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Stanford's Premier Undergrad Research Organization

We are SURA, a group of undergraduate students passionate about research accessibility and impact. Founded in 2014 to be a community for researchers across all disciplines, SURA connects undergrads to mentorship programs and research opportunities and hosts the Stanford Research Conference for undergrads across the nation every spring.

SRC 2024 is accepting applications. If you have questions regarding the conference or other aspects of SURA after reading this website, please contact one of our committee leads or co-presidents.

Mentorship Program

SURA organizes an annual Mentorship Program for undergraduates at various stages of their research career. The program is open to mentors and mentees of all disciplines, and aims to create pairings and/or groups in which all parties can share and learn from their research experiences.

Applications for our mentorship program closed on October 14. If you're still interested in joining, send us an email!

Apply to SRC 2024!

Stanford Research Conference

Stanford Research Conference is SURA's flagship event, attracting undergraduate presenters from around the U.S. Applications for SRC 2024 are open now until January 15 at 11:59 PM PST!

Interested in learning more?

Our team is happy to respond to any questions you may have.

Meet the Team

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Stanford Land Acknowledgement

Stanford sits on the ancestral land of the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe. This land was and continues to be of great importance to the Ohlone people. Consistent with our values of community and inclusion, we have a responsibility to acknowledge, honor, and make visible the University’s relationship to Native peoples.

Web Accessibility

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