Research Day

Showcasing student and faculty research, creativity, and innovation and its impact on business, industry and the community
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Research Day is a free annual celebration of the research, creativity, and innovation of students and faculty at UW-Stout. It is just one of a series of spectacular end-of-year events forming the Stout Showcase, events that celebrate and share the results of career-focused applied learning and collaboration from the past academic year.

Research Day offers a venue for students and faculty from all fields to share the results of their ground-breaking research, scholarly or artistic projects with the public and with their peers. Through posters, exhibits, demonstrations, oral presentations, and videos, students and faculty share what they've learned, created, and innovated with business, industry and community partners. 

Research Day 2023

On Campus: May 2 | Online: May 1-5

Join the Chancellor, Provost, and other UW-Stout leadership in person on May 2, 2023. Connect with students and faculty directly to learn more about their projects and how their research will enhance and revolutionize the way we live, work and understand the world. Also join online May 1 - May 5, 2023, to check out additional projects by viewing videos and digital posters and engaging with the presenters through discussion boards.

Event Schedule

  • WiSys Quick Pitch Competition: May 2, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (Memorial Student Center, Great Hall)
  • Posters and Exhibits (Session A): May 2, 1:30-3:00 p.m. (Memorial Student Center, Great Hall and Ballrooms)
  • Oral Presentations: May 2, 3:00-4:30 p.m. (Memorial Student Center, Great Hall) *Appetizers Served*
  • Posters and Exhibits (Session B): May 2, 4:30-6:00 p.m. (Memorial Student Center, Great Hall and Ballrooms)
  • Award Ceremony: May 2, 6:00-6:30 p.m. (Memorial Student Center, Great Hall) *Refreshments Served*
  • Virtual Presentations: May 1 - May 5 (online only)
Attend in Person

Location

UW-Stout, Memorial Student Center, 302 10th Ave E, Menomonie, WI 54751 - Find a campus map here.

Parking Instructions

Find information on guest parking here. Lots 14, 18 and 27 (shown here) are the nearest to the Memorial Student Center that have parking meters for guest parking.

    Attend Online

    Location

    Log-In Instructions

    • Community Members: select “UW Continuing Education Student” and then “Need a Canvas Account” to set up account and then register for “Research Day 2023” course.
    • UW-Stout Faculty, Staff and Students: Log in through the “UW Employee/Faculty/Student” option.
    • Note: Presenters will respond to attendee questions and comments throughout the week.
    "The best part of sharing the research was expressing it more tangibly to people who are interested.
    Skyler Grabowsky B.S. Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

    Research Day Organizer

    Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

    We support students, faculty and staff with research efforts, grant funding and applications, IRB protocol, and more.
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    Research Day Sponsor

    Stout University Foundation

    Supporting UW-Stout's legacy
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    Research Day

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    Faculty recognized for research in rehabilitation counseling, natural resource economics Featured Image

    Faculty recognized for research in rehabilitation counseling, natural resource economics

    Students also awarded for works in video, autoimmune diseases, E.coli detection in water
    Research Day to celebrate more than 200 student, faculty scholarly and artistic works on May 3 Featured Image

    Research Day to celebrate more than 200 student, faculty scholarly and artistic works on May 3

    University offers opportunity to showcase projects, including student work in medical device technology
    Entrepreneur students share innovative ideas as part of Research Day Featured Image

    Entrepreneur students share innovative ideas as part of Research Day

    A new type of trailer hitch, electronic tags to make sure food is eaten while it is still fresh and a virtual reality workout bicycle were some of the student r