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Undergraduate research programs at the Kempner


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Undergraduate opportunities

The Kempner Institute has programs in the fall and spring semesters, as well as a 10-week summer program, to support Harvard undergraduates interested in pursuing research related to intelligence under the supervision of a Kempner-affiliated faculty member.  Kempner Undergraduate Research Experience (KURE) provides term-time funding and support. Kempner Research in Artificial & Natural Intelligence for Undergraduates with Mentorship (KRANIUM) is a 10-week residential summer research program, sponsored by the Kempner Institute as part of the Harvard Summer Undergraduate Research Village (HSURV). 

To help students find mentors and projects, the Kempner Institute maintains a non-exhaustive list of possible research opportunities for undergraduate researchers  here. Please note that these opportunities are not a curated or endorsed list and may not be eligible for Kempner funding through KURE or KRANIUM.

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Academic year program

Kempner Undergraduate Research Experience (KURE)

KURE offers research funding related to the study of intelligence for Harvard undergraduate students in the fall and spring semesters. Application deadline for Spring 2024 funding is January 28, 2024.

Summer program

Kempner Research in Artificial & Natural Intelligence for Undergraduates with Mentorship (KRANIUM)

KRANIUM is a 10-week summer program sponsored by the Kempner Institute for the Study of Natural and Artificial Intelligence as part of the Harvard Summer Undergraduate Research Village (HSURV). Application deadline for Summer 2024 is February 14, 2024.

Questions?

Please email kempnereducation@harvard.edu with any questions about Kempner undergraduate research programs.