Welcome to the Student Exhibits page!
The Engineering EXPO is returning to the UW-Madison campus this April, and the exhibits are a huge and important part of what makes it great! Whether you are a student or group looking to exhibit, or a prospective Engineering EXPO visitor, you can find out more about the exhibits here!
For an idea of what EXPO is all about…
For more information, please see…
Visitor Information Exhibitor Information Faculty Information
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When visiting Engineering EXPO, the exhibits form a large part of what you will see. Exhibits are put together by undergraduate students, graduate students, and student organizations. Topics for exhibits are typically extremely varied and cater to a broad range of audiences.
All students and faculty are invited and encouraged to take part in Engineering EXPO.
This year, we anticipate awarding over $7000 in cash awards!!
EXPO Exhibitor Registration:
Student clubs, organizations and more, register for EXPO here!
Exhibits will be judged and awards granted in the following categories:
- Individual Undergraduate
- Group Undergraduate
- Graduate (Individual or Group)
- Student Organization
Judging will be conducted by faculty members and industry representatives. There will also be “People’s Choice Award” handed out based on feedback from EXPO visitors.
Topics for exhibits can be anything related to science or engineering**. Some possible ideas could be:
- School design project
- On-campus research
- Independent project
- Open lab/office/work space for tours or demos
- That really cool thing on the internet you always wanted to try building
- Some other topics that interests you
The more variety we have for exhibits, the better the EXPO experience will be for everyone! This year’s slogan is “Generating a Brighter Future”, so don’t be afraid to get creative in exhibit ideas.**Keep in Mind: The primary audience at EXPO on Friday will be school children from 4th through 8th grade, so please plan your exhibit accordingly. Exhibits can be technical in nature, but you should be prepared to speak to and engage with everyone from young children to industry professionals on your topic.
The whole college is going to be doing it…and you should too!!
This year, we want to make sure interested faculty are fully informed about ways they can get involved in Engineering EXPO and help represent the College of Engineering while inspiring the next generation of engineering students.
Ways to get involved:
There are many ways you can get involved as a faculty member. Some examples include:
- Create a poster or tabletop exhibit showcasing your research area
- Open your lab for tours/open houses during EXPO
- Encourage students working with you to create an exhibit
- Put together a demonstration/informational talk
- Volunteer as a judge
- And more!