CURIS is the student research program in Computer Science. Its goal is to encourage students, particularly CS undergraduates, to get involved in CS research with faculty mentors early in their careers. Stanford students work with a faculty member, as part of their group, during the academic year or as an internship for an entire summer, with the goal of producing an identifiable research result. Academic year work often is used to receive elective units or senior project credit; summer work results in a paid stipend as well as eligibility for summer quarter on-campus room and board. The summer program is open to Stanford undergraduate students who maintain undergraduate status through summer. If capacity or funding becomes limited, priority will be given to declared Computer Science undergraduate majors.
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The faculty member in charge of the program is Michael Bernstein.