20th Annual Research Conference
2016 Annual Research Conference:
UNG's Annual Research Conference (ARC) showcases undergraduate research and creative activities from across its five campuses. This year, we welcomed over 120 student presenters representing a variety of disciplines.
Biomedical Music Techniques: Overview and Collaborative Research Opportunities
Keynote given by Dr. Martha Summa-Chadwick
Dr. Summa-Chadwick is the Executive Director of Music Therapy Gateway in Communications, a nonprofit dedicated to serving and aiding children with autism through the use of music.
Undergraduate Research NewsThird UNG student in a year selected for Fulbright Scholarship program
April 13, 2016
University of North Georgia (UNG) senior Cody Bijeaux has been selected for the prestigious Fulbright program, for which recipients are selected on the basis of academic or professional achievement, as well as demonstrated leadership potential in their fields. He is the third UNG student to be selected in the past 12 months.
Dozens of undergrads to represent UNG at national research conference
March 26, 2016
Twenty-five undergraduates from UNG will step on the national stage in April to share their research with hundreds of peers from across the nation.
Wide range of research to be displayed at annual conference
March 22, 2016
The 21st Annual Research Conference (ARC) at UNG kicks off on Friday, March 25 on the university's Gainesville Campus, and will feature myriad research projects being pursued by dozens of undergraduate students.
UNG professor selected to take part in national Fulbright program
February 1, 2016
Dr. Anastasia Lin, assistant dean of student research and scholarship at the University of North Georgia (UNG), has been accepted from a competitive, nationwide pool of applicants to take part in the 2016 Fulbright Program Adviser Development Initiative.
Center supports faculty research with grants
January 19, 2016
Undergraduates at the University of North Georgia (UNG) are helping faculty conduct original research projects that are being aided by mini-grants from the university's Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (CURCA).