Student Scholarship and Creativity

Student Scholarship and Creativity Celebration

A Showcase for the Scholarly and Creative Work of MU Students

A reinvigorated and renamed student research and performing and visual arts conference is being launched this year. The new conference, renamed Made in Millersville: A Celebration of Student Scholarship and Creativity, is intended to highlight the work being done by MU students Scholarship and creativity are used to embrace projects like traditional field and laboratory work as well as projects reflecting the full breadth of MU student endeavors, such as creative writing, musical or dramatic performance, debate, public speaking, and other activities. 

This year's conference is scheduled for:

April 23, 2015

McNairy Library and Learning Forum

Ganser Hall

and in venues across Campus

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

This is a public event and everyone is welcome to come see what is MADE IN MILLERSVILLE!

A complete lisiting of posters, performances, exhibitions and demonstrations can be downloaded HERE

The focus on all scholarly and creative activity is tied to expanding participation by encouraging presentations beyond conventional forms – e.g. the poster and/or oral presentation – and toward innovative ways of showing student work.  We encourage participants to be creative in proposing ways in which work could be shown and have been surprised by the level of student and faculty enthusiasm!

Contact Information

McNairy 500

Mailing Address:
Sponsored Programs & Research Administration
P.O. Box 1002
Millersville University
Millersville, PA 17551


The Presentation Proposal Form is Available in two formats.

  • The Word version can be downloaded HERE.
  • A PDF form can be downloaded HERE

Please return completed forms to Rene Munoz. Electronic copies can be sent via email. Hard copies can be dropped off at McNairy 500.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email or call.



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  • Join members of the organizing committee for an information open house to share your ideas and speak with members of the organizing committee. More information can be found HERE
  • Help your school win the SCHOLAR'S CUP. The Scholar's Cup is a $3,000 award made to the University school with highest percentage of students participating in the conference. The award will be used to support undergraduate research and creative projects in that school