For more information: Please contact the URSCA Office located in 160 Hagestad Hall by stopping in the office, phone at 715-425-3902 or email.
URSCA Dissemination Opportunities
Supported by SURSCA (Society for Undergraduate Research, Creative and Scholarly Activity)
December 3rd, 2013 at 5:30-7:30pm in the University Center Ballroom
All Disciplines Welcome!
Posters on the Hill
Application information for 2014 Posters on the Hill event will be coming soon!
Mid-March - Exact Date and details will be announced in December
Capitol Hill; Madison, WI
NCUR - National Conferences on Undergraduate Research
27th National Conference on Undergraduate Research - Link to more information soon!
Thursday, April 3, 2013 - Saturday, April 4, 2013
University of Kentucky
NCUR features multidisciplinary research, including the sciences and the arts where students present their projects in the form of a poster, as an oral presentation or an art exhibit. Whichever way they chose to present, students fielded questions and explained their project and methods to conference attendees.
The 2014 Symposium will be held at UW-Milwaukee - More information coming soon!
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.
Spring Research, Scholarly, and Creative Activity Day
Spring 2014 - April 17, 2014 in the Riverview Ballroom, University Center
Supported by the Grants and Research Department
UWRF is committed to providing a comprehensive range of opportunities for students in all disciplines to use their newly developed skills in solving genuine problems in their fields and present their solutions to their colleagues, faculty and staff, and the public. Each spring since 1991, UWRF has celebrated the research, scholarly, and creative activity of students, staff, and faculty by showing posters depicting their work.
Students are also encouraged to present their research/activities at discipline specific opportunities. Please email us if you would like to submit an opportunity for the webpage.
Literati is founded by the University of Wisconsin's undergraduate English group Madison Undergraduate Society for English (MUSE)
Saturday, March 16th, 2013 at University of Wisconsin-Madison
The University of Wisconsin's first annual conference on language, literature, and the humanities. Literati aims to inquire into the marginalized state of the humanities as a whole. While this conference is mainly literary criticism, we do solicit submissions of creative writing and digital projects. To this end, we hope Literati will invite a discussion of the subjective nature of literary perspectives; in some ways, we are always peering into or from the margins.
Deadline for submissions is January 14th, 2013
For more information and online submission...visit their webpage!
6th Annual Wisconsin Science and Technology Symposium
July 22-23, 2013 at University of Wisconsin-Superior
The goal of this annual event is to spark collaboration and partnership among academia and industry, promote interdisciplinary research and offer an opportunity to network with technology entrepreneurs.
Previous symposia have attracted more than 150 participants each year from universities, medical institutions and private industry, and have covered research areas including nanotechnology, sustainable energy, pharmaceutical development, medical devices and tissue engineering.
WSTS 2013 will focus on the establishment of collaborative partnerships to accelerate innovative research.
The event will include presentations from several UW startup companies as well as Wisconsin businesses partnering with UW faculty.
Over 15 UW faculty research presentations will display the depth of high-tech R&D with potential for future economic and job impact.
A Monday evening networking reception aboard the Vista Fleet is designed to help faculty, staff and students commercialize their business ideas.
We are actively recruiting students to attend and participate by presenting their research in the dedicated poster session and experiencing the informative presentations, workshops and networking opportunities that WSTS has to offer.
Registration and Poster Submissions:
Please visit www.wisys.org/events to pre-register and/or submit a poster. All posters will be reviewed for scientific merit before being accepted, and the dedicated poster session is expected to take place on Monday, July 22.
Cost is $50 for the 2 day event and $15 for an optional Monday evening dinner/networking cruise aboard the Vista Fleet. UW students are eligible for ½ price registration and cruise fees, and student scholarships may also be available (please indicate if you are a student on your pre-registration form)
Space is limited, so register early!
Free bus transportation from Madison and Eau Claire will be available for up to 50 interested registrants on a first-come, first-serve basis.