MADISON — Nearly 130 outstanding undergraduate student researchers from across the University of Wisconsin System, together with their faculty advisers, will fill the Capitol Rotunda March 11 to share their research findings on topics ranging from creating an affordable solar water heater system to the evaluation of Vitamin D and ?-3 fatty acids in ovarian cancer cells to the impacts of mental health and substance use disorders on criminal activity in young adults.
State legislators, state leaders, UW alumni, and other supporters are expected to attend and are encouraged to visit with students to learn more about the research.
About the event
What: 17th annual Research in the Rotunda, highlighting the impact of UW System undergraduate research
When: 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.: exhibits on display. Noon: Brief remarks by UW System President Ray Cross
Where: State Capitol Rotunda, Madison