UW-Eau Claire students will display their faculty-mentored research, scholarly and creative projects at the annual student research event, the Celebration of Excellence in Research and Creative Activity, April 25-29, marking the 24th year of student research days on campus. Learn more about undergraduate research opportunities here.
Forty students from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire attended the National Conference on Undergraduate Research April 7-9 at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. Students represented UW-Eau Claire departments and units of chemistry, communication sciences and disorders, honors, kinesiology, mathematics, nursing, psychology, and social work. Travel to the conference was supported by Blugold Commitment funding. Learn more about traveling to present your research.
Students and their faculty advisers from across the UW system will converge on the state capitol April 13 to showcase their undergraduate research for local leaders, legislators and UW alumni at the 13th annual Posters in the Rotunda event. Eleven UW-Eau Claire students were selected by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs to present posters at the event. Each school is allowed only six posters, so research projects are chosen from a variety of disciplines with topics that might be of interest to legislators.
The UW-Eau Claire Foundation awards study abroad scholarships ranging from $250-$1,000 each semester. 30 scholarships have been awarded for international travel during the summer of 2016. Learn more about student funding here.
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