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2014 STEM Poster session
The 2014 STEM Poster session will be held at the Arkansas State Capitol on Wednesday, February 12, 2014. ASU-J is guaranteed three slots and four ranked alternate slots. The ranked alternates will fill remaining slots as space allows.
This STEM Poster session provides an opportunity for undergraduate students from across the state of Arkansas to talk about their scientific work in layman's terms to elected state officials, the media, the general public, as well as other undergraduates and faculty.
Our ASU selections must be submitted for participation no later than noon, Monday, February 3. Therefore, our internal deadline for the 2014 STEM Poster session abstracts is 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, January 29th. Abstracts must be submitted to me via email at email@example.com . A committee will convene the following day to select the participants.
- Abstract should be submitted as a Microsoft Word file using a 12 point Cambria font.
- Abstract should begin with the poster title.
- The title should be followed by the name(s) of the student presenter(s) on a separate line.
- Student name(s) should be followed by the name(s) of the faculty mentor(s) on a separate line.
- Mentor name(s) should be followed by the name(s) of the department(s) and the academic institution(s). Do not include address or city information.
- Following a blank line, write the abstract.
- Abstract is limited to 200 words and should be a non-technical summary of the presentation.
- Following the abstract please include two blank lines and then supply the names, home addresses, and email addresses for the student(s) and the mentor(s). If the students is not an Arkansas resident, please list a local address. This information will not be published in the abstract book; it will be used to inform senators and representatives that they will have constituents at the session. The email addresses will be used to provide additional information to presenters.
Please visit the 2014 STEM Poster session website for more information: https://sites.google.com/site/ar2014stemposters/