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Princeton Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (PSURE)

The Office of Academic Affairs and Diversity offers an eight-week summer research experience for up to 30 undergraduates who express a serious interest in pursuing a Ph.D. and following a career in college or university teaching and research. The purpose of the program is to motivate and prepare students to make competitive applications to research doctoral programs, with a view toward completing the Ph.D. and going on to teach and conduct original research.

Students Eligible: 
Non-Princeton undergrads
Class Years Eligible: 
Social Sciences
Natural Sciences
Program Type: 
Research employment
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Princeton is a member of The Leadership Alliance, a consortium of 32 institutions of higher learning dedicated to increasing diversity in doctoral programs and on college and university faculties. The Alliance collaborates in a number of programs, from undergraduate research, to faculty development, to national symposia, to develop underrepresented students into outstanding leaders and role models in academia, business and the public sector. The Summer Research Early Identification Program (SR-EIP) is the keystone of Princeton's participation in the Alliance.

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