National Council on Undergraduate Research (NCUR)

2018 NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH (NCUR) - EDMOND OKLAHOMA (UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA)


GET ON THE GC BUS


REGISTRATION, TRANSPORTATION, AND HOUSING FEES ARE COVERED FOR STUDENTS IF YOUR WORK IS ACCEPTED,
WE HAVE CAPACITY FOR 50+ ON THE GC BUS


NCUR REGISTRATION IS COVERED FOR UP TO FOUR (4) FACULTY WHO HAVE STUDENT RESEARCH ACCEPTED AT THE CONFERENCE

 

The 32nd Annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research will be held this year at the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) from April 4-7, 2018.

START WORKING ON YOUR RESEARCH IDEAS AND BE READY TO SUBMIT THE ABSTRACT BY OCTOBER 3 AND NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 5, 2017!

 

Step 1: Before submitting your abstract to NCUR, be sure to go to CUR and register. Once you type in Georgia College, the cost will go to "zero" for CUR. Fill out "individual online application".

Step 2: Submit your abstract to NCUR - for more details about NCUR click on this link: NCUR - WHEN SUBMITTING THE ABSTRACT IDENTIFY DR. DOREEN SAMS AS THE CAMPUS CONTACT/LIAISON (if you fail to do this, we cannot reimburse your NCUR registration cost and cannot guarantee a seat on the bus)

Step 3: Watch for Abstract presentation decision NCUR (Beginning January 23, 2018)

Step 4: Once your abstract is accepted, go to NCUR to register for the conference between January 23rd and February 22nd. Have the payment billed to Georgia College. If you register after February 22, 2018 you will have to put the charge on your personal credit card. We will only reimburse you for late registration up to the early registration fee.

UCO's NCUR time line is shown below. IN ORDER TO RECEIVE MURACE SUPPORT FOR THE TRIP IF YOUR ABSTRACT IS ACCEPTED,

FOR MORE DETAILS CONTACT: Dr. Doreen Sams at 478-445-0966 or Dr. Steven Jones at 478-445-1253 or email us at URACE@gcsu.edu.



NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH - MEMPHIS TENNESSEE 2017

Of the 380 colleges and universities that sent students to participate in the National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR), Georgia College ranked 27 in sending the most students. In all, twenty-eight Georgia College students participated in the conference. The complete list of top schools participating in NCUR is on the document link below or can be viewed at http://www.cur.org/assets/1/7/Topinst-NCUR2017.pdf. Scroll below for photos of Georgia College students and faculty mentors at the conference. 

ncur_2017_rankings_of_sending_institutions.pdf