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C-SURF Fellows Named for 2012
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<p style=\"margin-top:0px;\">C-SURF fellows and faculty advisors
Congratulations to the 2012
�The purpose of the C-SURF program is to involve undergraduates in research and to hopefully interest them in pursuing a graduate degree,� Computer Science Associate Chairman Richard Lucic said. �Many of our C-SURF alums to date have in fact gone on to graduate school.�
The fellows, selected from a group of applicants, participate in a paid summer research experience. They also participate in two linked independent studies and participate in the CS Undergraduate Research Poster Day. Those who successfully complete the C-SURF program will graduate with distinction.
Fellows this year are pursuing a range of topics across computer science, including making smartphones last longer and integrating computing into using Alice, an educational three-dimensional programming environment.
The new fellows, named below, were celebrated at a dinner February 23 to launch this year�s program.