Students from SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) and universities across the United States participated in the Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) this summer. SUNY Poly’s SURP provided the 21 students who participated in the program with a unique opportunity to spend 10 weeks conducting hands-on research at SUNY Poly’s Albany and Utica campuses. This innovative, practical experience allowed students to work closely with the college’s world-class faculty.
“Each experience is unique to the student and the faculty,” said Dr. Carolyn Rodak, Chair of the SURP Committee. “Some of our students will spend 10 weeks in the lab and others will spend that time focusing on applied mathematics or network security. Students participating in the SURP program really have a range of diverse projects that they work on over the summer.”
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