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“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?”

The State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium (SNCURCS) is currently accepting abstract submissions from creative undergraduates who wish¬†to share their work. Interested students should speak with their faculty mentor about submitting an abstract and upon approval will be invited to register. Students are also welcome to attend without submitting an abstract if they simply wish to hear what their fellow North Carolina researchers are working on. Furthermore, students from all fields are invited to register. Conference presentations may range from creative pieces, posters, to performances. This year’s symposia will take place¬†November 14, 2015, from 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM at High Point University.

For more information about student eligibility, registration, and presentation requirements visit the SNCURCS website.

 

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