The University of North Georgia's 27th Annual Research Conference will be held on the Gainesville campus in the Martha T. Nesbitt building and will occur on Friday, March 25, 2022. We will hold both a poster session and a live oral presentation from around 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
ARC invites student research presentations, posters, and creative activities from across the disciplines. Specific guidelines for each type of presentation are listed below. We are looking for interesting, innovative, and thought-provoking research and creative projects. Abstracts should be submitted by February 18, 2022 at midnight to Digital Commons.
We also welcome panel proposals, where students suggest an entire panel of linked presentations. Students should submit individual abstracts and add a note in the “Note to Conference Administrators” to let us know they are a panel. We also accept presentations on proposed work (theoretical research yet to be completed).
All proposals will be reviewed by a cross-disciplinary panel of judges.
- Students may submit in the following categories:
- Oral Presentation- Research projects presented in a 10-15 minutes presentation format
- Musical Performance- Musical presentations that are no more than 10-15 minutes long including time for questions from the audience (can include an oral presentation)
- Visual Presentation- Artwork and Visual Presentations hosted in a gallery and/or during the poster session (can include an oral presentation)
- Poster- Projects and creative activities will be presented during a poster session
The deadline to submit an abstract proposal of up to 250 words is February 18, 2022 at mignight. You may submit your proposal by clicking on the "Submit Proposal" link on the left side under "Contributors".
CURCA will hold 2 workshops to help students prepare for the conference. Both will be virtual and uploaded onto our YouTube channel afterwards. Dates are as follows:
Thursday, February 3rd 12:30 pm -1:30 pm: Abstract WorkshopRegister here via Zoom
Wednesday, March 2nd, 12:00 pm -1:00 pm: How to Present Virtually at a ConferenceRegister here via Zoom
Best Presentation Prize for completed essays/posters
This year, awards will be given on the basis of a student’s submitted abstract and essay/poster. Students who would like to be considered in the awards section of the conference should also upload their complete presentation essay and/or poster under the "Additional Files" tab by Friday, March 4, 2022.
Please check out both our CURCA Facebook page regarding the conference. The final schedule of events will also update here.