Summer Undergraduate Research in Global Health (SURGH) Program


Academic Year 2022-23 Deadline TBA

The Summer Undergraduate Research in Global Health (SURGH) program is a 10-week summer program that aims to build community and stimulate creativity among a small cohort of Harvard undergraduate researchers in global health. SURGH fellows work on research projects with Harvard-affiliated faculty and researchers. Fellows live together in one of the Harvard College houses and participate in rich evening programming which includes both social and academic activities. To participate in SURGH, you must apply and be selected to work on one of the pre-designated SURGH research projects (usually announced in mid-January).

For more information about the program and application details, please visit the SURGH website.

SURGH will run from Monday, June 6, 2022 through Thursday, August 11, 2022. (Program dates, along with the move-in and move-out schedule, will be confirmed with participants.)

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SURGH is a Harvard Summer Undergraduate Research Village Program (HSURV). HSURV programs provide a research experience with Harvard-affiliated faculty mentors, along with a stipend and on-campus housing and a partial meal plan for 10 weeks over the summer. Browse other programs in the Research Village: