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Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program
The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF) program is an intensive 11-week summer program to develop students’ research potential. Students participate 40 hours per week during the summer break conducting research activities and attending professional development seminars. SURF matches undergraduate students with a faculty member, graduate student mentor, and a SURF Graduate Assistant (GA) who introduce them to the research tools used on the cutting edges of science, engineering, and technology.
Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research (JPUR)
The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research has been established to publish outstanding research papers written by Purdue undergraduates from all disciplines who have completed faculty-mentored research projects. The journal is run by students, but behind the scenes is a unique partnership between Purdue University Press and other departments of Purdue University Libraries, working with Purdue Marketing and Media and the Online Writing Lab, based in the Department of English. Publication of JPUR is sponsored by the Office of the Provost at Purdue University.
Joint Transportation Research Program Technical Reports
This Web page portal lists over 1,500 technical reports published as part of the JHRP, and subsequently JTRP, collaborative venture between Purdue University and the Indiana Department of Transportation. Additional details regarding the history of JHRP, as well as current activities of the JTRP program, can be found by clicking on the respective hyperlinks.
Faculty Scholarship/Research and their data
This example is from the Department of Biochemistry Faculty Publications collection in Purdue e-Pubs.
Little Else Than a Memory: Purdue Students Search for the Class of 1904 by Kristina Bross (eds.)
Completely produced by students in the Purdue University Honors College, this book contains ten essays by undergraduate students of today about their forebears in the class of 1904. Two Purdue faculty members have provided a contextualizing introduction and reflective epilogue. Not only are the biographical essays written by students, but the editing, typesetting, and design of this book were also the work of Purdue freshmen and sophomores, participants in an honors course in publishing who were supervised by the staff of Purdue University Press.