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Stout Creative and Research Scholars: Who Can Participate?

Stout Creative and Research Scholars

For Students

Stout Creative and Research Scholars on Minds@UW is a space for Stout students to publish their projects, presentations, and research. It also provides students the ability to promote the work that they are the most proud of. Minds@UW creates a permanent record and link for each project, which can then be used on resumes or other forms of self-promotion. A wide variety of research and projects can be added to Minds@UW to reflect the creativity of Stout students.

Examples of the types of research and projects:

  • Research papers and reports
  • Oral histories and other audio projects
  • Datasets
  • Capstone projects
  • Conference papers and presentations
  • Video and game design projects
  • Artwork and artist statements 

Have a project that's not listed above? Reach out to to see if it qualifies!

For Faculty & Staff

You can submit materials in a variety of file formats, as specified here.

Materials collected and made accessible through Stout Creative and Research Scholars include:

  • Abstracts
  • Data Sets
  • Photographs
  • Journal Articles
  • Dissertations
  • Posters
  • Book Chapters
  • Fictional Works and Poetry
  • Thesis
  • Book Reviews
  • Theses
  • Book Reviews
  • Images
  • Technical Reports
  • Conference Proceedings
  • Musical Scores 

Have a project that's not listed above? Reach out to to see if it qualifies!