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About CURCA

The Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (CURCA) at the University of North Georgia is committed to supporting faculty and students in their intellectual and creative pursuits.

We are dedicated to providing faculty and students with :

  • mentorship throughout their research and creative activities,
  • funding for research and creative projects,
  • recognition for faculty and students engaging in research, and
  • ways of publicizing and disseminating research accomplishments.

In addition, we serve as a clearinghouse of research and scholarly opportunities for undergraduates and faculty.

What is Undergraduate Research?

At the University of North Georgia, undergraduate research is defined as 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.

Curca Mission

To promote learning through students' active engagement in undergraduate research and creative activities throughout their university experience.

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