Faculty Research Poster Colloquium
Division of Health Sciences
November 4, 2015 4 to 5 pm
4th Floor Joe Crowley Student Union
You are invited to share and display your current research projects with fellow Division of Health Sciences faculty and the community at the upcoming "Faculty Research Poster Colloquium". At this event, you will be able discuss and share your research interests, meet colleagues from other units and discover possible opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration. In addition, your research will be showcased and displayed to the community following the poster session, during our Distinguished Speaker event, featuring Rebecca Skloot, author of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. This is a community event expecting 500, please register now if you wish to attend. What a great way to participate in community outreach and academic collegiality.
What do I need to do?
- Register for the event. Please register if you plan to submit a poster AND/OR if you just plan on attending the colloquium. Poster registration must be completed online no later than 5 pm on October 28. Don't forget to register for the Skloot event as well, see above.
- Design your poster. Please keep your information concise, with highlights and basic information that is understandable to a lay audience. Please do not re-use a poster from a previous professional meeting as these might be too technical and discipline-focused for the audience(s).
- All posters should be 36w X 24h or 48w X 36h and mounted on a form core board for display on an easel. Printing and mounting is available through @one located at the Mathewson Knowledge Center. See Poster Printing Information and Poster Printing Policy on the library website for more information. Approximate printing and mounting cost is $29 to $48 and requires a 4 day lead time.
- Please have your poster delivered to the 4th Floor, Joe Crowley Student by 3:30 pm on November 4, 2015.
- We encourage you to attend both the poster session and the Distinguished Speaker event even if you are not submitting a poster. This will be a great opportunity to meet and interact with fellow DHS colleagues and see the great research being conducted in numerous disciplines.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the planning committee representative from your unit: