Appropriate Poster Format
Posters may not exceed 44’ width and 34’ height.
Images and text for your poster should be neatly affixed to the display board. All text on the poster must be at least an 18 pt font size.
For tips on preparing your poster presentation and some suggested layouts, we recommend you explore the Psi Chi Conference Presentation Pages.
Printing Your Poster at GSU
You must format your poster with the following guidelines, or it will not print correctly:
Note: Make sure that you check your poster in print preview to ensure
that it will look how you want. DO NOT rely on how it looks on the
slide design page.
Sign Up to Print Your Poster
Staff supported poster printing will be available October 21, 22 and 23. An online sign-up sheet to sign up for a poster printing time is available at www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054DA5A82FA02-poster2. You may only sign up for one spot per poster you are presenting. Staff will not be in the room to help you post the printer (see directions above), but problems with the poster printer will have priority for IT assistance. If there are problems with the poster printer and you are unable to print it within the time you signed up, e-mail Dr. Tusher for an overflow spot.
Each poster will be assessed on the following five areas (each area has equal weight):
The neuroscience award will be awarded to the poster deemed to be the best poster in the field of neuroscience. To be eligible posters must display the CBN logo in the upper right hand corner, and come from a lab in which the advising faculty member is a CBN member. Each poster will be assessed on the following three areas (each area has equal weight):
The diversity award will be awarded to the poster that best addresses issues of diversity. Addressing issues of diversity can include addressing issues of social justice; group differences such as gender, race/ethnicity/culture, sexual orientation; and other relevant dimensions of diversity. Each poster will be assessed as to whether issues of diversity are being addressed in the theory, methodology, and interpretation of the results (each area has equal weight).
Past Winning Posters