How to design & present an undergraduate research poster
Ever wonder how to make your data tell a story? An effective research poster offers a visual summary of your data and will help you engage with your audience. Learn how to design and present a poster, and how to avoid the common pitfalls and barriers to effective communication.

This session is ideal for students who have never created a research poster before, and have never attended a previous URI session on poster design. It is open to all undergraduate students and is appropriate for students from any discipline.

Can't make it at this times? URI is also offering a half day "Posters, Presentations & Publications workshop during Fall Reading Week: http://www.uri.ualberta.ca/ShareYourResearch.aspx

Tuesday, October 10
12:35-1:20 p.m.
Location: 1-031 CCIS (CCIS Career Centre)


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