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Conference of Undergraduate Scholar and Creative Activity

PURPOSE: The purpose of the conference is to provide undergraduate students from any MnSCU university the opportunity to present their research, scholarly, and creative projects through poster presentations, oral papers, visual art, displays, and performance art. The Conference provides intercampus engagement for both faculty and students, build pipelines between campuses, and increases the presence of MnSCU universities as leaders of undergraduate research.

ELIGIBILITY: Any MnSCU undergraduate student engaged in collaborative or independent research, scholarly, or creative activity, sponsored by a MnSCU faculty member.

CONFERENCE DATE: The conference will be held at Winona State University on Monday, April 13, 2015.


Participate in the Minnesota Undergraduate Scholars Conference

You'll open the door to one-on-one student/faculty collaborations that lead to life-long relationships. You'll enhance your educational experience and develop a lifelong love of learning. You'll turn your big ideas into real-world research projects that have the potential to prepare you for a rewarding career, advanced degrees and a richer life.

Participating in the Minnesota Undergraduate Scholars Conference is not just another thing to fit into your busy schedule. It is a life-changing opportunity that has the potential to transform not only your college career but also your life beyond the University. Learn more about how to get involved and what it takes to participate here.


Campus Coordinators

Presentation Format Guide

Abstract Information

Nomination and Abstract Submission



Contact Information

For more information regarding the Minnesota Undergraduate Scholars Conference contact:

Dr. Emily Deaver, Professor of Environmental Science
Southwest Minnesota State University, SM 171
1501 State Street * Marshall, MN 56258
Ph: 507-537-6171 * Fax: 507-537-6151

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