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Presentation Opportunities

UNG's Annual Research Conference

CURCA hosts UNG’s Annual Research Conference every year on either the Dahlonega or Gainesville campus. This one-day event brings UNG students from all campuses together to showcase their research and creative activities. The conference is open to all undergraduate students from every discipline. Each year, between 100-200 students present their work presentations to their peers and colleagues in panel presentations, performance pieces, and poster sessions. The application deadline is usually in mid-February and the Conference in held in late March.

Georgia Undergraduate Research Conference

GURC is the yearly statewide interdisciplinary conference that invites students from the Southeastern region of the United States to disseminate their original scholarship and creative endeavors. GURC is also an excellent networking opportunity providing students with the opportunity to meet faculty and mentors from around the state as well as to learn about graduate school opportunities. The application deadline is usually in early Fall and the conference is usually held in late October early November at an institution within Georgia.

This year, the UNG-Gainesville campus is proud to host GURC on November 2-3, 2018. Please visit our GURC page for more information.

National Conference on Undergraduate Research

NCUR is one of the largest student conferences in the nation. This yearly national event invites students from all over the world to present their research and creative endeavors. Thousands of students come from across the globe to network with employers, graduate schools and fellow researchers from all disciplines.

The application deadline is usually early December and the conference in usually held the following April.

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