Are you looking to enhance your undergraduate experience? Looking for a new challenge? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding of a topic you’ve studied? If you have answered yes to any of the previous questions, you may want to consider attending a workshop.  Workshops presented by the Center for Undergraduate Research Board of Students (CURBS) cover a variety of topics to help undergraduates be successful during their time at UF.

The Workshops Committee is responsible for planning and executing weekly events during the Fall and Spring semesters. These events can come in many forms, including lectures, discussions, and panels. The goal of these workshops is to provide in-depth information and guidance about certain aspects of research, such as applying for a summer REU or discussing forms of research in the Humanities. 

Sciwheel Tutorial

Sciwheel Reference Manager has become a popular tool for organizing articles and publications. Free to UF students, this tool is one of CUR’s favorites! Watch the video to learn how you can sign up and use the features to make your research and writing easier!

Previous Workshops

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Contact Us

Mariyah Dhanani

Director of Workshops

Varun Kanneganti

Director of Workhops

Have an idea for a workshop?

CURBS is committed to providing valuable experiences for undergraduates on and off campus at UF.  If you have a suggestion for a workshop or resource that would provide value to your individual experience, we want to know! 

Follow the link below to submit your suggestions.