The Florida Undergraduate Research Conference (FURC) is one of the nation’s largest multi-disciplinary research conferences. It is an annual event open to all undergraduate researchers in the state of Florida to present their research in a poster forum. Every year the conference will be hosted at a different university in the state on the last weekend in February. In addition to research presentations, there are also exhibitors from graduate programs and other opportunities targeted for students involved in undergraduate research.
In 2015, FURC will be hosted by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach Florida on February 27-28. More »
The Dept of History is offering a 5 week short course on Digital Humanities Fridays from 1:00-3:30 in the Advanced Visualization Center beginning Friday Oct 3. No experience is necessary and the course is designed to provided hands-on experience in the world of digital humanities tat will inspire research ideas that can be developed in subsequent semesters. UG students may take the course for NO COST and enroll in 0-credit IDS4914 through the OUR to track the effort on the transcript. This is a great opportunity to be exposed to the future of historical research and gain marketable skills.
On Tuesday, April 15, 2014, the Office for Undergraduate Research hosted Inquiry and Discovery: Undergraduate Research and Arts Colloquium. The event was held in the Marshall Student Center (Ballroom and conference rooms) and provided a venue for undergraduate students in all disciplines to present their current research and receive feedback from research mentors and peers. Visit the
Colloquium page to view full details about the event, photographs, award winners and more!
Photographs from the Research in Arts reception held on Thurs. Nov. 14, 2013. Learn more about this