2019 Georgia Undergraduate Research Collective (GURC) Conference

The GURC (Georgia Undergraduate Research Collective) Conference will be held at the University of North Georgia on the Gainesville Campus in November 2019. Please make plans to present your undergraduate research at the conference. 

GURC Conference Save the Date Nov. 1-2, 2019













Students, please watch this important video by clicking on the following link: Video

GURC seek abstracts of no more than 300 words describing your research and/or creative activity. All abstracts should be submitted through the Digital Commons portal here. The deadline to submit abstracts is TBD, at midnight. On the whole, abstracts should clearly explain the project’s purpose, offer an overview of the scholarly context of the project, include any methodological approaches used, and discuss the outcomes of the project. GURC also welcomes in-process projects that may not be completely finalized by the conference. Strong abstracts will make a clear case for the significance or relevance of the project to the larger field of inquiry. You may include references, but they are not required.

Abstracts should be well-written, well-organized, and adhere to the standards of academic writing. Please be sure to proofread carefully as selected abstracts will be posted online.  Note: Abstracts for the visual arts may also upload an image of their artwork under the “additional files” tab. Abstracts for the performing arts may also upload a video under the “additional files” tab. These additional files are not required; an abstract will suffice.

Each presentation room will be equipped with a computer, internet, WiFi, and an overhead projector.

Click here to begin the abstract submission process. HERE



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Doreen Sams, Ph.D.
Faculty Coordinator for MURACE