Every year during the spring semester, the Kapiolani Community College STEM Program holds the annual STEM Undergraduate Research Fair (S.U.R.F.) event. This year’s event was held on Thursday, April 4th, from 11:00am to 1:00pm in the Ohia Cafeteria. For more information on this year’s event, please visit the 2013 SURF Page.
Additionally, to view pictures, videos, and other information from past SURF events, please visit the corresponding pages on the website:
About the S.U.R.F.
The S.U.R.F. event was created in order to showcase the undergraduate research work of STEM Program students. At the S.U.R.F. event, the student researchers will present on projects from a wide variety of STEM disciplines. The event is a great practice opportunity for students who will be presenting their findings at national conferences, such as the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) at the University of Montana. The S.U.R.F. also gives other students on campus the chance to learn about undergraduate research and the STEM program, as well as the opportunity to interact with current STEM students and faculty/staff.
The Kapiolani Community College STEM Program’s innovative Undergraduate Research Experience (URE) provides students with numerous opportunities to participate in faculty-mentored research projects based on competition, group, and independent research models.