Resources for Student Investigators

Undergraduate Student Research and Creative Projects Awards (Regulation 3-22)
Application Form for Research and Creative Project Awards
Travel Support for Undergraduate Student Research and Creative Presentations (Regulation 3-25)
Application Form for Travel Support (PDF)
Information for Student Presenters (PDF)

Research Opportunities

Minnesota State Undergraduate Research Conference
The Minnesota State Undergraduate Scholars Conference will be held at Rochester Community and Technical College on Friday, March 23, 2018. The conference is open to all disciplines for both oral and poster presentations. Abstracts are submitted to and accepted by your university’s representative to Minnesota Undergraduate Scholars Council. For more information contact Mingrui Zhang via email at MZhang@winona.edu.

Council on Undergraduate Research 
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.

Minnesota Undergraduate Scholars Consortium
The consortium of Minnesota State institutions who support undergraduate research, scholarly works and creative activity is hosting Posters at St. Paul on Feb. 28, 2018 at the Minnesota State Capitol Rotunda. This multi-disciplinary poster presentation opportunity highlights the work being done at Minnesota State Colleges and Universities. Winona State University will select five presentations to this event, please encourage your student to submit abstract. For more information contact Mingrui Zhang via email at MZhang@winona.edu.

Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)
The purpose of 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. 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 towards career goals, and collaborate with other WSU student organizations. Contact Dr. Tamanna McFarland at TShanta@winona.edu for more information.

Student Research in the Field