Registration Instructions
University of Pittsburgh at  Johnstown
Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities
2003
Deadline for Registration Material:
5PM Wednesday, April 2, 2003

Contents:


  • Instructions for Poster Presentations:
    1. You will be provided with a 40" by 60" poster board and push pins.
    2. The posters will be displayed in Heritage Hall for the entire symposium (1:00 to 5:00 PM). All posters must be up by 1PM. The room will be open after 9 AM for you to set up your poster. This will not take more than 30 minutes; do it at your convenience.
    3. Be sure to note other special needs on the registration form.
    4. You may remove your poster materials after 5:00 PM Wednesday afternoon.
    5. For class projects: your professor may want to "grade" your presentation. You will be scheduled to be at your poster accordingly.
    6. Need help organizing your poster?
  • Instructions for Oral Presentations:
    1. There are two times scheduled for talks (1:15 to 2:15 and 3:45 to 4:45).
    2. You will be allotted 15 minutes; plan on 12 minutes for your presentation and 3 minutes for the introduction and questions.
    3. Both rooms will be equipped with an overhead projector and screen, lavaliere mike and laser pointer. If you need other AV equipment, please indicate on the registration form and it will be provided.

    4. For class projects: your professor may want to "grade" your presentation. Your talk will be scheduled accordingly.

    If you plan to grade posters or oral presentations for class projects please indicate a preferred time on the Registration Form so that we can schedule the students accordingly. Also, please tell the students you plan to visit the posters for "grading" at the specific time. Many students will be presenting multiple posters and possibly presenting oral talks as well (for two or more classes and/or research). Likewise, several faculty will be "grading" class posters. We appreciate your cooperation in this aspect of the scheduling.
      1. If your students have special needs for their poster presentations (e.g. tables for rock samples), they should indicate them on the registration form. If you know of additional needs, please indicate them on the registration form.
      2. Rooms for oral talks will be equipped with an overhead projector and screen, lavaliere mike and laser pointer. If your students will need other AV equipment, please indicate them on the registration form and it will be provided.
      3. Please be present during your studentsí research talks in order to field tough questions.


     
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