Student Research Series

The Student Research Series allows undergraduate students to present original research or scholarly activity to the campus community. The talks are given by either an individual or teams of students who have conducted an original study or produced original work using the methods of their discipline. The series is a way to showcase the quality and breadth of research at Augusta University.  All disciplines are encouraged to participate.

Seeking Speakers for Fall and Spring  

This series will be hosted virtually thru Microsoft Teams. 

  • When:  (Usually) 4th Friday of each month at 1pm (Fall and Spring semesters)
  • Where:   MS Teams
  • Attendance:  Students, faculty, administrators, and others are welcome!
  • Sponsor: Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (CURS)

To submit your abstract or Research Summary, please click on form below: 

Submission Form              Review  Guidelines  


CURS Student Research Series

fALL 2020 Schedule

Seminars will be held virtually via MS TEAMS   Click link to join at 1pm on the following dates

Presenters are as follows:

  • August 28:

  • Leslie Duncan: Role and Regulation of PFKP in Head and Neck Cancer.
  • Caleb Jensen: Exploring Novel Long non-coding RNA's invovled in Alcohol-included Oral Cancer Progression
  • September 25: 

  • Madison Brown: Nancy Drew at 90:  Violence, Competence, and the Young Female Protagonist in LIterature for Children
  • Caroline Graham:  Financial Literacy: Measurement and Improvement Strategies
  • October 23:  

  • Udochukwu Amanamba: Blinding Crystals: Monosodium Urate and Diabetic Retinopathy 
  • Queen Tran: Curcumin Conjugates as Potential Therapeutics for Breast Cancer
  • November 20:  

  • Jenn Jones & Sara Hillis: A Qualitative Analysis of Individuals Who Overcome Their Dyslexia   
  • Joselyn Amadiz-Bonilla:  Does a Negative Emotional State Decrease Plasticity Related Gene Expression in the Hippocampus?