Size Poster size varies as this can depend on the amount of event space and the type of display.
Poster size should be given in the event guidelines; if not, ask.
Presenting work at conferences can give students the opportunity to develop their work beyond what is required for a class. All undergraduate students who have completed or are currently working on a research project are encouraged to apply.
It can also give them the opportunity of learning from and networking with other scholars, and responding to the ideas of other scholars about their own work. Other On-Campus Conferences College of Health Professions Research Forum STEM Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) Philosophy Department's Annual Student Symposium 10th Annual International Research Conference for Graduate Students Wi SE Conference There are many opportunities for students of all majors to present their research at conferences around the United States and the world.
Avoid using wallpaper as a background; at the very least the images can be distracting and tend to draw the reader's eye away from the content; at worst, text may be unreadable when placed over the wallpaper's images.
If you can't live without that wallpaper background, put your text on a solid, light color block.
The visual elements are important as they not only attract the reader to the poster but also present information in an easily understood format.
The rule of thumb for posters - less text, more pictures.
A quota of 600 pages per semester for printing on laser printers in college labs is established for each college computing account.
The quota is reset to 600 pages at the beginning of each semester.