Now that you’ve done all of that work, it’s time to present! There are a number of conferences and journals where you can present your research and creative activities. This list is just a sample, so talk to your academic and research advisers for more ideas!
Morris students frequently participate in the American College Theater National Festival, a national theatre program involving thousands of students from colleges and universities nationwide. The festival celebrates outstanding work produced in college theatre programs, provides opportunities to develop skills, and recognizes new and experimental works, especially those by students. To inquire about UMM’s participation in this year’s festival contact the Office of the Humanities Division at 320-589-6251 and ask to speak with the current Theatre Discipline coordinator.
The Minnesota Academy of Sciences hosts an annual meeting at which undergraduate students can present their research to a broad audience. The gathering also allows Minnesotans involved in science to meet their colleagues from academia, industry, and government and to hear or present the results of research with a regional emphasis. The April meeting rotates locations throughout the state.
The national Conference on Undergraduate Research is an annual conference featuring undergraduate research and scholarship from all disciplines. Visit their website to learn more about the organization.
Morris’s Undergraduate Research Symposium is an annual spring event showcasing investigation, creative activity, and scholarship presented by student who have participated in independent research, capstone projects, or exploration with faculty, some through the Morris Academic Partners or Undergraduate Research Opportunities financial stipend programs. Students interested in presenting at the Undergraduate Research Symposium should watch for a call for submissions shortly after winter break.
The National Undergraduate Research Clearinghouse is a website sponsored by the National Science Foundation and Missouri Western State College on which students can share manuscripts. Registration is free; manuscript submission is fully automated.