Ramaley Research Celebration at Winona State University

The Ramaley Research Celebration is named for Judith Ramaley, the 14th president of Winona State University. President Ramaley continued to teach during her tenure as president and she was an ardent supporter of undergraduate research as an integral part of the educational experience at WSU.

The purpose of this symposium is to recognize the scholarly research and creative inquiry of our undergraduate students and their faculty advisors. The diversity of presentations demonstrates the value placed on research and creative inquiry by the entire WSU community.

Winona State University acknowledges the efforts of our student-faculty investigators and invites all undergraduate students involved in research or creative scholarship to present at the Ramaley Research Celebration.

11th Year Celebration

The celebration is now in its 11th year. It will be held Wednesday, April 12, 2017 from 1-5 pm in East Hall, Kryzsko Commons.

Students interested in presenting research, performances, art, or other scholarly activities done in collaboration with WSU faculty are invited to participate in this event.  Abstracts describing their work should be submitted using the instructions provided on the Research Celebration page. This site includes information on abstract format and the link to submit your abstract. Consult with your faculty mentor on submissions.  Refer to the Undergraduate Research site for updates on the Celebration.

All members of the WSU community are invited to attend and celebrate the scholarly and creative works of our students. We particularly encourage lower-level WSU students to come and get a peek at the type of projects you may choose to do while at WSU.