Programs for Undergraduate Students

Programs for Undergraduate Students Research advances the frontiers of knowledge! Enrich your learning opportunities, job and career options through participation in cutting edge research projects. Experience the Joy of Research! DREU: Spend a summer doing research with a faculty member at another university and get paid. CRA-WP GHC Research Scholars: Apply for a chance to attend the annual […]
Beth Trushkowsky

Highlight on Alum Beth Trushkowsky

Originally printed in Winter/Spring 2015 Newsletter Beth Trushkowsky is an assistant professor at Harvey Mudd College in the Computer Science department. She received her MS and PhD degrees from The University of California, Berkeley under the supervision of Professors Michael J. Franklin and Armando Fox. Her MS research focused on developing a storage system to […]

Happy Birthday, CREU!

by Andrea Danyluk Originally Printed in the Summer/Fall 2013 Newsletter The Collaborative Research Experience for Undergraduates (CREU) program is 15 years old. – It’s seen some changes as it’s grown. – Its name, for instance, has morphed from CREW to CREU. – Much more importantly, it is now a joint project of CRA-W and the […]

Highlight on CREU Alum, Samantha Finkelstein

Originally Published in Winter/Spring 2013 Newsletter Samantha Finkelstein is a 2nd year PhD student in Carnegie Mellon’s Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) working with Dr. Justine Cassell. She’s excited about understanding how children collaborate and learn with each other, and then figuring out how children could collaborate and learn with a virtual peer. Samantha is working […]

Collaborative Research Experience for Undergraduates

Originally Printed in the Summer/Fall 2011 Newsletter By Andrea Danyluk, Williams College What do multivariate time series analysis of physiological and clinical data, dynamic analysis of web application access logs for software testing, and development of body-area networks for bio-telemetric applications have in common? They’re all projects that have been supported by the Collaborative Research […]