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Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium

Laquitta Thomas
Laquitta Thomas, Pharmaceutical Sciences

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) invites all NCCU students to attend and participate in the Annual Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium (GURS) to be held on NCCU campus on Saturday, March 30, 2019 at 8 a.m. in the Mary Townes Science Complex.  The symposium is aimed at both graduate and undergraduate students at North Carolina Central University who engage in research experiences and provides for them a venue to communicate and disseminate their research findings to a professional audience.  This educational and networking experience encourages interdisciplinary exchange and brings together students from different disciplines.

North Carolina Central University takes pride in preparing our students for success academically and professionally and cultivates scholarly inquiry and excellence in research towards discovery and breakthrough that lead to innovation that enhance quality of life.

The Annual Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium is sponsored by The School of Graduate Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Behavior and Social Sciences, School of Library and Information Sciences, Department of Nursing, the Graduate Students Association and the Division of Students Affairs. 

All attendees must register.  Access to the GURS registration form can be found on the Abstract Guidelines and Presenters Information page.

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