NCUR is an annual undergraduate research conference. It is held each spring and organized by the Council on Undergraduate Research in cooperation with a host campus. Open to undergraduate students in all disciplines and all institutions of higher education, NCUR routinely boasts more than 3000 presentations delivered by students from over 400 different colleges and universities.
The venue for NCUR changes from year to year. In 2019, NCUR will be held at Kennesaw State University on April 10-13 (Wednesday-Saturday). A link to the official conference website is below.
Elon’s Undergraduate Research Program provides funding for travel to NCUR. This funding typically covers: airfare, lodging and registration for students approved by the program and accepted by the conference.
If you plan to obtain URP funding to attend NCUR, you must submit an NCUR Travel Grant Application (see below) and receive formal approval from the undergraduate research office before submitting an abstract at NCUR’s website.
Please review the instructions below and complete the NCUR Travel Grant Application by 5:00pm on November 1, 2018.
Barring extenuating circumstances, students who receive NCUR travel funding from the Undergraduate Research Program are expected to submit an application to present at Elon’s Spring Undergraduate Research Forum (SURF).