Click here to attend Fall 2020 Virtual UR DayGuidebook
Undergraduate Research Day is a biannual event where we highlight the great work of our Undergraduate Student Researchers, though poster and video presentations. Normally, this event is a live poster presentation but we have temporarily moved to an online platform because of the current state of COVID.
What to Expect:
-View presentations and posters from current student researchers
-Ask questions about research & graduate school live!
-Explore past SURF research projects
-Learn about research grants & other program details
If you are interested in just looking at students’ projects without utilizing Guidebook’s interaction features, you can access Undergraduate Research Day through Guidebook without making an account.
The event will be from 9:00- 3:00 but we will keep it public and open for people to view if they cannot attend on November 11, 2020.
Attend our Live Panel Discussions
We are looking forward to seeing you there!
As you know, it was planned for UW-Whitewater to host UW-System Symposium for spring 2020. Due to COVID-19, the event was canceled. Many of our research students/grantees still like to showcase their research findings. This is where Virtual UR Day comes in! Typically, UW-W's Undergraduate Research Program holds an Undergraduate Research (UR) Day every semester, so we have moved the process of poster-sharing and speech-giving online. Once we receive submissions via our email or Google Docs sharing, we will be hosting the event through the event app Guidebook. Stay tuned for event details!
New Poster Instructions: (You will not need to make a new poster if you already have one.)
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns!
Finally, your participation will be awarded! When you share your research presentation with us, please send us your mailing address. We will send you a very nice certificate from URP. You can add this certification to your portfolio and use it when you need to apply for jobs or graduate schools.