Odum School Research Opportunties
Undergraduates at the Odum School are strongly encouraged to participate in research under the guidance of Odum School faculty and graduate students. Undergraduates can take credits for research (ECOL 4960) or complete an honors thesis project under the direction of Odum School faculty. Undergraduates are invited to present posters at the Odum School Graduate Student Symposium, held in January each year.
See examples of recent undergraduate research projects at the Undergraduate Research home page.
The UGA Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities
The UGA Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) facilitates opportunities for undergraduate students to work with premiere research faculty and share their accomplishments with the campus community and beyond.
As early as their first year, undergraduates at UGA can engage in pursuing faculty mentored research, regardless of discipline, major or GPA.
CURO programming enables passionate, engaged students to earn academic credit while pursuing research with faculty mentors, supporting students in getting started, selecting opportunities, choosing a mentor, and presenting and publishing their work.
For more information, see the CURO web site.