Research at Winona State
At Winona State University students are an integral part of the pursuit of research and creative inquiry. Working with faculty advisors students explore research topics ranging from arts, education, humanities, and the health, natural, physical and social sciences. Each year, during National Undergraduate Research Week, students present a broad spectrum of research presentations and demonstrations to the entire WSU community at the annual Judith Ramaley Research Celebration and Creative Scholarship event.
Winona State University also has the honor of participating in the annual Minnesota Undergraduate Scholars Conference. The hosting of this event further demonstrates the continued growth and success of undergraduate research at Winona State and throughout the greater Minnesota State system.
As a community we’re researching in a number of areas in and outside of the sciences. Students can explore research topics like:
- Multiple Sclerosis - Neural Development Laboratory
- Ebola Virus and Virus Like Particle Vaccines
- History of Galaxies and How the Universe Has Evolved