The annual Undergraduate Symposium ( is our campus-wide showcase for undergraduate creativity, achievement, research, service-learning and community-based research across all disciplines through oral presentations, poster sessions, exhibitions, and performances. The Symposium will be on April 10, 2014, in Union South.

Residential Learning Communities Green House and ERLC

Physics Department

UPS: The University Physical Society

UW CS Undergraduate Projects Lab (UPL)

The Hub, a student organization in the Computer Science department that helps connect CS undergraduates, the CS department, other Madison students, and the Madison CS community.

Humanities Hackthon series

Wisconsin Institute for Discovery

Student Leadership Center

UW-Madison student job center

Biomedical Engineering Design course

Office of Industrial partnerships

Enlight Fountain Control Group

Optics Society of America local chapter University of Wisconsin - Madison

Mr. Visar Ajeti 1550 Engineering Dr ECB 2141 Madison, WI 53706-1609 UNITED STATES

UW Institute for Biology

UW Educational Innovation

Product Realization Program the UWM College of Engineering & Applied Science

Transcend Engineering student organization. Transcend brings together Business, computer science and engineering students to encourage collaboration and entrepreneurship. Transcend also exists to link students into resources and the entrepreneurship community.

Physical Science Lab (PSL) Dear UW-Madison colleague, Welcome to the new 2013-2014 academic year! Two years ago, the Physical Sciences Lab started a program to help student driven research projects for little to no cost. This allowed new ideas, without sufficient funding, to go from a concept to an actual design. This year we're looking to help more people make their ideas a reality.

For the last 45 years, PSL has helped researchers achieve their goals from bench top research instruments to massive projects that became Science Magazine's "Breakthrough of the Year". Our staff of highly trained engineers, machinists, and technicians can help you make a special research instrument, fix a broken one, or make an existing piece of equipment better.

Contact us at or call 877-2200. You can also meet us in our campus office Monday, Wednesday, or Thursday afternoons. Our office is 1535 AOSS, 1225 W. Dayton.

We look forward to helping you.