Showcasing the Work of UW Undergraduates
Each year, Research in the Rotunda is a wonderful opportunity to learn about the exciting research going on throughout the state and to support Wisconsin students and faculty members who contribute to the state’s strong economic future.
The University of Wisconsin System is a national leader in undergraduate research, which contributes to the state’s priorities, including retention, graduation rates, workforce, and economic development.
Campus News Stories
Riveting research 2023: UWL students shine at Wisconsin State Capitol
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Research road trip: UWO students present study findings, creative works at state capitol
UW-Platteville students showcase research at the Capitol
Research in the Rotunda event challenges students, offers valuable experience: Nine from UW-River Falls will join others to present their work at state Capitol March 8
UW-Stevens Point student prepares for UW System research showcase
Nine UW-Stout students to present applied research at annual state Capitol event
UW-Superior students showcase research in Capitol Rotunda in 19th annual event
2023 Research in the Rotunda
CAPITOL ROTUNDA | Wednesday, March 8, 2023
On March 8, outstanding undergraduate student researchers from across the University of Wisconsin System, together with their faculty advisers, shared their research findings on a variety of important topics with legislators, state leaders, UW alumni, and other supporters in Wisconsin’s Capitol Rotunda.
Research Projects Program
Research Project Videos
See submitted student videos, searchable by university or student.
Students find research can be Capitol project
Wisconsin State Journal
UW System students present research to state leaders
NBC-15 (with video)
Annual Research in the Rotunda showcases UW System students’ work
WISC-TV 3 (with video)
UW System undergraduates showcase research in Capitol Rotunda in 19th annual event