The Symposium gives undergraduate students in all disciplines, from all University of Wisconsin institutions, an opportunity to present their scholarly work on a wide variety of topics from artistic expressions to scientific research. Students participate through oral presentations, poster displays, gallery exhibits, and artistic performances. Throughout the day, participants have the opportunity to interact with students, faculty, and staff from all UW System campuses.
The Symposium allows undergraduate students to showcase their research, scholarly work and creative activity in all fields of study and majors. Students can give oral presentations, show posters, present original artwork, or give a performance in dance, music, poetry reading and theatre.
Who can participate?
UW System undergraduate students from all disciplines are invited to attend and present. Faculty mentors are encouraged to attend with students.
How to Participate?
To participate, students should have registered and submitted an abstract of their research or creative activity by the annual deadline.
This is a great way to share your scholarly and creative work at a statewide conference while interacting with others from around the state. It will allow you to network with faculty and students from other institutions as well as build your professional resume.