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STEP 1: WHAT IS SNCURCS?

STEP 2: SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT

STEP 3: UPLOAD PRESENTATION

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AND CREATIVITY SYMPOSIUM

Colleges, universities and community colleges in North Carolina host a symposium each year to showcase N.C. undergraduate student research and creative work. SNCURCS provides undergraduate scholars in all fields a forum to share the results of their work through posters, presentations, performances, and works of art.

If you’re a sophomore in North Carolina, you’re also eligible for the Barthalmus Research Grant to support ongoing undergraduate research.

East Carolina University and Elizabeth City State University are proud to co-host the SNCURCS live virtual event on
Nov. 7, 2020 with a preview day on
Nov. 6, 2020.

Have you worked with a faculty mentor on a research project? Have you created a work of art under the direction of a faculty mentor? Have you written a research essay that you would like to publish in an undergraduate journal? If you answered YES to any of these questions, then SNCURCS is the place for you! Talk to your faculty mentor about attending SNCURCS, and then submit an abstract.

Once your abstract is submitted, you will prepare your presentation and upload it before the event. Then, it’s time to share your work with an appreciative audience!

If you’re interested in seeing what undergraduate researchers are doing in our state, but you aren’t ready to present your own work yet, that’s okay! You can still attend!

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS BEGIN ON SEPT. 14!

Abstracts for this year’s event have been submitted. Check out the great work from your peers in the SNCURCS 2020 Abstract Book!