Presenting your research
At GPSA Research Exposition
When exhibiting on event day, you must be at your poster during a designated time to be judged. You will be notified in February of your assigned judging time.
Reviewers will evaluate your poster and presentation using the 2020 GPSA Research Exposition Poster Grading Rubric.
Poster specifications and production
If you are making a poster specifically for this event, limit the size to 48” x 48”.
If you already have a poster that was displayed at professional meetings during the past calendar year, you may use the same poster regardless of its size.
Please indicate poster size on the submission form so the committee can allow adequate space.
On campus you’ll find two inexpensive printing options:
- Design and Printing Services: 509-335-3518
- Biomedical Communications Unit (BCU): 509-335-2624 (located in the College of Veterinary Medicine)
Other presentation formats
Music and theater
Musical and/or theatrical presentations will be accepted in either CD or DVD format. Please provide headphones to help viewers hear the presentation. Visuals from theatrical presentations may include drawings, costumes, programs, etc.
Space will be available for tabletop displays or presentation formats other than a display board. Please indicate your needs on the submission form and provide detailed information in the comment field.
You must set up your exhibit between 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on Wed., March 25, unless you have made previous special arrangements.
If you work outside of the Pullman area and plan to arrive in Pullman on the day of the event, please call 509-335-6674 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for an alternative setup time.
Thursday, March 26, 2020
GPSA Research Exposition: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Academic Showcase: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
M.G. Carey Senior Ballroom, Compton Union Building
Exhibits are open to the public.
Pre-assigned exhibit space
Display space is pre-assigned for all exhibitors.
Posters are to be mounted on display boards provided at the event. Heavy-duty tacks are supplied. It is your responsibility as a presenter to provide any other mounting supplies that you may need.
Depending on the size of your poster, you may share a display board with another presenter.
If your work lends itself to a display format other than a poster, the Academic Showcase committee encourages you to use an alternative presentation format.
On the submission form, indicate special space and/or supplies that you may need (electricity, tables, easels, etc.). The Academic Showcase Committee cannot provide equipment for your presentation (e.g., computers, projectors, CD players, DVD players, screens, etc.).
If your presentation uses a DVD or CD, please provide headphones so that attendees may easily hear the presentation.
On-campus parking is available near the event location.
Exhibits must remain up until noon on event day.
You are responsible for removing all of your presentation and mounting materials between noon and 1:00 p.m. on Thurs., March 26. Event organizers are not responsible for any materials left after that time.