Winchell Undergraduate Research Symposium/Annual Meeting

 

 
86th Winchell Undergraduate Research Symposium & 32nd MAS Annual Meeting
Saturday, April 27, 2019
Century College, White Bear Lake, MN

2019 Keynote Speaker:  Dr. Jo Handelsman
Director, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, University of Wisconsin--Madison
Founder, Tiny Earth Initiative
"Studentsourcing Antibiotic Discovery"
 

REGISTRATION FOR 2019 IS NOW CLOSED. WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO A GREAT EVENT!
 
The registration process for student presenters includes abstract submission. During registration, students choose from three payment options: 1) pay their own registration fee, 2) indicate their department will pay their fee (with prior approval), or 3) request an American Chemical Society scholarship. Learn more about registration and view the student registration questions.
 
Early Bird Registration for students presenters, non-judge faculty, and full-day observers costs $65 and ends March 22, 2019.

Regular Registration for student presenters costs $75 and ends April 8, 2019.

Regular Registration for non-judge faculty and full-day observers costs $75 and ends April 19, 2019.

Observers who only attend student presentations after lunch may do so at no cost and may register until April 19, 2019.

Volunteers, speakers, and judges/evaluators who assist with symposium programming do not pay a registration fee and will register through a separate registration form. Contact Lara Maupin (laramaupin@mnmas.org) for more information.
 
What Is Winchell?
The Annual Meeting & Winchell Undergraduate Research Symposium prepares undergraduate students to enter science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields by providing a forum for students to showcase their scientific research, receive comments from professional scientists and peers, and network with professionals in the fields they aspire to enter.

There are four main components of the event: a keynote lecture, oral presentations, breakout sessions, and poster presentations. In 2018, the keynote address and oral presentations took place in the morning. Breakout sessions and poster sessions ran in the afternoon.
 
We strictly adhere to time and space limits (regarding oral and poster presentations, respectively). See: Guidelines for oral and poster presentations
 
 

 
Hosted in 2019 by
2019 Sponsors

 

 
Anonymous donation in memory of former MAS Executive Director M.I. (Buzz) Harrigan

Bethel University, Natural and Behavioral Sciences

Carleton College, Department of Chemistry

Hamline University, Chemistry and Biology Departments

Macalester College, Department of Biology

St. Catherine University, School of Humanities, Arts and Sciences

St. Olaf College, Natural Sciences and Math

University of Minnesota, Department of Psychology

University of Minnesota -- Duluth, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Sciences

University of Northwestern -- St. Paul, Department of Biology and Biochemistry

University of St. Thomas, Departments of Biology and Chemistry and the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program