Photo gallery Research in the Rotunda
UW-Madison students shared their research findings with legislators, state leaders, UW alumni and others during Research in the Rotunda on April 11 at the Wisconsin State Capitol. The outreach event allows students and faculty advisors from across the UW System to connect and spread their knowledge.
UW-Madison students present their research project displays as people fill the Wisconsin State Capitol during Research in the Rotunda.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank listens to student Liliana Lule talk about her research project.
Sen. Fred Risser listens to UW-Madison student Morgan Sanger talk about her and her teammates' research project.
UW-Madison student Negassi Tesfamichael describes his research project on display to Gloria Hawkins, assistant vice provost and director of Chancellor's Scholars and Powers Knapp's Scholarship Programs.
Steven Cramer, UW-Madison vice provost for teaching and learning, and Michelle Harris, faculty associate in the Biology Core Curriculum, listen to Evan Hernandez talk about his research project.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank asks questions of student Tyler Klink about he and his teammates' research project.