SNCURCS – State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium is held each November at a host institutions within the UNC and NC Independent Colleges and Universities systems. This statewide symposium started at NC State University and now rotates among public and private institutions of higher learning in North Carolina.
It has grown to be a large event for any undergraduate student in North Carolina to be able to present their research or creative work. Presentations can be posters, oral presentations, exhibits, or performances. As of 2018, there were approximately 413 presentations with around 910 presenting students, observers, faculty, and parents attending.
The State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium (SNCURCS)
Hosted at East Carolina University in 2020
Co-hosts: Elizabeth City State University in 2020
All undergraduate students enrolled in North Carolina colleges, universities, or community colleges and high school students who have completed a mentored research project through an accredited university or other Summer Ventures or research program are eligible to participate in SNCURCS. Presentations include Poster, Oral, Exhibit and Performance options.
All student presenters, co-presenters, faculty mentors, and other attendees must register to attend SNCURCS at a rate of $35 per person.
The OUR will cover the registration fee and provide transportation for NC State University student presenters.
- Students must use the NC State Brand approved poster templates and color palette
- All other non-presenting attendees will need to pay the registration fee via credit card at time of registration
- IMPORTANT! Registration is separate from abstract submission and approval. Approved abstract presenters are NOT automatically registered to attend the event.
Please go to http://www.sncurcs.org/ for more information about abstract submission, registration and all event details. Questions concerning the event should be directed to the current hosts contact information found on the SNCURCS.ORG website.