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NCUR 30 Poster Sessions

 

Poster Presentation Guidelines

Nine poster sessions will take place over all three days of the conference in in the Student Recreation Center (SRC). Poster presentations are paper displays only and may not include exhibits of models or other objects and may not involve computer or tablet devices. Nor are any other electronic devices part of a poster presentation. See the photograph below for a visual on the poster kiosk.

 

Please prepare your poster ahead of time and bring it with you to the conference. We regret that we cannot accept any posters mailed in advance as we do not have storage. Contact your hotel about holding materials shipped or mailed prior to your arrival. Regardless, be sure to have a back-up copy of your poster with you and/or stored on the cloud to access just in case of loss or damage. We will have a special Poster ER available for anyone who needs to reprint a poster that has been damaged in shipping or traveling.  

 


Hanging and Presenting Your Poster

 
  • Each presenter is assigned one side -- measuring   46"w x40"h -- of a freestanding fabric display board.

  • Posters should measure 42”wide x 36” tall. Please choose font style and size for the poster to be readable from at least three feet away.

  • Posters will be hung with velcro only. Velcro dots will be supplied. Pins, clips, or any other method for hanging posters will not be allowed.

  • Presenters should arrive at least 15 minutes before their presentation time to find their assigned location and hang their posters.  

  • Presenters should be available to discuss their displays during their assigned session and remain at their poster the entire time.

  • Posters will be taken down immediately following the assigned session.

  • NCUR reserves the right to cancel a presenter’s poster session if the above requirements are not met.

 

 

 

 

 

Professional Courtesy


NCUR offers an opportunity for participants to observe, learn, and practice professional etiquette common to all disciplines. Presenters should remain with their posters for the entire session and be ready to present and respond to questions from spectators who will be making their way around the session.