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UGA student research showcased in CURO Symposium

"Projects weren’t limited to the sciences, but came from across all of UGA’s schools. For instance, one student working with UGA Honors Program Director David Williams, a religion professor, studied the intersection of artificial intelligence and religion, and economics major Alex Edquist studied ways to make prison systems more effective.

The undergraduate research program began in 1999, and at first was limited to Honors Program students. In 2010, it was opened to all undergraduates. CURO passed a couple of milestones this year, Williams said."



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