CURCI in the News

Powering the Potential in Students.

Angela Rae

Liz and Scott Morris' gift celebrates the inspired work of Gonzaga’s faculty, staff, students, alumni and community, and reinforces the University’s commitment to undergraduate research.

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Liz & Scott Morris Increase Opportunity for Humanities Research with Gift.

Liz and Scott Morris

"Gonzaga University has been blessed to have a community of benefactors who believe so deeply in the work being done here that they offer support with generous gifts."

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Undergraduate Research at Gonzaga Includes more than STEM Disciplines.

Angela Rae

For most people, the word “research” conjures an image of a biology or chemistry lab—but research isn’t restricted to the natural sciences.

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CURCI Provides Research Opportunities to CAS Students from all Disciplines.

Angela Rae

Research isn't just about STEM; the arts, humanities, and social sciences also provide a wealth of opportunities to explore the human experience, and the College of Arts & Sciences' Center for Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry (CURCI) serves as an essential resource for students seeking to enrich their undergraduate learning experiences in all areas of the College.

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Still Deciding Your Major?

Two students sit and study at a table in the library.

There are several resources available to students who are undecided.

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Mitchell Davey Studies Zambian Choral Music, Thanks to Research Fellowship

Mitchell Davey

"With help from the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry (CURCI), Davey sang and studied choral music in Africa during the 28-member choir’s regional tour and intercultural exchange in Zambia and Zimbabwe in May."

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