Present your research and celebrate your creative achievement with fellow Warriors.
Doing research is one thing, but articulating your methodology and results is another.
It’s important that you gain practice in explaining your research to different audiences before you graduate, so you’re a well-rounded researcher and communicator.
That’s why WSU recognizes the efforts of our amazing student scholars every year through various presentation opportunities.
April 18 | 9am-4pm | Kryzsko Ballroom
Every Spring, students at the Winona and Rochester campuses come together to celebrate their research and creative projects.
Support your friends and classmates or get ready to show off your own poster and talk through your findings with your peers.
Two Celebrations, Same Day
The Ramaley Celebration is one of the events happening on the Research & Creative Achievement Day.
This celebration highlights the research and creative work of undergraduate students and faculty on the Winona campus.
The Ramaley Celebration is named after former Winona State president Judith Ramaley, who firmly believed research is an integral part of the student experience at WSU.
The Community Creative Achievement Day is another event happening on the Research & Creative Achievement Day.
This celebration focuses on the research and community projects of students and faculty from the Rochester campus.
Choose Your Session
Students will present their posters in person within one-hour time blocks either during the morning or afternoon session.
Students who completed the Early-Year Research and Creative Mentoring grants program will share their experiences in this in-person oral session.
Faculty are invited to share abstracts of their research and creative scholarship.
This work can be either independent or collaborative with student contributors.
Virtual live presentations on Zoom are open to all students.
Pre-recorded sessions will also be available to view in the Ramaley Celebration collection on OpenRiver.
Sessions of music, performance, exhibition, or other scholarly achievement will be shared during in-person sessions throughout the day.
Can’t get enough of presenting your work? Don’t worry. There’s plenty more where that came from.
Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) promotes undergraduate research and creative scholarship for a broad range of fields of study.
Winona State University is an institutional member of CUR.
Celebrate our Minnesota State system students and faculty as leaders in undergraduate research at the annual Minnesota State Undergraduate Scholars Conference.
Showcase a poster-, oral-, artistic-, or gallery-style presentation alongside your faculty mentor.
This year’s conference will take place as a hybrid event with both in-person and virtual activities on April 28-29.
Registration is required.
Join other Minnesota State system undergraduates at Posters at St. Paul to present your research, scholarly works, and creative activity at the Minnesota State Capitol Rotunda in the Spring.
You could be one of 5 presenters to represent Winona State at this event.
For more information, email Mingrui Zhang at email@example.com.
Present your undergraduate research and creative inquiry at the Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium.
This is a regional conference hosted by Viterbo University.
The purpose of Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) is to serve as a platform for female students enrolled in the College of Science and Engineering and/or the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at WSU.
One avenue to achieve these objectives is by showcasing research done at Winona State University by participating in various research symposiums, providing opportunities to network with career professionals, and collaborate with other WSU student organizations.
Contact Dr. Emily Ruff at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.