Florida Undergraduate Research Conference (FURC) 

The 4th Annual Florida Undergraduate Research Conference (FURC) is being hosted by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida February 27-28, 2015.  

 For additional information and updates, please visit the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference website. 


The UNF Office of Undergraduate Research is pleased to sponsor transportation and hotel accommodations for a limited number of students and faculty attending FURC. We will provide van transportation for up to 20 people and hotel accommodations for up to 32 people. Transportation and hotel accommodations will be assigned on a first-come-first-serve basis. You will be given the opportunity to apply for transportation to and/or from the conference. You will be given the opportunity to apply for hotel accommodations exclusively or with transportation. Transportation will be by van and hotel accommodations for students will be for four individuals per room with two double or queen size beds. Students making a presentation at the conference will be given priority, but we will try to include all students wishing to attend. You may apply here for transportation and/or hotel accommodations. Deadline for applying for transportation and/or hotel accommodations is February 6, 2015. Please do NOT complete an individual Conference Travel Grant application or other paperwork. Individual Conference Travel Grants will not be given for this conference.  


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 Students who take advantage of transportation and/or hotel accommodations furnished by the UNF Office of Undergraduate Research, must also agree to present at the UNF Showcase of Osprey Advancements in Research and Scholarship (SOARS) on April 17, 2015. Students who do not wish to present at SOARS, but who wish to present at FURC may do so at their own expense.


To learn more about having your poster printed for FURC or other conferences, please visit the Poster Printing web page. 



Faculty are invited to submit abstracts for presentations on undergraduate research strategies, undergraduate research best practices, and other topics related to undergraduate research. These presentations and workshops should predominantly focus on a student audience.


 Please watch for additional information as it becomes available.