A Celebration of Research
2022 College of Arts & Sciences Research Poster Session:
Tues, Nov 8 l 10:00 am - 2:00 pm l AMU Ballrooms
This event showcases and celebrates the many contributions and rich variety of research that takes place within the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences. This event will take place in the Alumni Memorial Union (AMU) ballrooms from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. with a short program starting at 11:30 a.m.
Open to all College faculty, students (graduate and undergraduate) and staff from all departments in the College with the following objectives
- Demonstrate the breadth of research and creative projects of our faculty, students and staff.
- Promote engagement in research and experiential learning in the college.
- Encourage interaction and discussion with researchers and peers in other disciplines, departments and majors.
- Connect with and discuss your research with a wide range of people. A great way to improve and fine-tune your presentation skills.
Poster Session Guidelines and information can be found below. Please contact us with any questions.
We look forward to seeing your work!
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All Klingler College of Arts and Sciences faculty members, graduate students, undergraduate students and staff are welcome to participate.
Each person can be the presenter on one poster.
Poster Design and Elements
Main elements of a poster include: title, brief introduction and highlights of the research idea(s), conclusions, methods and results, literature cited, references and acknowledgements. Here is a sample poster design to review.
- Self-explanatory graphics should dominate the poster. A minimum amount of text materials should supplement the graphic materials.
- Print should be readable three to six feet away.
- Use font sizes proportional to importance.
- Be sure to edit and evaluate your content before printing.
- Common dimensions for posters are 24x36, 36x42 and 42x42. Portrait or landscape orientation is acceptable; none of the dimensions should exceed 42".
- No matter what software you design your poster in, adjust the size so it scales and prints well. When saving your final document, be sure to save it as a PDF (if you are having it printed at the Raynor library)
The College will cover the cost of one standard or glossy poster print from Raynor Memorial Library. The College will not cover the cost of a poster that has been printed and/or used for a past conference, poster session, etc.
- Several programs and file formats can be used; however PDF's are the only format submitted to the library (be sure to save your final document as a PDF).
- Please allow at least three (3) business days for printing.
- November 1 is the submission deadline to have your poster printed by the Raynor Library for this event. Please include "A&S Celebration of Research" in the information/notes field at the bottom of the request form.
- Here is a link to the library's page on poster design and printing.
A reminder that the library prints posters in the order received. They cannot rush or push requests to the top of the queue.
Ott Memorial Writing Center
The Ott Memorial Writing Center hosted workshops have passed.
All research display participants area also welcome to sign up for individual appointments if they would like to talk with someone 1-to-1 about their poster.
Event Day Set-Up: Tuesday, November 8
- Please be sure that your poster is ready to present at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 8. The Alumni Memorial Ballrooms will be open for set-up starting at 8:30 a.m. on this day.
- All presenters will be directed to first have a photo taken of you and your research poster before setting up in the ballroom.
- Posters will be either wall-mounted or displayed on easels. Easels and poster boards will be available for use and push pins and tape will be on hand.
- Posters are encouraged even if faculty, students or staff cannot be present for the entire time. We understand that teaching/class/work schedules might conflict.
- College staff will be on hand to assist you.
Event Day Program: 11:30 a.m.
There will be a short program starting at 11:30 a.m.
- Dr. Heidi Bostic, Dean of the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences
- Dr. Michael Lovell, President
- Dr. Kimo Ah Yun, Provost
- Dr. Jeanne Hossenlopp, Vice President for Research and Innovation