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See the Learning Technology website for poster templates, printing tips and deadlines and a submission form at: http:/www.uwstout.edu/lit/services/instructional/tutorials/researchposters.cfm.
Research Services will pay the cost of printing research posters for students presenting their research (one poster per research project) when these steps are followed: 1. The student must register for the event. 2. Their name will be added to the list of posters paid for by Research services. 3. The student must follow the instructions listed at the link above.
The Journal of Student Research (JSR) is UW-Stout's own student research publication, showcasing selected outstanding student scholarship across disciplines. Since its inception in 2002, the Journal has published over 175 articles by more than 200 student authors and is published annually both in print and electronically.
To view past JSR publications and find more information on JSR submissions, click on the link below.
The purpose of the UW-Stout Student Research Fund is to provide undergraduate and graduate students with funds to support research and the dissemination of research. Research is broadly defined as a systematic investigation designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge. This includes the creative pursuits that are characteristic of the arts and humanities. It is expected that this research will be conducted by a student or a group of students, with the guidance of a member of the faculty/academic staff of UW-Stout.
Fall Semester: October 4
For research projects with start date of November 1, 2013 through May 30, 2014
For dissemination grants with a travel date between October 30, 2013 through January 31, 2014
Spring Semester: February 1
For research projects with start date of March 1 and end date of May 30
For dissemination grants with a travel date between March 1 and June 15
Summer Semester: May 1
For research projects with start date of July 1 through September 30 and end date of June 15, 2014
For dissemination grants with a travel date between July 1 and October 30, 2014
Just In Time Funds -
Just In Time Funds (JIT) may be available (depending on budget) to support proposals for activities that arise outside the normal grant cycle. These proposals are accepted on an ongoing basis and must follow the established guidelines for traditional grants. JIT proposals are due to Research Services at least 6 weeks before the activity. Award notification will be prior to the proposal start date.
Questions? Need help? Contact Jane Anderson, Research Services, x2694, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Poster sessions have become an important way to present academic research at various conferences, conventions and professional gatherings. Help is available to make your research look professional!
Workshops will be held on Feb. 11th from 9 - 10 AM and Feb. 13th from 2 - 3 PM in Millennium 205
Find out about opportunities and upcoming events at the Orgsync website for the Student Research Club.