SCIENCE TALK '20 Poster Proposal Form
Do you have engaging science communication projects, research, or best-practices you'd like to share? Here’s your chance to share your creativity AND expertise with other science communication practitioners, facilitators, and professionals. Please read the Information for Posters before making your submission.
At SCIENCE TALK '20 “building bridges” is key. We are now accepting poster proposals for SCIENCE TALK '20, March 26–27 in Portland, Oregon.
The deadline to submit poster proposals is November 30, 2019 at 11:59pm.
Be sure to read the Information for Posters FAQ (
) and then enter your email below to get started with your submission. If your poster proposal has more than one author, please enter the email of the primary author or your group's contact person to get started with your submission.
Unless otherwise stated, the information you share in this section (Presenter Information) will not be made available for public viewing. It is intended for the conference organizers only. If your poster has more than one author, please provide the personal information of the primary author or your group's contact person.
The name you provide may be shared publicly via on social medial, the conference website, or in other conference-related materials.
City, State, and Postal (ZIP) code
Information Technology and Services
Marketing and Advertising
Professional Training and Coaching
Public Relations and Communication
Writing and Editing
Have you attended SCIENCE TALK before?
Have you presented at SCIENCE TALK before?
We are really excited to hear about your poster! Information you share in this section (Poster Information) may be shared publicly via on social medial, the conference website, or in other conference-related materials.
50 character limit
If your poster has more than one author, be sure to include their names in your short summary. 250 character limit.
Who is your intended audience?
Someone who has an interest in science communication
Novice science communicator
Professional science communicator
The SCIENCE TALK '20 theme is “Building Bridges” - please think about how your presentation will fit into this theme. The poster and art session will be in the Crystal Ballroom at the end of the first day of the conference as part of the evening social event.
Whether or not artists can sell their artwork this year has not yet been decided by the Program Committee. We anticipate that we'll accommodate selling of items for a small fee, and we’ll offer a separate opportunity for vendors who only want to sell items but NOT attend the conference.
All poster and art presenters MUST REGISTER for the conference.
Contact info for questions:
By clicking submit, I confirm that my proposal is complete, and that I understand that it may be made publicly available for consideration by the SCIENCE TALK community during the proposal voting period. I also understand that any personal information entered into this form will not be made public, but be used by SCIENCE TALK for review and contact purposes. Finally, I understand that SCIENCE TALK will ultimately make all programming determinations, and if my proposal is chosen I will act in a timely and helpful manner to ensure a successful session.
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