Call for Posters: 2018 Climate Action Day at Tulane
On Tuesday, January 30th, Tulane is hosting an event focusing on climate change and actions that will prevent its most devastating effects. The Climate Action Day Poster Session will allow students to highlight their own efforts to address climate change, including research, civic engagement, entrepreneurship, and creative arts. For more information on the day's events visit green.tulane.edu.

-Posters will be displayed in the Lavin-Bernick Center from Monday, January 29-Wednesday, January 31.
- The closing reception on Tuesday, January 30th from 6-7PM will allow students an opportunity to answer questions and engage with attendees on their work.
- Prizes will be awarded for the best poster in the areas of research, civic engagement, entrepreneurship, and creative arts.
- Printing of the accepted posters will be provided.

Eligibility Guidelines:
- Students of all levels may apply (undergraduate, masters, doctorate)
- Faculty and postdoctoral advisers may assist and be credited as coauthors, but the primary author and presenter must be a student.
- Students from all schools and disciplines are encouraged to apply
- Posters should describe an approach to addressing climate change, such as research, civic engagement, entrepreneurship, or artistic project.
- Student organizations and student teams are encouraged to present their work.
Submission Details & Deadlines:
Please complete the form below (including providing an abstract) by Thursday, January 18, 2018. Notice of acceptance and instructions for presenters will be sent no later than Friday, January 19. Print-ready PDF files of accepted posters are due Wednesday, January 24. Suggested poster size is 48” x 36”. Please direct any questions to Liz Pfafflin Hoekstra at epfaffli@tulane.edu.

The Matas Library has a helpful guide to creating research posters at http://libguides.tulane.edu/PostersPresentations Students creating non-research posters may also find their tips and templates helpful.

Title of Poster
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Provide an abstract (350 words or less) describing the research, public service, artistic project, design, education initiative, or civic engagement action that you will present
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Name
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Name and email of any other coauthors or collaborators involved
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