THree REASONS FOR Everyone

Made in Millersville is a professional showcase for Millersville University students who are engaged in independent creative or scholarly projects, including community engagement through internships and service activities, or who have completed projects as part of class assignments.

CONTRIBUTE to student development by speaking with them about their project. Being able to converse about a technical subject with an interested audience of lay people and professionals is an important professional skill. Talking to our students helps prepare them for jobs or graduate school. If you want to contribute more formally, volunteer to review!

EXPERIENCE an amazing variety of student projects. Students give talks, recite poetry, exhibit art, display posters and perform representing every college and department at Millersville University. You may come away with new insights or ideas, or just be surprised by what our students do! To get a general idea about the conference, browse About MIM and check out photos from the previous conferences.

ENJOY one of the largest, if not the largest, student conference among the 14 state system schools. This year we are anticipating more than 200 presentations involving over 400 students presenting, performing or exhibiting their scholarly and creative work - Every University department will be represented in an engaging atmosphere that invites questions, conversations and collaboration.

Made in Millersville will be held from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Tuesday, April 14th, 2020 in the McNairy Library and Learning Forum on the Millersville University campus. Everyone is invited. If you plan to attend Made in Millersville, please let us know by registering HERE.

“This was the first time I participated in an event like this. I felt proud to present my hard work. It’s a great way to connect with others about your passion. We spend so much time on our projects it’s great to see them on display!
— Erica Lehman '18, MS in Nursing

Made in Millersville displays the wide range of high-level work of which the students at Millersville are capable.
— Erin Jones '18, BS in Meteorology

Seeing students feel the pressure of presenting and rise up to the challenge is really inspiring.
— Dr. Caleb Corkery, professor, English