Loyola University Chicago

LUROP

Loyola Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program • Center for Experiential Learning

Poster Presentations

Poster sessions are the largest component of the symposium and feature student research and community engagement projects from across the disciplines. The 2018 symposium will feature two poster sessions with each session lasting 90 minutes in Mundelein Auditorium. Students will be assigned to present in either the morning or afternoon poster session (but not both) and are expected to be present for the full session.

What is a poster presentation?

Poster presentations create a visual display of your research or community engagement project that is appealing, well-organized, and representative of your research or project experience. Posters should start a dialogue with audience and community members. For more information on designing, developing, and printing your poster presentations, check out our workshops below or use the menu to your left.  


Workshops

Visualization Tools: Create Images and Graphics for Poster Presentations

Tuesday, March 27th at 4PM IC 120

This workshop will introduce you to tools you can use to visually display information, as well as strategies for choosing the right type of chart, how to make your graphics visually appealing and more. We’ll cover web-based graphic design and data visualization tools such as Canva and Google Drive. This workshop will be geared towards those presenting in the sciences. Questions may be sent to Terri Artemchik (tartemchik@luc.edu).

RSVP to help us get an estimate of who will be attending the workshop. (RSVPs are encouraged but not required. Feel free to drop by with any questions you might have!)

Thursday, March 29th at 4PM IC 120

This workshop will introduce you to tools you can use to visually display information, as well as strategies for choosing the right type of chart, how to make your graphics visually appealing and more. We’ll cover web-based graphic design and data visualization tools such as Canva and Google Drive. This workshop will be geared towards those presenting in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Questions may be sent to Terri Artemchik (tartemchik@luc.edu).

RSVP to help us get an estimate of who will be attending the workshop. (RSVPs are encouraged but not required. Feel free to drop by with any questions you might have!)