The College of Veterinary Medicine's

Research Day 2024

Presented by the Office of the Associate Dean for Research

Event planning is underway for CVM Research Day 2024, check back for updates

Research Day is an annual spring event celebrating the College of Veterinary Medicine's research through the voices of trainees - while honoring faculty, research partners and alumni who contribute to our research mission. 

Participation is open to CVM graduate students, summer scholars and post-doctorate trainees, also CVM residents, research assistants, technicians and associates. 

Research Day is a forum for trainees to practice skills for communicating their discoveries through infographic and video abstracts to nonscientific audiences, which CVM recognizes as crucial for career development, preparing students to interact with the media, funders, and industry partners or employers. Research Day also provides an opportunity for faculty, students, and staff to share their outstanding work with each other as well as partners and stakeholders outside the college.  

Event attendance is open to anyone with an interest in CVM Research.  Join us.

2023 Highlights

Visit our 2023 Showcase page to see who won in 2023.

View the Past Events page to view all previous showcases.

Important Dates and Times

Event planning is underway for CVM Research Day 2024, check back for updates

Workshops

2023 Links shown below for 2024 approximations

Resources Page

Free access to creation tools

Applications

2023 Dates shown below for 2024 approximations


Research Day schedule

2023 Schedule shown below for 2024 approximations


Click here to view the 2023 program

2024 Application dates will be announced as they develop

Workshops and Labs

The Office of the Associate Dean for Research proudly presents a virtual workshop series that prepares and guides applicants through the content creation process, valuable resources, and tools to boost their success as a strong contender for the Research Day competition of choice. 

Visit our workshop page for a schedule of workshops and labs, a description of each, links to join via Zoom, and slides and recordings of past events.

Resources - Visit the resources page for a complete list of applicant resources 

Contact us

Please email us at the Office of the Associate Dean for Research at vetres@umn.edu with any questions, comments, or concerns you might have.