Downtown Classic Center
Special Event

The annual CURO Symposium highlights excellence in undergraduate research at UGA by allowing undergraduates to present their research and creative works through oral and poster sessions.

For general symposium information please click here. 
For the oral and poster session schedule please click here.

UGA Geology Student Presenters (UGA Geology Student Name, Presentation Title (Mentor))

Tyler Cannida, PetrogrGneisses from the Mary Lou Quarry in Clinton, SC: Implications for Quantifying Mineral Compositions in the Critical Zone (Schroeder)

Anthony Arbise, Implications of Strike-Slip Faulting for Plate Tectonics on Europa (Klimczak)

Jared Conne, Application of Biochar for Low-Cost Treatment of Agricultural Wastewater (Nzengung)

Laura Dupont, Evaluating Human-Driven Environmental Change using a Stalagmite from Northwestern Madagascar: Implications for Research and Conservation (Railsback)

Bear Jordan, Changes in Clay Mineral Assemblages of Legacy Sediments in the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory, SC: Evidence for Anthropogenic Landscape Change (Schroeder)

Bear Jordan, Sydney Lee, Descriptive Mineralogy of Georgia’s Barrier Island Beaches (Walker)

Sophia Sanders, The Fate of Degraded Biotites in the Deep Critical Zone: Implications for the K-Uplift Hypothesis (Schroeder)