12th Annual GURP Conference
Kennesaw State University
Submission Deadline: March 11, 2013
The annual Georgia Undergraduate Research in Psychology (GURP) Conference is a day-long conference that fosters development of new researchers at the high school, undergraduate, recent postbaccalaureate, and early graduate student level. The Psychology Department at Kennesaw State University has hosted this event every year since 2002.
The GURP conference offers a great outlet for students in the southeastern United States to gain experience presenting their research in a professional setting. High school, undergraduate, recent postbaccalaureate, and early graduate students are eligible to submit abstracts. All empirical research projects conducted by students and sponsored by a faculty member are eligible for submission. Submissions from any of the sub-disciplines of psychology will be considered. Please note that projects must be completed by the submission deadline. We will not consider submissions of research for which results are not reported. Prizes will be awarded in both the poster and paper categories.
GURP provides a great opportunity to
develop professional skills, learn about current research at regional
colleges and universities in the southeast, and connect with students and
faculty members who share an interest in research. We are excited to offer a
forum that allows newly engaged social scientists to promote their work.