Summer Undergraduate Research Poster Session
KU's Summer Poster Session provides a venue for undergraduate students to share the results of their research and creative projects. KU students and students who are visiting the university for the summer to do research with KU faculty are encouraged to share their work!
Online Summer Poster Session
Official Event Dates:
8AM, Wed., July 26- 5PM, Fri., July 28, 2023
This event will remain online for viewing after July 28th throughout the fall 2023 semester.
Registration Deadline was 11:59PM, Wednesday, July 19th
Presentation Submission Deadline was 11:59PM Sunday, July 23rd
For students giving poster presentations (see KU poster templates here) they will submit a PDF of their poster.
- Required: Upload a PDF of poster (must be no more than 10MB in size).
- Upload a YouTube video and paste link of video voice over (2-3 minutes recommended) of presenter describing the work/poster.
- Here is the Poster Presentation Guide that contains additional information.
This will be a public event, so presenters should communicate with their mentor about their presentation before they submit it. If students are presenting research that is proprietary, please consult with us about options for presenting your work.
Presenters are expected to check their presentation at least two times per day during the event to respond to any comments.
- Write a draft of a title and abstract or artist statement of no more than 250 words describing your research/creative scholarship. The title and abstract will be posted online, so be sure to review them carefully. The KU Writing Center website provides tips for writing abstracts.
- Review your title and abstract with your research mentor and make any suggested revisions.
- Please register by 11:59PM, Sunday, July 16th.
- Once you register your presentation, an automated email will be sent to the main presenter/registrant and it will include the presentation submission link.
- Please upload your presentation by 11:59PM on Sunday, July 23rd.
Poster Presentation Basics
Refer to the resources listed below for information and guidance about putting together a poster presentation.
- Prepare a poster describing your research.
- Refer to the Poster Presentation Guide listed below.
- You will create a 2-3 minute poster talk and voiceover for the online event of your presentation explaining your poster. You will generate a link of your video voiceover of your presentation on YouTube and then upload the link of your video to the Symposium by ForagerOne event site via the submission form. You will also upload a PDF of your poster.
Helpful links for preparing a poster presentation: