To promote learning through students' active engagement in undergraduate research and creative activities throughout their university experience.
What is undergraduate research at UNG?
An inquiry or exploration conducted and disseminated by an undergraduate student that makes an intellectual or creative contribution to the discipline or to applied practice.
Undergraduate Research News
UNG professor receives prestigious NSF grant
October 15, 2014
To support molecular research that eventually could lead to the development of more efficient electronics, the National Science Foundation (NSF) Division of Chemistry has awarded an $86,000 grant to Dr. Aimeé Tomlinson, associate professor of chemistry at UNG.
UNG student wins NIH scholarship
August 25, 2014
Joshua McCausland, a senior majoring in biology at UNG, is one of 16 students in the nation selected for the prestigious National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program, which includes an internship and employment at the institute.
FUSE research shows regional emphasis
July 10, 2014
What do parasitic wasps, an abandoned cemetery, mockingbirds, and algae have in common? They all are local subjects of study this summer by teams of undergraduate students and faculty at UNG.
Criminal justice students contribute to society through research
June 19, 2014
Two students were recently recognized for their work in the education of inmates, supporting a key component of the University of North Georgia's criminal justice degree program by pursuing student-driven research.
UNG research conference showcases student innovation
April 11, 2014
Whether building a new cipher to safely encrypt sensitive text or mapping the North American speaking tour of British poet Matthew Arnold in the 1880s, research by University of North Georgia (UNG) students is already impacting their fields.