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Presentation Opportunities

Presentation Opportunities

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UWRF and UW-System Conferences

Opportunity to Present Date/Time Location Limited Enrollment Open to all Disciplines For More Information

URSCA Fall Gala

T 12.3.2019, 

4:30-7 PM

Riverview Ballroom, UC; UWRF

 

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Registration

Registration for 2019 now closed

WiSys Quick Pitch

M 12.2.2019

3:30-5:30 PM

Kinni Theater, UC

 

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Registration

Posters on the Hill

2020 Dates TBA

Capitol Hill; Washington, D.C.

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9.4 to 11.5, 2019

Research in the Rotunda

W 3.11.2020

Capitol Rotunda Building; Madison, WI

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By invitation only

National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR)

3.25 - 3.28.2020

Montana State University; Bozeman, MT

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Abstract Submission 9.30.19 - 12.6.19

UW-System Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity

F 4.24.2020

UW Whitewater; Whitewater, WI

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Abstract Submission closes 3.16.20

Visit: UW Symposium Whitewater

WiSys SPARK Symposium

M 7.27.2020 - T 7.28.2020

Madison, WI

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Visit: https://www.wisys.org/events/spark

 

Discipline Specific Conferences

Opportunity to Present Date Location Disciplines For More Information

2019 Animal Care and Handling Conference

10.17-18.19

Kansas City, Misourri

Animal Science

https://www.meatinstitute.org/

Central States Communication Association Conference

4.19-20 2020 TBA

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Communication Studies

csca-net.org/aws/CSCA/pt/sp/home_page

Geological Society of America - North Central Section Annual Meeting

5.18-19.19

Duluth, Minnesota

Geology

geosociety.org/

Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting

4.2-5.20

Omaha, NE

Sociology

https://www.themss.org/future-meetings

Students of Agronomy, Soils and Environmental Sciences (SASES) Annual Meeting

11.10-11.20

San Antonio, Texas

Agronomy, Crops, Soils, Plant, Earth and Environmental Sciences

agronomy.org/students/

 

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Presenting Your Work 

There are many opportunities for undergraduates to present their research, scholarly, and creative work including on-campus, statewide and nationally. There are several ways to present your creative and scholarly work. Each conference or meeting will have their own guidelines that should be followed for each type of presentation: poster display, oral presentation, or creative display.  To create a poster, InDesign and Powerpoint are the best programs to use. The URSCA office has made available these poster and oral presentation templates with instructions.