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Student Opportunities

Workshops and Resources

CURCA provides workshops for students on a wide range of topics including, abstracts, posters, PowerPoint presentations and applying for travel and research grant opportunities. We also have resources to help share your work, including templates and designs.

Student-Faculty Collaborative Mini Grants

CURCA invites applications for its new Student-Faculty Collaborative Mini Grant program. Student-lead teams may apply for up to $2000 to support undergraduate research. The competition opens in late August, and applications are due by the last Friday in September.

Conference/Travel Grants

Students may apply for competitive conference/travel grants of up to $500 to present their scholarship at external conferences. CURCA accepts applications for conference/travel grants in both the fall and spring semesters. Please visit our conference/travel grant page for more information on deadlines.

Presentation Opportunities

CURCA maintains a list of interdisciplinary local, regional, and national conferences where students from any discipline can present their work or creative activity. Please visit the Presentation Opportunities page for information on UNG’s Annual Research Conference and other opportunities.

Publishing Opportunities

Once you have presented you may be ready to move on to the next step: Publication! We are here to assist you in finding the appropriate outlet for your work. Visit our Publishing Opportunities page for more information.


Undergraduate researchers make great National Scholarship applicants! Please visit the Nationally Competitive Scholarships Office website to learn about opportunities for funding to support graduate school, study abroad, or even opportunities to get paid to research in the summer.

How to Get Involved

We encourage you to learn more about all of our programs and opportunities!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

We try to answer your questions and encourage you to ask questions we haven't answered!

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