Research Day 2015
Celebrate student research at UAF at the 8th annual Research Day on Tuesday, April 28, 2015.
10 am to 3:30 pm Undergraduate Poster Session in the Wood Center Multi-level Lounge
3:30 pm Reception
4:00 pm Awards and poster participant recognition
Research Day is sponsored by URSA.
Register now to present a poster! Details below.
Research Day posters can now be accessed at ScholarWorks @ UA -- the University Institutional Repository. Enter "Research Day" into the search field, and view collections of many of the posters presented at past Research Days.
All UAF undergraduate students are invited to present their projects on Research Day. See registration details below. Research posters and presentations of creative projects are welcome from every academic discipline. Posters will be displayed in the Wood Center for the entire day. Presenters are eligible to win First place award of $2,000, second place award of $1,500 and third place award of $500 as well as several $250 Dean's Choice awards.
To present your project at Research Day, please register here.
For projects with multiple authors or collaborators, only the primary author should submit the registration form. Registration deadline is April 21, 2015. Register early! Presenters who registered by April 10 should submit their pdf posters to email@example.com by April 17 to receive free poster printing.
Create a Poster
Your first choice for help with creating your poster/presentation should be your faculty mentor. Posters are usually created in MS Powerpoint and converted to Adobe pdf for printing. Stop by 301 Bunnell to see a variety of poster styles displayed in the hallway. Sample posters can be downloaded here and here. Finished posters are usually 2 x 3 feet or 3 x 4 feet in size, either portrait or landscape. Posters with dark backgrounds are more expensive to print than posters with light backgrounds.
There are numerous poster templates available online for free. Here are some of the many examples available:
Graduate and Post-Doctoral Students
Due to space constraints, we cannot accommodate graduate and post-doctoral posters on Research Day.