Monday, April 3, 2017 - 10:26am

Congratulations to Anna Davidson, a Russian minor here at UGA, has won the Best Paper Award in Arts, Humanities, and Media at this year's CURO Symposium for her essay, "Privileged Perception: An Examination of Supersensory Insight in Nabokov's The Gift." She will present her research on Tuesday, April 4th at 9:30am at the Classic Center. Her faculty advisor is Dr. Charles Byrd.

The CURO Symposium, an annual research symposium at the University of Georgia, provides an opportunity for all undergraduate researchers at various stages of the research process to present their research to the university's academic community. The symposium features concurrent Oral Sessions and a Poster Session. Students may present in either format.

The Symposium:

  • Highlights excellence in research by undergraduate students
  • Provides a forum for undergraduates to disseminate their research findings and creative works allows undergraduate researchers at UGA to engage, cooperate and communicate with their peers and university faculty and administrators.