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CMU Small Undergraduate Research Grants and Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships

The Small Undergraduate Research Grant (SURG) program and Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program awards grants to undergraduates at Carnegie Mellon for research in all fields of study.

SUMMER 2012 WINNERS

  • Victoria Baggio (Class of 2013), "Project Yele
  • Oliver Haimson (Class of 2012)

SPRING 2012 WINNER

  • Jonathan Francis, Zhijun Huang (Class of 2013), Kenneth Wong, "Creating Birtual Marketplaces for the Commoditization of Rental Spaces", Mentor: Carol Goldburg (Undergraduate Economics Program)

FALL 2011 WINNER

  • Tadas Zolynas (Class of 2013), "Real Time Fluid Simulations", Mentor: Adrian Treuille (Computer Science)

SPRING 2011 WINNER

  • Shweta Suresh (Class of 2011), "Impact of Social Risk Aversion and Audience Effects on Generosity to the Poor", Mentor: Christina Fong (Social and Decision Sciences)

SPRING 2007 WINNERS

  • Robert Jeferson (Class of 2008), "Anti-Foreign Sentiment in the Calif. Gold Rush"  Mentor: Karen Clay (Heinz School)

FALL 2006 WINNERS

  • Pauline Law (Class of 2007), "Exploring Boston's Chinatown" Mentor:  Donald Sutton (History)
  • Sagar Shah (Class of 2007), "Estimating Price Distributions for the US Vehicle Fleet:  Why Isn't Quality Job 1?" Mentors: Paul Fishbeck (Social and Decision Sciences)  and David Gerard (Social and Decision Sciences)

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