If you’re participating in the Graduate Student Research Poster Session, don’t forget to send in your poster to Regina Semko at firstname.lastname@example.org tomorrow! Here are some tips and guidelines to help you:
- Your poster should be created in PowerPoint, in landscape format set at 54”l. x 40”w.
- Contact Dr. Robert Nusbaum (email@example.com) at the Geology Department or Patty Pate (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the Copy Center to print your poster. The Graduate School will cover the cost to print the posters at these two locations. It is good to be available when your poster is being printed.
- Get someone to proof your poster BEFORE it is plotted/printed.
- All posters should be completed and printed at least one week prior to the session (by January 12th) to avoid a last minute rush near the deadline.
Some additional reminders:
- The poster session is on January 19 in the Stern Student Ballroom. Poster set up is from 9:00 a.m.- 3:30 p.m., and poster presentations and reception is from 4:00- 6:00 p.m.
- Winning posters will be selected based on the quality of the project/research, the oral presentation, and the overall design of the poster. Although posters may be included in the exhibit without an oral presentation, those posters will not be considered for the monetary prizes.
- Members of the Board of Trustees and of the Graduate School Advisory Board will be on campus on the day of the poster session. They each will receive a personal invitation from the Graduate Student Association to attend that day. All faculty, staff and students are also invited to attend the event.