Undergraduate students present research at state conference

Students and faculty members from UNG and other colleges from the southeastern region presented their research Nov. 2-3 at the Georgia Undergraduate Research Conference (GURC) at UNG’s Gainesville Campus. UNG will host GURC in 2019 at the Dahlonega Campus.

“GURC allows students and professors the opportunity to see the research others are conducting in our region,” said Dr. Anastasia Lin, assistant vice president for research and engagement and current president of the Georgia Undergraduate Research Collective.

Through undergraduate research, students can pursue academic interests and develop skills that give them an advantage in the job market or in applying to graduate school.