Posters in the Rotunda
The 7th Annual Posters in the Rotunda event took place on May 5 and featured undergraduate research projects conducted by students throughout the University of Wisconsin System. The event held in the Capitol Rotunda consisted of students displaying posters describing their research projects and presenting their findings to the public. Among the presenters were students from UW-River Falls and UW-Stout, whose research projects covered a wide array of disciplines from studying the optimal method of recycling collection in Dunn County to neutrino research in Antarctica. Neutrinos are elementary particles that are difficult to detect. Congratulations to the student presenters for their hard work and worthwhile presentations.