2015 NNIN REU POSTER REQUIREMENTS
IMPORTANT #1: YOUR POSTER MUST BE APPROVED BY YOUR PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR FOR DISPLAY AT THE NNIN REU CONVOCATION.
IMPORTANT #2: YOUR POSTER MUST BE UP TO THREE FEET WIDE AND NO WIDER -- 36 INCHES WIDE! POSTERS CAN BE UP TO FOUR FEET TALL.
IMPORTANT #3: YOU MUST PRINT YOUR POSTER BEFORE ARRIVING AT THE CONVOCATION SITE. The best practice is for your site coordinator to collect them all and FedEx them to the convocation site, so that you donít have to carry yours on the plane.
IMPORTANT #4: 2015 NNIN REU Convocation Poster Advice from Dr. Lynn Rathbun, http://www.cnf.cornell.edu/cnf_reuposteradvice.html
FEDEX POSTERS TO:
NNIN REU Convocation
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Ithaca NY 14853-2700
NNIN REU POSTER RECOMMENDATIONS
1. Your poster must include the NNIN and NSF logos. Download those below.
2. Put your title at the top of the poster in large (at least 1" high) letters. Putting the title at the top means people walking by will be able to see what your research is about even if you are already talking to someone else. (In other words, your body won't block people's view of your title...)
3. Prepare the poster so that an informed viewer can understand what your research is about without talking to you. This is important because you can only talk to a few people at a time and others may be evaluating you from afar to figure out whether or not to come closer.
(BTW, we know all of the above sounds really obvious, but frankly, you'd be amazed at some of the posters we've seen over the years..... ; )
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