This page contains some guidance and tips on three modes of disseminating your work at SCSU student conferences: oral presentations, roundtable discussions, and posters. Further help is available from the offices listed.
If you plan on presenting a poster at either the Undergraduate or Graduate Conference, here are a few poster examples and templates to best format and display your research information:
- Poster size requirements: Poster dimensions must not exceed 4’ x 3’ (48”x36”). If using the Poster & Printing Services at the Buley Library, please refer to their sizes and pricing.
- Poster templates:
- Library Learning Resources Center: Read poster printing deadlines or view tips and resources.
If you plan on presenting your research during a roundtable discussion at either the Undergraduate or Graduate Conference, here are a few suggestions to best exhibit your research information:
If you plan on orally presenting your research at either the Undergraduate or Graduate Conference, here are a few notes to best present your research information:
- Presentations should be no longer than 10-15 minutes – Q&A is included in this 15 min. time period.
- If you have a slide for an oral presentation, you must make it accessible as a Microsoft PowerPoint slide in a CLOUD storage platform (preferably your SCSU OneDrive account).
- View tips for giving an oral presentation (pdf).
Department and Office Resources
To make the most out of your experience here at Southern, there are a variety of departments and offices available to you. Here are a few departments/offices that you might find helpful during the duration of your research:
#ShowOffYourResearch - Social Media
To stay up-to-date with submission and registration dates and deadlines, important opportunities, and even upcoming events, make sure to follow these social media handles and use the #ShowOffYourResearch hashtag when attending either conference.