Learning Through Research

Posters on the Hill - Information for Submission

Questions about your Posters on the Hill application?  Please email: Mary Pat Twomey, mptwomey AT cur.org.

Please note: Either the institution or the advisor must have a membership prior to submission to be considered.

1) Contact Information for lead student presenter
a. Full Name
b. Email
c. Phone
d. Voting Address
e. Institution
f. Please note, this individual should be designated as the Primary Contact, and a Presenter on the application.

2) Contact Information for additional student presenters
a. Full Name
b. Email
c. Phone
d. Voting Address
e. Institution
f. Please note, these individuals should be designated as a Presenter on the application.

3) Contact Information and Questions for Advisors
a. Full Name
b. Title
c. Email
d. Phone
e. Address
f. Institution
g. Department
h. Is the student research submitting in the application supported directly or indirectly by federal grant funding?
i. Funding Agency, Program Officer's Name & Email, Grant number
j. Please list additional funding sources which have supported this research, both federal and non-federal.
h. Please note, these individuals should be designated as an Advisor on the application.

4) Applicant Questions for each Student Presenter:
a. Home institution
b. Expected graduation date
c. Anticipated degree
d. Voting address
e. Narrative summary of Resume/CV (limit 250 words)
f. Narrative statement of presentation experience (limit 250 words)
g. Did you receive funding (i.e. stipend or scholarship) to complete this research? If yes, what is that source of funding?
h. Do you receive or have you received a nationally competitive scholarship? (e.g. McNair Scholars/TRiO Support, Goldwater Scholarship, etc.) If yes, please list the name of the scholarship.

5) Congressional District:
a. Congressional District for each student and advisor, for both institution and home addresses. If
you do not know this, please reference this website: https://writerep.house.gov/writerep/welcome.shtml

6) Title of Poster

7) Abstract (limit 250 words) Students are advised that they must submit an abstract that is written for an educated person with no experience in their field of study. The abstract should be written by the student under the guidance of the faculty mentor. Abstracts will appear as submitted in the program, and brand names may not be used.

8) Discipline Significance:  In 1-2 sentences, describe the disciplinary significance or uniqueness of your research.

9) Division for Review (Select: Arts and Humanities, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Geosciences, Health Sciences, Mathematics/Computer Science, Physics/Astronomy, Psychology, and Social Sciences)

10) Institution where research was performed (including address and congressional district)

11) Contact Information for government relations officer
a. Name
b. Email

12) Letter of recommendation written by advisor, on institutional letterhead, saved as pdf or word document.
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Have a question about your submission?  Please check out list of frequently asked questions.