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Minds@Work: Celebrating Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity

Engagement in undergraduate research and creative pursuits is an increasingly significant aspect of the higher education experience. Shippensburg University has embraced the opportunity for our student scholars to engage in research and scholarly activities and to showcase the diversity of research and scholarly activity in Ship’s many academic disciplines.

Minds@Work prepares Ship students for the demands of graduate pursuits, as well as some of the challenges our students may experience in their chosen profession. Our Ship students gain proficiency in their fields of study in preparing for Minds@Work, enabling students to bridge the gap between theory and practice by providing them with hands-on experience.

This experience helps our student scholars to develop communication and presentation skills and allows them to practice articulating their ideas clearly and effectively. 

This experience is made possible through the mentorship and expertise of our dedicated faculty who prepare and guide students through this experience. Students receive additional support from our dedicated staff and industry partners who provide insight into the ever-changing professional world.

2025 Conference
April 22, 2025

Questions? Contact Kim Taylor

For examples of the research and creative projects presented at this conference, view the Minds@Work Program 2024.


April 23rd, 2024 Minds@Work highlights

Contact the Institute for Public Service and Sponsored Programs Old Main 207 1871 Old Main Drive Shippensburg, PA 17257 Phone: 717-477-1251 Fax: (717) 477-4053