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SCHEDULE

Friday, July 25, 2014: Final poster title and abstract due. (See form on Moodle.)


Thursday, July 31, 2014: POSTER SESSION DAY, Exley Science Center Lobby
10:30 a.m. Set up (juice and water provided, also tacks, clips, boards, easels, and abstract books)
10:45 - 11:45 Fellows view each others' posters.
11:45 - 12:00 Closing meeting with pizza lunch for Fellows & Mentors (150 Exley)
12:00 - 1:00 Public Lecture: TBA
 1:00 - 3:00  Poster Session open to All (students, post-docs, faculty, staff, interested pre-frosh, invited guests;  you may invite friends and family.)

~Refreshments provided%7e

 3:00 p.m. Presenters move posters to bulletin boards in basement corridor.
 

DESIGNING POSTERS

Good advice on making posters is available in Pechenik's book and at http://www.ncsu.edu/project/posters
Focus on how you can best present your project visually to a broad audience. Definitely ask for feedback from your PI and labmates as you go along.

CREATING POSTERS

You will be thumbtacking or clipping your poster to a foam board on an easel.  The board measures 32" x 40"and can be used horizontally or vertically, but DO NOT glue anything directly to the board, so it can be re-used.  Especially for first-timers, making separate panels gives you more versatility.
Starting July 28,colored poster board will be available in room 242 HA (MB&B office).
If you are planning to print on the poster printer, you must schedule in advance to use (and pay for) the printer.  The UG Research in the Sciences Program does not pay for this.

SETUP

Easels, foam boards, push pins, and clips will be in the lobby upon your arrival for setup Thursday, July 31 at 10:30. There will be an index listing the names, titles, abstracts and poster # of each participant. Check to see which board # to use. It is often easiest to put the board on the ground to pin up your panels. View abstracts book available as a pdf document on the Moodle.

TAKEDOWN

At the end of the session, please take your poster downstairs, remove it from the white foam board, and re-mount it in the basement corridor (outside introductory biology laboratories). All boards and easels must be returned to the Science Center lobby at the end of the session.   

JOINT POSTERS and SPECIAL NEEDS

Occasionally, students who have worked together on a project, with the approval of their PI choose to make a joint poster instead of two related poster.  If you are planning that, please let us know on your abstract form, so we can give the pair a single number, but double-sized board. Similarly, if you have separate but related posters, let us know to make sure you get adjacent numbers.  If you have special needs for your poster, such as access to a power supply for a computer display, please let us know by Monday, July 28, so we can make arrangements.

LOOKING FORWARD TO A GREAT POSTER SESSION!
M. Snow and M. Weir