leading researchers in data science and other related fields
- Network with program peers and receive mentorship and guidance from CDS faculty
CURP is open to all students but especially encourages individuals from underrepresented and underserved backgrounds to apply. Our previous program scholars can be viewed here: spring 2021 CURP scholars, spring 2022 CURP scholars, and summer 2022 CURP scholars.
For more information on CURP or how to apply for the summer session, please visit the CURP webpage.
By Ashley C. McDonald