Undergraduate

A variety of experiences are available to undergraduate students including paid research opportunities for a summer or a full year. In addition, graduate school preparation, faculty mentoring, professional development, networking with other students, research presentation opportunities, and participating in a virtual CMaT symposium are available.

Summer opportunities:

CMaT provides paid summer undergraduate student research opportunities.
Learn more.

Full year research opportunities:

Working on a CMaT research project for a full year is available through the Georgia Tech Petit Scholars Undergraduate Research Program. To date, eight Petit Scholars have been provided CMaT research opportunities.

 

 

 

 

 

2020 Petit Scholars

Emmanuel Eziakor
Emmanuel Eziakor
University: Morehouse College
Major: Biology
Lab: Manu Platt
Mentor: Hannah Song
Mariana Holguin-Lopez
Mariana Holguin-Lopez
University: Georgia State University
Major: Neuroscience
Lab: Todd Sulchek
Mentor: Katherine Young
Amy Liu
Amy Liu
University: Georgia Institute of Technology
Major: Biomedical Engineering
Lab: Shuichi Takayama
Mentor: Eric Parigoris
Krishna “Ananthu” Pucha
Krishna “Ananthu” Pucha
University: Emory University
Major: Neuroscience and behavioral biology
Lab: Nick Willett
Mentor: Jay McKinney
Kevin Tao
Kevin Tao
University: Georgia Institute of Technology
Major: Biomedical engineering
Lab: Gabe Kwong
Mentor: Fang-Yi “Ida” Su
Kayla Taylor
Kayla Taylor
University: Spelman College
Major: Computer science
Lab: Melissa Kemp
Mentor: Andre Norfleet