Showcase Your Work
Showcase your student/faculty collaborative research or creative project.
Don't waste your intellectual research efforts! Showcase your research or creative endeavor at one or more of these opportunities where you can be noticed and recognized for your work.
- Oshkosh Scholar: Published annually, Oshkosh Scholar is the UW Oshkosh undergraduate journal that highlights undergraduate scholarly research.
- Celebration of Scholarship: An annual event on the UW Oshkosh campus, Celebration of Scholarship is an opportunity for undergraduates and graduates alike to share their scholarly and creative work. This year's event will be held on Thursday, April 18, 2013.
- UW System Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity: Every two years the UW System Symposium is held at a different UW System Campus. (For 2013, the event will not be held because NCUR is being held at UW-La Crosse.) The Symposium gives undergraduate students in all disciplines an opportunity to present their scholarly work on topics from artistic expressions to scientific research through oral presentations, poster displays, gallery exhibits and artistic performances.
- Posters in the Rotunda: Held in Madison every Spring, Posters in the Rotunda provides University of Wisconsin undergraduates with an opportunity to show their research to legislators, state leaders and UW alumni. This year's event will be held on Wednesday, April 17, 2013. If you are interested in presenting, please ask your faculty adviser if he or she will send a nomination to the Office of Grants and Faculty Development. Read articles in UW Oshkosh Today to get a taste of the Posters in the Rotunda event.
- National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR): NCUR is a chance for undergraduates from all fields and disciplines nationwide to to showcase their creative and scholarly work through oral or poster presentations at this annual event. The 2013 event will be held at UW-La Crosse on April 11-13, 2013.
- Posters on the Hill: Sixty competitively selected undergraduates nationwide meet with their congressional delegation and present their research in the U.S. Capitol.