National Conference on undergraduate research
Congratulations to our GCSU NCUR Participants
Vivian Cassaniti- "Gender Gap in Social Welfare Policy Attitudes"
Madeline Teigen- "Designing an Undergraduate Forensic Chemistry Experiment on the Levels of Amphetamine in Urine Using Two Different Methods"
Mathew Gordon- "How Do Painted Nest Boxes Affect Eastern Bluebird Nest Temperature?"
Dr. Stefanie Sevcik and Dr. Joy Bracewell- "Filling the Toolbox: Supporting Undergraduate Research Skill Development Through a Partnership with the Writing Center"
Trenholm Fahy and Joseph Pabian- "A Pilot Study Investigating Veteran Identity Using the Photovoice Technique in a Qualitative, Community-Based Participatory Action Research Framework"
Joel Saucedo- "Simulation of Thin Film Growth During Magnetron Sputtering"
Hunter Coates- "The Neoplatonic and Scholastic Influence on Leibniz"
Alexandra Furney, Brittany Benner, and Jin Yeong Kim- "Role of Regulatory mRNA Structures in the Expression of Cancer-Related Genes"
Dr. Hasitha Mahabaduge- "Implementation of Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program to Expand the Participation of Underrepresented Groups"
Dr. Stefanie Jett and Dr. Laurie Peebles- "Using Community-Based Participatory Action-Based Research Frameworks to Enhance Undergraduate Research and Connect Students to Historically Excluded and Exploited Communities"
Isabella Dattilio and Haidee Martinez Perez- "Synthesis of Mesalamine and Curcumin Capped Silver Nanoparticles for the Treatment of Irritable Bowel Disease (IBS)"
Dr. Jordan Cofer, Dr. Hasitha Mahabaduge, Dr. Stefanie Sevcik, Lauren Trinkwalder, and Abigail Watkins- "Developing a Framework for Implementation and Assessment of Transformative Mentored Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors"
Brittany Jones- "A Salivary Hormonal Study on Individuals of African Ancestry Living in Different Socioeconomic Environments, in Order to Understand Etiology of Prostate Cancer"
At this annual three-day event, more than 4,000 students present scholarly research, network with peers and faculty mentors, and meet with graduate school and corporate recruiters. For more information or to register, click HERE.
NCUR - National Conferences on Undergraduate Research have been the premier national conferences devoted exclusively to undergraduate student research and creativity in all disciplines for 35 years.
Conference - APRIL 12-13, 2023 CRITICAL DATES
ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS CLOSED
|January 2-31, 2023||NCUR Early Registration Portal Opens, NCUR Futures Fair and Transfer Fair Registration Portal Opens|
|January 5-10, 2023||Notifications Sent to Abstract Authors|
|February 5, 2023||Last Day to Use Invoice Coupons (From Campus Coordinator), Invoices Sent to Campus Coordinator on February 8th|
|February 1-28, 2023||NCUR Regular Registration Portal Opens, Preconference: WiSys Registration Opens|
|March 13, 2023||All Payments Must be Received to Ensure Conference Access|
|April 12, 2023||Pre-Conference Date|
NECESSARY SUBMISSION STEPS
Step 1: Submit your 2023 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.
Step 2: Watch for Abstract presentation decision NCUR for Early Decisions
Step 4: Once your abstract is accepted, and you are SURE you will be able to attend (first two presenters only)
Step 5: Before attending, click HERE for an important video on how to dress for success
NCUR Past Conferences
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH - KENNESAW GEORGIA 2019 PHOTOS
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH - EDMOND OKLAHOMA 2018 PHOTOS and VIDEOS
Plenary Speech Saturday NCUR 2018 - Click here NCUR1
Plenary Speech Thursday NCUR 2018 - Click here NCUR2
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH - MEMPHIS TENNESSEE 2017 PHOTOS
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. Scroll below for photos of Georgia College students and faculty mentors at the conference.